I am looking at these three unis mostly, and I am not sure which course to pick.
I would love to do ppe, though St. Andrews is a brill university from what I have heard and I don't want to leave it out.
Is St Andrews really much better than the other two academically. Do St Andrews students get bored in such a small uni for 4 years? (Is it worth it) What is the student experience like there compared to Warwick and York?
Btw I'm not particularly in the market for a heavy clubbing uni, probably more of a pub, campus uni.
Please help, and share your own experiences! Thank you!
St Andrews International relations and philosophy, or PPE at Warwick or York? watch
- Thread Starter
- 31-01-2015 16:18
- 08-02-2015 22:42
Warwick is bit over rated. Its a 60s campus full of grey concrete, not especially attractive and is on a wind blown and isolated site several miles out of Coventry (ie. not Warwick). Its 'fashionable' in the same way that Sussex was fashionable for Soc Sci in the 80s and South Bank was in the 70s. Cant see why everyone raves about it frankly.
Lots of general advice about Firm and Insurance choices here : http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...urance_choices
PS. Remember - you dont have to make this decision for months.