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    University College Utrecht for Maths in 2013. I've got A*AA for maths, further maths and physics.

    In their website they talk about having a lot of extra curriculars i think. Will not having much be a problem?

    Is this a good idea? Or is it better to just go to Bath this september?

    Also i'm an international student
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    It depends, would you like that 'liberal arts and sciences' approach? In that case UCU would be a great choice for you. You do not do 'straight' Maths there; you take a broad set of modules, in different areas of science and humanities, but you can tailor your choices to your interests. This means that you might be able to take quite some maths modules but not exclusively. If that is what you like, go for it!

    However if you have an offer for Bath, and you are confident you want to study straight Maths, then I would personally just go for Bath.
 
 
 

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