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My top four university choices are-
Birmingham City University
University of Birmingham
Aston University
Newman University.

Which is the most recommended university for their courses in social sciences, medical and law?
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My top four university choices are-
Birmingham City University
University of Birmingham
Aston University
Newman University.

Which is the most recommended university for their courses in social sciences, medical and law?
Do all those universities offer Medicine? Law?

I presume you are in Birmingham and want to stay local?

It would best to visit the universities yourself on their Open Days and chat with current students and lecturers about the courses and facilities.

You can see rankings for yourself by different subjects using sites like
https://www.thecompleteuniversitygui...ables/rankings
https://www.theguardian.com/educatio...ue-tables-2018
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Do all those universities offer Medicine? Law?

I presume you are in Birmingham and want to stay local?

It would best to visit the universities yourself on their Open Days and chat with current students and lecturers about the courses and facilities.

You can see rankings for yourself by different subjects using sites like
https://www.thecompleteuniversitygui...ables/rankings
https://www.theguardian.com/educatio...ue-tables-2018
Yes, I do live in Birmingham and all the universities offer the courses but Bcu may have them on different campuses. That is my plan.
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Yes, I do live in Birmingham and all the universities offer the courses but Bcu may have them on different campuses. That is my plan.
Newman doesn't offer Medicine or Law.
BCU doesn't offer Medicine

I haven't checked the others.
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Newman doesn't offer Medicine or Law.
BCU doesn't offer Medicine

I haven't checked the others.
Bcu offer some courses that go into the science field. I should have corrected that and as far as Newman is concerned they offer Social Sciences.
Although, I am not really interested into going to Newman
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Bcu offer some courses that go into the science field. I should have corrected that and as far as Newman is concerned they offer Social Sciences.
Although, I am not really interested into going to Newman
Ok, so "subjects allied to medicine", but not Medicine itself. That's quite different
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Ok, so "subjects allied to medicine", but not Medicine itself. That's quite different
Yes exactly although Science isn't my strongest subject and I am not doing it in A levels, however there is an access to higher education course for one year which is offered at colleges which is what I might consider before applying for university, but obviously that is a discussion with my parents. Thank you for replying.
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