5 Offers - Now I Have to Decide... HELP!

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iaminneedofhelp!
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Hi,

I've recently applied for Biomedical Science BSc at 5 Universities for 2017 entry (with the exception of the University of Leeds where you can only apply for Medical Sciences BSc).

I received unconditionals (because I took a Gap Year) from Edinburgh (choice to start in Year 1 or 2), Leeds, Newcastle, Manchester and Birmingham.

I now need to decide which University to go to. I only have a knowledge of the Uni's as far as what I've read on the internet so far as I have been away from home since September and have had to submit my application from abroad.

Can people give me some advice on which university is best for everything? Student life? Academics? Nightlife? Whatever you think is an important factor.

Any help would really be appreciated.

Thanks,

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I'd say Edinburgh or Manchester. Big cities, good nightlife, fantastic and well respected universities.
To be honest, there will be something that draws you to one Uni, believe me, I struggled to make the choice and then suddenly it hit me.
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(Original post by Glib)
I'd say Edinburgh or Manchester. Big cities, good nightlife, fantastic and well respected universities.
To be honest, there will be something that draws you to one Uni, believe me, I struggled to make the choice and then suddenly it hit me.
I've heard that Edinburgh is 'boring and bland' with an average-poor nightlife. Incorrect?
Is Manchester better with Science than Leeds or Newcastle?

I should have mentioned that I ideally will go on to study post-graduate medicine somewhere.
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(Original post by iaminneedofhelp!)
I've heard that Edinburgh is 'boring and bland' with an average-poor nightlife. Incorrect?
Is Manchester better with Science than Leeds or Newcastle?

I should have mentioned that I ideally will go on to study post-graduate medicine somewhere.
Manchester does have a strong and prestigious science department.
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