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    Hi,
    I am looking to study international management from 2018, I am predicted A*AA
    Got 2 amazing opportunities and could do with some help

    1: Offer to study at Kings College London- however, the entry requirements are A*AA which is very high, also not sure if I will enjoy studying in London

    2: Unconditional offer at Lancaster University - not sure if its very prestigious

    Currently trying to decide between these two options for my UCAS firm/insurance decisions Option 1 would be firm Kings and Insurance will be Lancaster, option 2 would be firm Lancaster (unconditional offer)
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    Hi - sorry you haven't had a response to this yet. I'm just going to bump the thread in the hope that someone sees this and can help
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    (Original post by Puddles the Monkey)
    Hi - sorry you haven't had a response to this yet. I'm just going to bump the thread in the hope that someone sees this and can help
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    I would pick kings. Think about it, you do a degree once in your life (normally). Get through 4 years at a good university and you are set for life
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    (Original post by Leena10929)
    Hi,
    I am looking to study international management from 2018, I am predicted A*AA
    Got 2 amazing opportunities and could do with some help

    1: Offer to study at Kings College London- however, the entry requirements are A*AA which is very high, also not sure if I will enjoy studying in London

    2: Unconditional offer at Lancaster University - not sure if its very prestigious

    Currently trying to decide between these two options for my UCAS firm/insurance decisions Option 1 would be firm Kings and Insurance will be Lancaster, option 2 would be firm Lancaster (unconditional offer)
    Hi, I’m in a similar position with an unconditional if firmed for Lancaster and a high offer of A*AA from a different uni (Durham). For my course both unis have a good ranking in the league tables (Durham is about 3 places higher on average). And Lancaster is in the top 10 in all the rankings for the uni overall. But it’s not all about the rankings. At the moment I’m veering towards Lancaster as I prefer the feel of the campus and brand new physics block.

    For your situation personally I wouldn’t want to go down to London but that’s personal preference. Which ever you choose you’ll go to a good university with a good reputation and in the long run it probably won’t make much difference. I don’t know what the rankings look like for management but I’d look at that and go on open days so you can get a feel for both places before making a decision. Best of luck with whichever one you pick.
 
 
 

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