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I have to decide between Exeter and Surrey for my insurance choice. Their rankings are quite similar. Any arguments on how to decide?
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Look carefully at the course structure/modules - they will be different. Pick whichever university that has the most interesting course. Maybe also consider things like campus jobs, study abroad opportunities, accommodation availability and price etc. Unistats is a good way to compare courses too: https://unistats.direct.gov.uk
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Exeter has the better campus, better facilities, and higher level of students(Exeter has 74% of their students with AAB+ or higher, compared to only 23% for Surrey)
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Exeter has the better campus, better facilities, and higher level of students(Exeter has 74% of their students with AAB+ or higher, compared to only 23% for Surrey)
Thank you! Still, Surrey is close to London and has the better student satisfaction scores ....
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Look carefully at the course structure/modules - they will be different. Pick whichever university that has the most interesting course. Maybe also consider things like campus jobs, study abroad opportunities, accommodation availability and price etc. Unistats is a good way to compare courses too: https://unistats.direct.gov.uk
Thank you!
What is Economics at Exeter resp. Surrey famous for?
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Exeter.
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Exeter.
because ...?
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because ...?
because...it is Exeter . Just kidding

I don't know much about the Economics course, but in terms of overall experience Exeter appears to have a better experience.
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because...it is Exeter . Just kidding

I don't know much about the Economics course, but in terms of overall experience Exeter appears to have a better experience.
Thank you!
What experience is Surrey said to be?
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Thank you!
What experience is Surrey said to be?
I dont really know. Sorry.
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I believe Exeter is a russell group and Surrey isn't.. therefore if it were me, I'd be firming Exeter.

Edited, sorry by firming I mean firming as your insurance.
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