Hi im in my second year of my a levels and have received all of my offers from my university's. For people studying economics at uni , would the difficulty of the degree vary depending on the uni you go to. obviously if you go LSE it would make a difference , but would there be much difference between for instance east Anglia (UEA) and york .
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Diffucluty of degree , depending on uni watch
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- 23-01-2015 21:41
- 27-01-2015 21:40
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