Which University is the best for history (UCL, U of Warwick, Kings, Soas) Watch

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I'm so confused ! I don't know which one I should go for, I have applied for all. For U of Warwick I have recieved an offer for History and Politics.
which university has the best and consistent department for both History and Politics?
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(Original post by AcuraIntergurl)
I'm so confused ! I don't know which one I should go for, I have applied for all. For U of Warwick I have recieved an offer for History and Politics.
which university has the best and consistent department for both History and Politics?
As far as I know all are good, though SOAS obviously specialise in certain parts of the world. Presumably you are happy with this or would not have applied?

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As far as I know all are good, though SOAS obviously specialise in certain parts of the world. Presumably you are happy with this or would not have applied?

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Yeah, Soas's degree structure appealed to me the most but the worrying thing is the fact it is not as well respected as the rest. The modules are awesome and unconventional - I've always longed to learn more of African History and Politics which hasn't got the usual 'slavery, corruption and colonisation' sentiment to it.
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The uni with the best reputation for History is probably Warwick, but go wherever you'd be happiest, I'd suggest. All are pretty strong though.
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If you prefer the SOAS modules then go there. SOAS is hardly London Metropolitan, it is a very well respected institution. The truth is there is no 'best' uni for history, each department will offer different things. Follow your interests.

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The uni with the best reputation for History is probably Warwick, but go wherever you'd be happiest, I'd suggest. All are pretty strong though.
:giggle::laugh::lol::rofl::nah::no: Presumably you're a Warwick student?
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If you prefer the SOAS modules then go there. SOAS is hardly London Metropolitan, it is a very well respected institution. The truth is there is no 'best' uni for history, each department will offer different things. Follow your interests.



:giggle::laugh::lol::rofl::nah::no: Presumably you're a Warwick student?
Nope, guess again. Perhaps I should've phrased it better - Warwick is not the best university in the country for History; what I meant was out of the universities OP listed, Warwick has probably got the best reputation for History. It's very close though as all of those stated are good institutions.
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