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    hi everyone, thank you in advance for reading this post i would be forever grateful for any opinions, here goes:
    leicester or brunel for politics?
    in terms of reputation and job prospects which one would you recommend
    i am really confused and need to make a decision asap so i can start filling out forms

    any ideas?:confused:
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    I may be biased but come to Leicester, I think it beats Brunel in most areas, research and teaching and the Uni is great, the halls are amongst the nicest in the country and the student support is ace. I'm not too sure about the standing of the politics department in the country but i cant would imagine it would be pretty good the facilities for students in my department (history) are excellent. It will be cheaper to live then Brunel too and i think a generally nicer area. Good luck on wherever you go though

    edit: feel free to PM me if youve got any more specific questions
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    Check out the times online guide there is a whole section for politics!
 
 
 
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