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    Hello, guys. I have received Manchester(Accounting and Finance), Warwick (Accounting and Finance), UCL management for Master degree. Which one would you rank highest out of these three? and which one is the least attractive one? Thanks a lot!
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    Hello, guys. I have received Manchester(Accounting and Finance), Warwick (Accounting and Finance), UCL management for Master degree. Which one would you rank highest out of these three? and which one is the least attractive one? Thanks a lot!
    This is something that noone can answer for you. Someone who wants a campus experience at university might chose Warwick, someone looking to live in London UCL and someone looking to live in a big city that isn't London Manchester.

    You can find and compare the courses for student opinions on teaching quality and marking, employment prospects, the amount of contact time, how you'll be examined, drop out rates, degree classifications etc etc on https://unistats.direct.gov.uk/

    Unistats shouldn't tell you directly where to go - you need to decide what's important to you for the next 3+ years of your life. Somewhere that you'll be happy and motivated will get you a better degree than studying somewhere that you're miserable and using all your energy just to avoid dropping out. Unistats should give you an idea of the strengths/weaknesses of each course (and if you hover over the (i) icons you can compare the numbers of people on the courses too) so that you can choose the course that is good at things that matter to you.

    Although Unistats only has information for Undergraduate degrees.

    You've got until May to pick your firm/insurance. Use that time. If you can arrange a second/first/third visit over the Easter holidays. Contact the departments and ask to be put in contact with someone on the course so you can get a current student's opinion. Read the reviews on Which?, the complete university guide and TSR.
 
 
 
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