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After Oxford and Cambridge, which are the most difficult universities to get in to?
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hmmmmmmmmm Warwick is the only which comes to my head...

may be St Andrews as well
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All of the top 10/15 are pretty difficult to get into. Check out the league tables online they will give you this information

http://education.guardian.co.uk/universityguide
http://www.universityoptions.co.uk/parents/1/1.asp
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/section/0,,3501,00.html
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LSE is pretty bad I think, though I expect which university is toughest depends on the course you choose to some extent.
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Durham has very tight admissions procedures for History and Law
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(Original post by Nissa)
After Oxford and Cambridge, which are the most difficult universities to get in to?
nottingham in terms of apps per place definetly
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if you are applying for veterinary medicine - any university that offers that course...there are usually 1400+ applicants for around 70-80 places.
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LSE is the hardest uni to get into after Oxbridge
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(Original post by claire1985)
Durham has very tight admissions procedures for History and Law
Yes I agree with that. Also I think English too.
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(Original post by katini)
Yes I agree with that. Also I think English too.
Ooh yeah, i forgot about that. I think Geography is similar too
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(Original post by viviki)
All of the top 10/15 are pretty difficult to get into. Check out the league tables online they will give you this information

http://education.guardian.co.uk/universityguide
http://www.universityoptions.co.uk/parents/1/1.asp
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/section/0,,3501,00.html
Hey, do you know of any other league tables? Thanks if you do!
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lse lse lse lse lse oh n gay on lse!!!!!! :mad: to u, u bad bad people for rejecting me !!!!!!!
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all the psychology courses at top unis like durham, st andrews, york and nottingham seem really hard to get into.
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I'd say LSE without a doubt, as being the "toughest" to get into generally in terms of applicant/place ratios. For the Law with French Law it's something like 4.8 per cent!! :eek:
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Leeds is tough, purely because it's one of the most popular universities among students. They rejected me
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I'd say LSE without a doubt, as being the "toughest" to get into generally in terms of applicant/place ratios. For the Law with French Law it's something like 4.8 per cent!! :eek:
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I'd say Nottingham....cos almost everyone applies there!!!

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(Original post by Nissa)
After Oxford and Cambridge, which are the most difficult universities to get in to?

LSE
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after the announcement of increased tuition fees, applications have really dropped!! Therefore you may find places will get more and more easy to get into... who knows!!!!!
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LSE for brits, for international students it seems quite easy... we get lower offers.
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