PinkPigeon: come to Leeds. Where the **** is Warwick? I mean, who thinks of it as a "music" city, you know? It doesn't have a rep for being anything special musically, unlike Leeds, and with uni, where you are in terms of the city itself is as important (if not more so) than the course and the uni itself, since you'll be living there for at least 3 years of your life. Leeds is part of the Russel group which is prestigious, and it does well in the tables for English. At the end of the day, remember that you're coming here not just to get a degree for a job, but to enjoy yourself and have good experiences, and I think you'll have better ones up in Leeds, at least related to the music scene. Leeds has a lot of underground music zines you could get involved with and the student newspaper wins tons of awards and had a good music section, so there'd be plenty to get involved with. What looks more appealing to potential employers isn't so much a degree in Journalism as it is practical experience in working on a real paper or magazine, and you can definitely get that here.