Aston vs Royal hollaway. Business course. Watch

ApeGeneral
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Actually, I have made a firm offer of Aston's Business Administration courses, but i'm planning to go for the management course in Royal hollaway through clearing. If there is a choice for me, should i reject the firm offer from aston and choose royal?
Royal seems to have good reputation as that's a london uni. however, aston have a high ranking of business studies...... which is better!?!?!?
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For Business, Aston. A friend of mine is doing English at Royal Holloway and loves the place, and she has enjoyed every second. I cannot comment on the social aspect, but if you're basing your decision on the course, Aston's is better. I believe they have a better post-course employment rate and the Business School has a good reputation.
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How about the other factors? e.g) social life, accomodation....etc.
I would like to know more about both uni.....thanks.
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I think that Aston social life is really good (alright i havent been on a royal night out) but royal dosent really have any good clubs in its area, you have to go to the towns to find the different clubs.
But still, it does seem that both univeristies have alright internal social, such as the SU (and the guild in aston)

You need more info, so i suggest you should start a topic in the unis pages on this forum
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Go to the Aston sub-forum, we've got everything you need to know in there! There's threads on accommodation and socities and just the general lifestyle

And yes, Aston has one of the best Business schools in the country.
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