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    Hi, so i've got conditional offers from both universities each offering the same grade requirements but I can't decide which I would rather study at.

    Even after attending open days at both I am really struggling to make a decision as I love them both. Furthermore the league tables for the course at each university don't seem to differentiate the two courses at all. However from what I saw on my interview day, would I be right in thinking the facilities at Birmingham are better? Also when in Birmingham I didn't really get a good look around the city so i'm interested in what people think of the city itself?

    Also any advice from anyone who has studied at either of the universities and what they liked and disliked about them would be especially useful.
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    (Original post by connorhindley)
    Hi, so i've got conditional offers from both universities each offering the same grade requirements but I can't decide which I would rather study at.

    Even after attending open days at both I am really struggling to make a decision as I love them both. Furthermore the league tables for the course at each university don't seem to differentiate the two courses at all. However from what I saw on my interview day, would I be right in thinking the facilities at Birmingham are better? Also when in Birmingham I didn't really get a good look around the city so i'm interested in what people think of the city itself?

    Also any advice from anyone who has studied at either of the universities and what they liked and disliked about them would be especially useful.
    Cheers
    I went to Newcastle and like it. I think I will miss my offer,therefore I have to reject it.what's yours? I'm devastated and annoyed as i really liked it.
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    I applied for the masters with a placement which they offered AAA and the bachelors as an option for a back up which they offered AAB, that's a shame to hear pal what was it you liked about Newcastle?
 
 
 
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