Which university should I choose for Politics and International Relations?Watch
I haven't really used this site before but I was hoping for a little bit of help. I've received offers from all of my universities and have whittled it down to the University of Birmingham and the University of Liverpool. I'm completely torn between the two. I also currently live in Birmingham which is influencing the decision as I'd like to move away however I can still live in halls in Birmingham.
Both courses are highly regarded which I am very happy about but I'm a bit confused that Liverpool offer International Politics and Policy instead of PIR which seems a bit odd. I guess I'm just looking for anyone who can give me some informed advice about which to accept. As both are great Uni's it also goes down to superficial things such as nightlife, making friends, societies and costs associated with living there.
I'd really appreciate any help!
Im a current Political Science student at Birmingham. I would definitely recommend the course (with or without IR) and the university in general. It is a great university and the course is very interesting and the range of modules that you can study is extremely wide.
And not to say ill of Birmingham their modules range is actually fairly consistence even slightly smaller compared to unis like Kings, or even Kent.
eg: kent i linked with a year in the US because it's the same entry requirements ABB