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    I'm having trouble deciding which course to choose, each have pros and cons, and the course I prefer is the most expensive. Does anyone have an opinion about this?


    I applied to UCL and Sussex for anthropology too. I applied for anthropology and international relations at Sussex but withdrew because I changed my mind about studying international relations. Sussex also didn't seem to be the nicest uni facilities wise and the anthropology department did seem kinda small so made me wonder on the quality of it tbh.

    I received a conditional for anthropology with a year abroad at UCL which was and always has been my first choice uni so this opinion may be biased XD. It may be expensive but with the british museum, London zoo, and the generally credibility of the department, UCL, for me anyway, has always seemed a completely different standard of anthropology at any uni.
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