I'm an international student, currently deciding my insurance and firm choices. I am divided between Edinburgh and Manchester.
Both are very good unis, in beautiful cities. From what I have seen amongst league tables and websites such as this, Manchester is deemed a better school in UK but Edinburgh is more reputable worldwide.
Since, I am not familiar with both unis that well, I was hoping you guys can advise me which one is better for economics studies.
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Edinburgh University vs. Manchester University for Economics watch
- Thread Starter
- 05-02-2018 12:40
- 05-02-2018 17:07
Hi, I study at Edinburgh so I can't say much about studying at Manchester. There are a few key differences between studying in Scotland and England.
- Usually 4-years Bachelors (with/without exchange year) = 1 more year of uni life, 1 more summer internship?
- Possibility of exchange in 3rd year around the world (US, Singapore, HK, Canada, etc...)
- Free tuition fee for EU students
- Ranking wise, take a look at their ranking criteriaLast edited by ChenZhan; 05-02-2018 at 17:13.