I've been given an offer from Warwick and Birmingham to study Economics MSc. Though, I am finding it difficult to decide between the two as Warwick's tuition fee is £20,840 whereas Birmingham is only £6,570. However, many people state Warwick is prestige and employers hunt for graduates there. Both universities are part of the russel group, but is Warwick worth the extra price compared to Birmingham for economics?
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- 25-07-2016 02:28
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- 25-07-2016 09:50
Go with the more interesting course from which you'll gain experience and exposure to stuff you enjoy. The degree doesn't guarantee you a job. You'll be as employable as you make yourself at either uni which will help you to stand out.