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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.

    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.
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    (Original post by Silverfishy)
    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.

    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.
    in terms of reputation and league tables I suspect kent and royal Holloway would be the best.try visiting as kent is in a small city and then make your decision
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    Looking at the course content/modules offered at each uni is a good way to decide (if you haven't done this already), as there might be something offered that you don't like the look of or would really love to study.
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