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    I've received a conditional from Leeds and an unconditional from Birmingham. I really loved both unis, but loved Leeds that tiny bit more- I need three a's to get in there, which I got at as level, and aab for Birmingham. Did anyone accept an unconditional and then regret it? And have either got a better/worst reputation or course?
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    If you are confident in your ability to get 3 As, go with your instinct on which you prefer. Consider which city you would prefer in the long run and have a look at 3rd year modules as they often vary between unis


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    Both are excellent and there's nothing to choose between them. Go and have a look and see which you prefer and do not be swayed by an unconditional offer into going somewhere you don't like. It's a marketing ploy on the part of the university, and it's not designed to help you more than them.
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    (Original post by smiley_reptiley)
    I've received a conditional from Leeds and an unconditional from Birmingham. I really loved both unis, but loved Leeds that tiny bit more- I need three a's to get in there, which I got at as level, and aab for Birmingham. Did anyone accept an unconditional and then regret it? And have either got a better/worst reputation or course?
    which graduates get paid more after graduate from each uni? leeds/bham
    '' '' opportunities to go into lucrative careers/ what's the employment like after 6 months? just some of the questions you should ask yourself
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    (Original post by sdvds)
    which graduates get paid more after graduate from each uni? leeds/bham
    '' '' opportunities to go into lucrative careers/ what's the employment like after 6 months? just some of the questions you should ask yourself
    I just checked unistats, overall it seems to suggest that Leeds students tend to have a higher average salary after six months and are generally more successful- Leeds students average salary is £18,000, while for Bham it's £15,000. They seem roughly around the same place in terms of course satisfaction, although slightly moreso Leeds than Birmingham. Likewise with the sudents union. I think I'm mainly considering now going to Bham out of fear that I won't get the grades for Leeds, and I want to play it safe, and I'm not sure if that's a good or a bad thing.
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    (Original post by smiley_reptiley)
    I just checked unistats, overall it seems to suggest that Leeds students tend to have a higher average salary after six months and are generally more successful- Leeds students average salary is £18,000, while for Bham it's £15,000. They seem roughly around the same place in terms of course satisfaction, although slightly moreso Leeds than Birmingham. Likewise with the sudents union. I think I'm mainly considering now going to Bham out of fear that I won't get the grades for Leeds, and I want to play it safe, and I'm not sure if that's a good or a bad thing.
    check which uni.com

    whatuni.com
    and if leeds has more salary then bham Go and stop stressing enjoy ur limited life span
 
 
 
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