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    So I got all my offers before Christmas, but I still haven't decided on a firm offer yet!

    Between Warwick and Exeter they both want AAA (Warwick explicitly want an A in Spanish given that I'm doing the language for International Business, Exeter might be a bit more flexible)

    I know that Warwick is one of the top Business schools in the UK, top 40 in the world etc. but I seriously enjoyed Exeter with their campus and sports facilities, plus Devon does seem a little nicer than Coventry (no offence!)

    That's not to say that I didn't enjoy Warwick (I go back again for the offer holder day in late April), but for the sake of employment, wanting to be up there with the most sought-after graduates, does it really matter which Russell Group uni I go to?
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    I don't think it matters where you go. Some people will tell you to go to Warwick because it's more famous blah blah... but unless you want to be a lawyer or work in IB, employers really aren't that interested in where you studied. Exeter is a good university, go there if you prefer it.
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