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    Not sure which one to pick!
    I definitely don't want to do law as a profession, although the unis reputations are close together in law, they are very different overall so will that make a huge difference?
    ive heard Warwick's night life is not too good so im a bit cautious!
    Any thoughts??
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    (Original post by Sourcream)
    Not sure which one to pick!
    I definitely don't want to do law as a profession, although the unis reputations are close together in law, they are very different overall so will that make a huge difference?
    ive heard Warwick's night life is not too good so im a bit cautious!
    Any thoughts??
    Check out the individual uni forums if you want to get a feel for what student life is like there.
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    WARWICK FTW - it just has a better reputation, I think employers will look at it more favourably. Been to the uni as well, nice atmosphere on campus, dead outside tbh, but students travel down to Birmingham for it is relatively close now and again, so you'd have the best of both worlds
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    definately warwick one of the best overall in the country so better cahnces of getting top end jobs.. besides what do u want a good night life for?? all u wud wanna be doing is largely studying besides even if u want a good night-life birmigham is only 15 mins away by train
 
 
 
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