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    I have received conditional offers from the university of Manchester and university of leeds for accounting and finance. I was quite confused which university is better because
    Manchester offers BAecon Accounting and finance offer of 32 ib points (conditional)
    Leeds offers BSc accounting and finance 35 Ib points (conditional)

    I want to know which university would be a better option from an overall perspective. How is BA accounting finance different from BSc accounting finance and which one would be better ....?

    BA focuses more on theory whereas BSC is far more mathematical. With a BSC you'll see that a lot of the maths modules are compulsory whereas BA students have the choice of choosing alternative modules.

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    Look at the compulsory modules and see which ones look more interesting. They're both good uni's but Manchester has the upper hand

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