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    I have been given the offer to study Economics MSc at Warwick and Birmingham university. However, Warwick tuition fees are £20,840 whereas university of Birmingham is £6570. They are both pure Economics MSc courses studied over 1 year, and of course I would like to have the best career prospects once completed. Any verdicts between the two?
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    ive looked at both colleges although for degrees related to politics/PPE, on the basis of my research i would recommend Warwick as the better college but Birmingham also has the advantage of the lower tuition fees! Both universities are part of the Russell Group which are a collection of all the best uni's in the UK
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    I know Warwick is more maths based but will the high price be worth my time? Also, UOB modules seem slightly easier and I benefit from the cheap tuition fees.
 
 
 
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