Seriously. Obviously I know if you go to London south bank or London met that's not going to be well respected. However, if you get a 2:1 from a non Russel group such as Reading or Leicester or Kent, is it really going to be detrimental to one getting a good job? Surely, there's going to be people who have a1:1 from Oxford but are absolutely bad af at interview skills, and there must be peoole with a 2:1 from bath spa who have amazing personalities and interview skills. I don't believe for a second that it's purely based on what uni you go to. Obviously if you want to a lawyer then yes, but something like English surely not?? And yeah maybe what uni you go to reflect on your A level grades but some people genuinely just get so stressed with the amount of work and have meltdowns because of the pressure that is put on them to get to a 'good' uni. For me, the only reason why I would want to go to a 'top' uni is so higher my chances of finding a smart boy who's not doing sports management
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- 22-05-2016 23:24
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- 22-05-2016 23:26
In my opinion, it doesn't matter. But I know that I will be in the minority.
- 22-05-2016 23:28
No if you went to universities such as those you mentioned it will not matter.
- 23-05-2016 00:16
There's no point going to a 'good universiy' if you won't be able to handle he work and will consequently do badly/drop out.
Anyway apart for specific derees and jobs, you're better off going to the uni that is good for your field of study, and getting loads of experience.
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