UCLsop Vs. Bath

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    Hi guys,

    I know a lot of these, "A or B" threads have been started but I am seriously frustrated and can't decide. My gut tells me to go for UCL purely because it's in london and I don't like campus in my own opinion. However Bath is a better school for Pharmacy ranking wise and teaching quality(?) and its cheaper to live there than london obviously. But UCL is well...UCL, world reputation and all that bullcrap.

    I cant decideeee!!!! Help? Anyone?

    UCL offer - AAB (in any order)
    Bath offer - AAB (A must be in Chemistry)


    probably depends if you want to know about pharmacy or become an investment banker - should be pretty obvious once you have figured that out.

    They are both really good for pharmacy, league tables change every year so I don't see how that's too important. I would personally go to the city/uni I would prefer to live in.


    Reputation and what uni you went to doesn't matter a jot if you're doing anything other than Industry work. I go to Bath uni doing pharmacy and it is a really, really good course and one of the best courses in the country. Just go to whichever city you like more, Bath has a really nice campus too!
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