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    I've narrowed down my two main BSc CompSci choices to Manchester and Warwick. They both require AAA.

    I prefer Manchester's location and facilities, and think I would probably enjoy my time more at a university based in a predominant student city.

    However, I prefer Warwick's course and academic culture and it's typically regarded with higher prestige than Manchester (or at least domestically). It's also a target university if I opted for a finance focused career.

    If I could combine the city and facilities available in Manchester with the course and prestige of Warwick, I'd have a winner. Trouble is, I like both for different reasons which makes choosing one very difficult. Any advice?

Do you agree with the PM's proposal to cut tuition fees for some courses?

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