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Got all 6 offers, but even though I should be lucky to have six offers, I have realised it has made deciding which Uni to put down as Firm and Insurance harder, and more confusing. Below are my offers:

Aston: Business and Management - ABB
Birmingham: International Business With Language - ABB
Loughborough: Banking, Finance and Management - ABB
Oxford Brookes: Business and Management - BBC
Bradford: Business and Management - CCC
De Montfort: Management and Marketing - CCC

So, which of the above would you put as your firm, and as your insurance?

All contributions/views/info much appreciated..
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My brother does Management Sciences at Lboro and LOVES it, if thats any help.
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come birmingham with me :- )
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choose your firm as the one you really want to go to and the one you know you can make the grade.i'd choose university of birmingham but that's because i like birmingham and the uni so much.for your insurance maybe you choose one that you definately know you'll beat their offer.like the uni you've picked with the lower grade offers like Oxford Brookes or the other one after it.at least you know they'll have spaces for you because not so many people apply to them (but then that depends on the course and the uni).try going to the unis and checking it out and then decide.
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I'd listen to what PQ said, all the universities are pretty good, so don't worry too much about league tables and reputation and go for the university YOU like the most. If possible go visit all the unis and areas before you decide, and find out more about the different courses, how much is coursework and exams, if you need to do many presentations. What the accomodations like and so on. Only you can make the decision I'm afraid =D
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what are your grades/predicted?
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(Original post by -x-buttercup-x-)
I'd listen to what PQ said, all the universities are pretty good, so don't worry too much about league tables and reputation and go for the university YOU like the most. If possible go visit all the unis and areas before you decide, and find out more about the different courses, how much is coursework and exams, if you need to do many presentations. What the accomodations like and so on. Only you can make the decision I'm afraid =D
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Brum and Oxford Brookes.
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A very naive person, or one not sufficienly exposed to all those universities, will probably tell you Birmingham, but make sure you choose a university that you truly love, taking into account PQ's suggestions.
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