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I've got 2 identical offers for History BA from Kent and Sussex and I'm undecided between the two. Any help?
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I've got 2 identical offers for History BA from Kent and Sussex and I'm undecided between the two. Any help?
Trumpets play
men from Sussex, Sussex by the Sea.
We plough and sow and reap and mow,
And useful men are we;
And when you go to Sussex, whoever you may be,
You may tell them all that we stand or fall
For Sussex by the Sea!

Refrain
Oh Sussex, Sussex by the Sea!
Good old Sussex by the Sea!
You may tell them all we stand or fall,
For Sussex by the Sea.

Yeah pick Sussex
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I've got 2 identical offers for History BA from Kent and Sussex and I'm undecided between the two. Any help?
Both are good Universities, I did History at Kent for my undergraduate degree and the course and campus were fantastic - best 3 years of my life.

Go visit both of them and make your decision based on that, usually you'll just 'know' where you want to go once you get a feel of the campus and the area. Also, have a look at the modules both courses offer, being able to do the modules you are actually interested in means a lot when you're studying History.
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Had a look at both courses & wouldn't mind doing either. I also went to both open days. Kent had far better sporting facilities, but Brighton seems more appealing than Canterbury. Hard decision!
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Had a look at both courses & wouldn't mind doing either. I also went to both open days. Kent had far better sporting facilities, but Brighton seems more appealing than Canterbury. Hard decision!
Might be worth thinking about what you want to specialise in as well and what professors there are to help you with that!

Have a look into the societies/social life the each have to offer and research a bit more about the cities! Also, worth weighing up the on-campus facilities as they are both campus based Universities and you'd probably be spending most of your first year on campus rather than in town. Canterbury is a really nice city to live in, but so is Brighton! Kent Sport is amazing and the gym (in comparison to other Universities) isn't too expensive either!
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