Manchester VS BristolWatch
You need to look at the COURSE at each Uni because it won't be the same syllabus. Look at all the options within each offering and decide which you prefer.
If you haven't been to an Open Day, you should either plan to go on one at each place before you decide.
General advice about making choices here : http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...urance_choices
I don't know which one to pick!
I have an offer at Biomedical Sciences form Manchester and Cellular and Molecular Medicine at Bristol.
Arhhhjghhh so hard! :'(
I got offers from the University of Manchester and Bristol and I am struggling in choosing which uni should I make my firm. Can someone help me ?
-size of city?
-location in UK?
Also, sure you know, but REF recent govt review of universities subject by subject is worth looking at in relation to research excellence-it is one good way of seeing how good both universities are (research wise) for the particular course you are planning to study. What course are you considering?
If you just google REF you will find it. Just has a quick look for Kings college and they score very highly for Biomedical research
Hello, I'm thinking apply Biomedical Science at Manchester or King's College London, or apply Cancer Biology and Immunology at Bristol. One of them, but I don't know which one to pick. I don't mind the location but the reputation and academic skills. Which one is more better?? Thank you
I'm also trying to decide between Manchester and Bristol for BSc Computer Science. Comparing the courses, I feel happy with either, it's just that Bristol has a slightly typical entry requirements than Manchester. I'm also planning to visit both for visit days/interviews next week, but I was just wondering in terms of the university and the city, which you guys prefer? Which city had better architecture (yeah, I'm into that) or more things to do? Better shopping centres? Cafes, bars, etc?
I can't comment for Bristol but the food/clubs/bars in Manchester are great too. And the Uni is in a nice location. Also I'm not the biggest fan of buses but Manchester probably has the 2nd best tram system in the UK (after London) so I'll probably miss that when I move away.
I'm moving away from Manchester merely because I've spent 18 years of my life here and want something new. I'm looking forward the the intimacy of Bristol and, being unbiased, I did prefer the environment when I visited Bristol.
You won't go wrong with any of them.