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Hi everyone, I'll keep this short.

I'm thinking of going to Warwick or Bath university to study Accounting and Finance, and I'm wondering which is:
A) Better, in terms of teaching
B) Preferred by students
C) The most 'prestigious' in employment recognition.

Thank you all
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idk but probably Warwick
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(Original post by Harrystangerr)
Hi everyone, I'll keep this short.

I'm thinking of going to Warwick or Bath university to study Accounting and Finance, and I'm wondering which is:
A) Better, in terms of teaching
B) Preferred by students
C) The most 'prestigious' in employment recognition.

Thank you all
Warwick should be better in all aspects but the requirements are the same .

Have you got offers from both Universities ?
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(Original post by Harrystangerr)
Hi everyone, I'll keep this short.

I'm thinking of going to Warwick or Bath university to study Accounting and Finance, and I'm wondering which is:
A) Better, in terms of teaching
B) Preferred by students
C) The most 'prestigious' in employment recognition.

Thank you all
Bath has very good work placement programs.
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Warwick, say hi to Jack
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Warwick should be better in all aspects but the requirements are the same .

Have you got offers from both Universities ?
I’m actually looking for 2019 university placements, but I’m starting to look early so I can research all ideas without starting to get stressed come next October time.

From what I’ve read, Warwick is more prestigious, however Bath can offer a year in placements, and also exemptions from ACA or ACCA if I chose to go into accounting.
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how about applying for both? if u get offers from both, then choose warwick
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(Original post by Biglipid)
I’m actually looking for 2019 university placements, but I’m starting to look early so I can research all ideas without starting to get stressed come next October time.

From what I’ve read, Warwick is more prestigious, however Bath can offer a year in placements, and also exemptions from ACA or ACCA if I chose to go into accounting.
Warwick has placement as well . Both has the same number of exemptions .

I have both offers
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Would like to know what did you finally choose. I also have the same dilemma this year - have got conditional offers from both warwick and Bath for Bachelors in A&F. Bath seems highly ranked across multiple tables - warwick i hear is prestigious but shows lower in ranking. please advise
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My daughter currently has the same dilemma. Needs to make a decision today! International management
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My daughter currently has the same dilemma. Needs to make a decision today!
teaching: bath > warwick (bath has a gold TEF and warwick has silver)
everything else: warwick > bath

nb this is a two year old thread don't expect replies
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Neither. London Met > All
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My daughter currently has the same dilemma. Needs to make a decision today! International management
I'll bet they are both great options and pretty similar in outcomes. Congratulations to your daughter!
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My daughter currently has the same dilemma. Needs to make a decision today! International management
Hi, I have the same problem now😂 what did she end up choosing and why?
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