So I have these offers for PPE at KCL and Warwick (still waiting an answer from UCL) and I am currently more attracted by the second because of three main matters:
- the costs of living (London is a wallet mass-murderer)
- Warwick's reputation for Economics, which seems brilliant, and rising overall reputation in the world
- the "age" of the degree itself (second year for KCL and UCL, more than a decade for Warwick), so probably more experience from the lecturers about what to do to cope with this particular degree.
But King's seems more reputable outside of the UK, and, as I would maybe want to pursue a masters degree abroad, it may have its importance.
I know that both of these Unis are renowed and that I should only decide upon personal preferences, but I have not as many informations about KCL's bright sides as I do for Warwick.
Could anyone currently at KCL (the best being a PPE student) give me informations about the course and study life / social life of the Uni so I could judge more fairly and without being biaised what would be best for me?
Would you pay less for a humanities degree?