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    Recently, I have got 4 conditional offers from Leeds, Notttingham, Swansea and Loughborough.

    Which one should I choose?

    I would be grateful if someone could give me suggestion or analysis.
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    Recently, I have got 4 conditional offers from Leeds, Notttingham, Swansea and Loughborough.

    Which one should I choose?

    I would be grateful if someone could give me suggestion or analysis.
    Hi lucas0

    Well out of those 4 I'd say Loughborough, but then I'm probably being a bit biased!

    It's difficult for anyone to say which you should choose because it depends what you want out of your time at uni and what sort of place you want to spend the next few years of your life.

    You need to look at what each uni offers you in relation to the course, the facilities (for both the course and in general for leisure time/ extra curricular activities), the support for international students, employability stats and things like that.

    Might be worth making a tick list and comparing all the points that are important to you.

    For instance, if you main criteria was that you really wanted to be by the sea, the only place to choose out of those 4 is Swansea. If you wanted a single-site campus uni - you'd choose Loughborough, for a big-city environment it'd be Leeds.

    There are lots of things to consider, but if you do your research, figure out what you want out of the next 3-5 years, you should then be able to make a more informed decision.

    Have a look at TSR Connect too - you might find some people to chat to from the different unis for first hand experiences.

    Hope this helps a bit - if you want any more info about Loughborough, let me know (and post on the Loughborough Uni forum.)

    Vicky
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    Thank you so much!!
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    You're welcome!
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