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    Question as above, thanks.

    (Original post by kiasne)
    Question as above, thanks.
    I'm afraid that best is really subjective. Best depends on what is best for you- which uni offers the modules you want, has the facilities that appeal to you and is in a location that you'd want to live in for 3 years and has connections with the uni's your most interested in going to for the year abroad.

    Go to www.whatuni.com.

    Enter American Studies as a subject and then your predicted grades.
    This will give you a list of possible Unis - then check the course description on each Uni website to see if its the course that interests you. UEA, Sussex, Keele, Manchester all have well-established degree courses in this area.
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    Indeed, we were ranked the Number 1 place to study American Studies in the UK according to the Guardian's University Guide 2016. We were also ranked very highly in the National Student Survey, and in the Research Excellence Framework.

    Take a look at our video for a flavour of what it's like to study here:

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