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    Any thoughts? Is it a top 10?
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    why don't you check yourself, on the unistats website
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    (Original post by Assadullah1215)
    why don't you check yourself, on the unistats website
    Unistats doesn't have rankings.

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    (Original post by Yazan10)
    Any thoughts? Is it a top 10?
    There are many different league tables, all of which use slightly, or significant, different criteria.

    Eg
    https://www.thecompleteuniversitygui...%20Engineering

    https://www.theguardian.com/educatio...al-engineering

    But I wouldn't use league tables as a primary method of picking a university.

    Look at the course, and see if you want to be studying that course at that university for 4+ years.

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    (Original post by Doonesbury)
    There are many different league tables, all of which use slightly, or significant, different criteria.

    Eg
    https://www.thecompleteuniversitygui...%20Engineering

    https://www.theguardian.com/educatio...al-engineering

    But I wouldn't use league tables as a primary method of picking a university.

    Look at the course, and see if you want to be studying that course at that university for 4+ years.

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    Without using league tables. Reputation wise would be at a top 10 u think?
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    (Original post by Yazan10)
    Without using league tables. Reputation wise would be at a top 10 u think?
    Wut? "Reputation" is such a nebulous and frankly irrelevant metric.

    They got a Gold in TEF.

    They are among the top 10 in the High Fliers report for employers.

    If you like Nottingham (and, more importantly, their course) go there.
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    (Original post by Doonesbury)
    Wut? "Reputation" is such a nebulous and frankly irrelevant metric.

    They got a Gold in TEF.

    They are among the top 10 in the High Fliers report for employers.

    If you like Nottingham (and, more importantly, their course) go there.
    Thank you, I also have an offer from Leeds similar course and I like both cities, which one would you go with in this case?
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    (Original post by Yazan10)
    Thank you, I also have an offer from Leeds similar course and I like both cities, which one would you go with in this case?
    I'm not particularly familiar with either city, but even if I was what suits me might not suit you. You have to make the decision

    Toss a coin. Heads is Nottingham, tails is Leeds. If you feel regret (or not) when it comes up X then you know...

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    (Original post by Doonesbury)
    I'm not particularly familiar with either city, but even if I was what suits me might not suit you. You have to make the decision

    Toss a coin. Heads is Nottingham, tails is Leeds. If you feel regret (or not) when it comes up X then you know...

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    Mate, just give me an honest opinion in terms of prestige and "wow factor, who would u go with? Don't be too shady 😂😂😜
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    (Original post by Yazan10)
    Mate, just give me an honest opinion in terms of prestige and "wow factor, who would u go with? Don't be too shady 😂😂😜
    Dude, you've already had my *very* honest opinion of the question.

    Nobody goes "wow" at your university.

    If *you* are more impressed by Leeds, go there. Or don't.

    Neither choice is a bad university.

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