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Which uni would you recommend for Marketing?
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Reading's got a pretty good reputation overall, but Sheffield Hallam has a better business school, and so does MMU. I probably wouldn't recommend Brighton and Central Lancashire. Hope that helps!
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Reading (just my opinion, as it has a better reputation. Even if the others might have higher employment, it will usually be for less well paid jobs...)
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Reading's got a pretty good reputation overall, but Sheffield Hallam has a better business school, and so does MMU. I probably wouldn't recommend Brighton and Central Lancashire. Hope that helps!
Brighton is my first choice, why wouldn't you recommend it? I though it was a good uni and at the same time the location is nice...
Give me more info please. I live outside of England and never been there actually...
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Brighton is my first choice, why wouldn't you recommend it? I though it was a good uni and at the same time the location is nice...
Give me more info please. I live outside of England and never been there actually...
Brighton's Business school isn't very well-reputated, compared to Reading. Besides, living costs in Brighton are just as expensive (okay fine, slight exaggeration) as they would be in London. Teaching standards at Brighton also do not fare that well, whilst at Reading, the teaching quality is pretty much amongst the tops in the UK.

To sum it all up, if you want to get a better degree and also save your wallet, Reading's your choice. :cool:
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Brighton's Business school isn't very well-reputated, compared to Reading. Besides, living costs in Brighton are just as expensive (okay fine, slight exaggeration) as they would be in London. Teaching standards at Brighton also do not fare that well, whilst at Reading, the teaching quality is pretty much amongst the tops in the UK.

To sum it all up, if you want to get a better degree and also save your wallet, Reading's your choice. :cool:
Thanks a lot!
But what Im also interested besides teaching level and costs, is finding a job. So that is why i chose Brighton, because of its job opportunities...
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Thanks a lot!
But what Im also interested besides teaching level and costs, is finding a job. So that is why i chose Brighton, because of its job opportunities...
You've got more careers advisors at Reading than ants at a picnic. Asking them for help on getting a job whilst at university would definitely not be a problem. Besides, you would come out of Reading with better job prospects than your other four choices.
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You've got more careers advisors at Reading than ants at a picnic. Asking them for help on getting a job whilst at university would definitely not be a problem. Besides, you would come out of Reading with better job prospects than your other four choices.
Thanks Yan! Ill keep that in mind :smokin:
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Thanks Yan! Ill keep that in mind :smokin:
You're most welcome.
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Reading is really ugly
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You've got more careers advisors at Reading than ants at a picnic. Asking them for help on getting a job whilst at university would definitely not be a problem. Besides, you would come out of Reading with better job prospects than your other four choices.
I would agree with that. Better reputation and carreers service. But, I would find it boring in a place like that. Brighton's 'cool dude scene' :rolleyes: (yeah that's a term) is second to none. So that would play a major part. Although the uni facilities aren't 'great' at Brighton. I'd probably go to Reading, but as lucygettings said it is rather ugly and as I said IMO boring.
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