Okay, I'm confused. And this might be the wrong place to post this.
Anyways. I'm really confused as to pick up Law at Birmingham/Warwick (offers at both) or take a gap year and reapply to the LSE for Government and Social Policy. They only ask for ABB (and C at GCSE Maths) and I know people with no As at GCSE and AS and Ds at GCSE and AS who got in...so I'll be a likely candidate, but is it worth it?
I'm really interested in both Law and Politics. I've been warned that the UK LLB is dry and unrewarding. Also, the LSE has such a fantastic repuation. I understand that both Birmingham and Warwick are top as well, but the LSE has a Wow factor only surpassed by Oxbridge in the UK. In some places, it's almost equal.
My question is, what is more prestigious and respected? Russel group Law or LSE Gov and Social Policy?
Which one has better career prospects?
Would you reapply?
Loughborough at number one