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    Hello people of TSR!
    In november, right before break I sent out my UCAS application and hoped for the best. I was lucky enough to get replies really quickly and got offers from all five of my choices. All of the offers I got are completely in my range so I'm not worried about that..
    I received offers for the following courses:
    • Marketing Management from University of Westminster
    • Marketing from Bournemouth University
    • Management with Marketing from Royal Holloway
    • Marketing Management from University of Brighton
    • Marketing from the University of Kent

    All of these are sandwich courses/year in industry.
    My top 3 are Kent, Brighton and Royal Holloway - in no particular order.
    I've visited the RH and Brighton campuses in the autumn and will visit them again over a break I have in February, along with Kent this time.
    My problem is that I really don't know what to chose, I see pros/cons in all three of these unis and they all have something which appeals to me and I'd see myself studying at each. :confused:

    Any advice is going to be greatly appreciated, wether its about reputation or personal experience I'll take it.

    Thank you!

    P.s. sorry if some things I said sound a little off, english isn't my first language.

    I would guess that Royal Holloway is the most prestigious if that means anything to you.

    (Original post by Okorange)
    I would guess that Royal Holloway is the most prestigious if that means anything to you.
    I agree! I vote for Royal Holloway
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