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    I've offers from Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool, Lancaster (and i have an offer from Newcastle but i don't personally want to go here). I'm on track to get AAA/A*AA so entry requirements aren't an issue.

    which would you firm and why?

    for added context, I'm from Manchester already and want to move out when I start uni. Liverpool offers my favourite course out of all, Lancaster has the best law school in the north west and nicest campus imo, Manchester grads are most employable and Leeds is highest in league tables.
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    (Original post by georgia_tsr)
    I've offers from Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool, Lancaster (and i have an offer from Newcastle but i don't personally want to go here). I'm on track to get AAA/A*AA so entry requirements aren't an issue.

    which would you firm and why?

    for added context, I'm from Manchester already and want to move out when I start uni. Liverpool offers my favourite course out of all, Lancaster has the best law school in the north west and nicest campus imo, Manchester grads are most employable and Leeds is highest in league tables.
    So weird haha, I've applied to those exact 4 universities but I applied for Durham instead of Newcastle!

    Well, look- you're on track to get excellent/necessary grades for Law so the choice is completely up to you. You're the one investing a lot of money in this! Therefore, if you want to chose Liverpool because you feel it'd be the right university/investment for you, that you would actually enjoy the course there and could make the most of extra curricular opportunities- you should go for it.


    Employability is important though. I can't comment properly on this as I'm not an employer and I'm just a fellow student. Manchester does seem to have the best reputation and there's no doubt it's a city with great potential connections/opportunities but do you want to study at/in Manchester? Is the course appealing to you? maybe the fact you're familiar with the city is an advantage to you as you wouldn't have to settle in, equally maybe it's a negative as you want a new environment. See, it all comes down to your feelings
 
 
 
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