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    I am an oversea students who has an offer from the University of Brighton MSc Occupational Therapy (Pre-Reg), and will being spending two years for that.

    I actually obtained my undergraduate degree in UCL, so I concern a little bit about the comparatively low ranking of UoB (just according to different tables, no offence). However, all OT Pre-reg courses eventually make you eligible for a license, therefore ranking or even reputation of the Uni seems rather unimportant.

    Personally, I am very fond of the course contents and structures in the UoB, and is fine about accommodation, fee and living there. So, just as a foreigner, I am really not sure about the influence of the ranking of the school for this kind of professional course, and is my only concern. And so whether I should take the offer or wait for schools such as UEA.

    It would be great to hear any advise from the locals! Thanks!
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