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Hey guys,
I have 2 unconditional offers from QUEEN MARGARET UNIVERSITY and NAPIER, and I want to study Hospitality and international business.
I am so confused and I don't know what I should choose..
Advices? 🤢🤢🤢
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Queen Margaret, its Russel Group (Not that it means too much, but it'll widen opportunities in terms of affiliated university schemes and the rest of it!)
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(Original post by anthonyanto6655)
Hey guys,
I have 2 unconditional offers from QUEEN MARGARET UNIVERSITY and NAPIER, and I want to study Hospitality and international business.
I am so confused and I don't know what I should choose..
Advices? 🤢🤢🤢
Have you visited Napier and QM?

They're both in very different locations (albeit still within Edinburgh)

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Queen Margaret, its Russel Group (Not that it means too much, but it'll widen opportunities in terms of affiliated university schemes and the rest of it!)
Since when was Queen Margaret part of the RG?
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Since when was Queen Margaret part of the RG?
lol I was surprised to see it on there! RG is going down the drain
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lol I was surprised to see it on there! RG is going down the drain
No, seriously. Queen Margaret isn't part of the RG. You must be getting it confused with Queen Mary (University of London) or Queen's University Belfast.
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No, seriously. Queen Margaret isn't part of the RG. You must be getting it confused with Queen Mary (University of London) or Queen's University Belfast.
Nah it is check
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Queen's, University of Belfast in Northern Ireland
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Queen's, University of Belfast in Northern Ireland
:facepalm::facepalm::facepalm:

The OP said Queen Margaret University, which is in Edinburgh... Even the thread is located within the Scottish subforum.

Not QUB...
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(Original post by Blue_Cow)
:facepalm::facepalm::facepalm:

The OP said Queen Margaret University, which is in Edinburgh... Even the thread is located within the Scottish subforum.

Not QUB...
They're sister universities, aren't they?
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They're sister universities, aren't they?
No? Who told you this?
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I attended 2 open days
Queen Margaret University, is not in the city centre but there is a train and in 5 minutes I can be In the city centre very quickly.

Napier is the city centre, but the halls are 40 mins by bus from the uni...
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No? Who told you this?
The names are synonymous, I thought all the Queens: Queen's, Mary and Margaret, were all married to the RG association. Margaret is a well established uni, I thought she was also a co-wife to the RG.
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(Original post by adamantacademic)
The names are synonymous, I thought all the Queens: Queen's, Mary and Margaret, were all married to the RG association. Margaret is a well established uni, I thought she was also a co-wife to the RG.
I have no idea where you got that from. Any links? If this is true, then why on earth is QUB and QMUL listed separately on the RG website?

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I attended 2 open days
Queen Margaret University, is not in the city centre but there is a train and in 5 minutes I can be In the city centre very quickly.

Napier is the city centre, but the halls are 40 mins by bus from the uni...
I think I'd much rather be a 5-minute ScotRail train away from Waverely Station than having to travel 40 mins by bus to lectures...
Is the course content similar across both universities? Do either university "specialise" or have more modules in topics which you prefer?
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I think I'd much rather be a 5-minute ScotRail train away from Waverely Station than having to travel 40 mins by bus to lectures...
Is the course content similar across both universities? Do either university "specialise" or have more modules in topics which you prefer?
I prefer the modules from NAPIER, but the QMU Are not THAT bad!
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I prefer the modules from NAPIER, but the QMU Are not THAT bad!
Seems like a tough choice... You might enjoy Napier more if you prefer their modules.

You have quite a while before you actually need to firm/insure/decline your offers, so there's no rush. Plenty of time to think about it.
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Yeah, I have a plenty of time.. i have to choose between these 2 at the end of June-july.. but this issue persist..
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Just realised this was from last year! Slow board. Hope you chose Napier!
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