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    So I've applied for Politics and International Relations and I've received offers from these four universities. The problem is I don't know which to choose. I would have chosen Bristol since it seems to be better than the other ones but they didn't accept me for Politics and International Relations, instead they made me an offer to study Social Policy with Quantitative Researh Methods. I don't even know what Social Policy is, or what can I do wit hmy degree afterwards but from what I've heard Bristol is a nice city and has a better reputation than the others. Is this true?
    If not, which University is better for Politics from the ones listed above?

    I know this isn't answering your question but Lancaster has a gorgeous campus with all these societies so close together. The town isn't far, with many restaurants and shops, and you've got the cute old style of the castle with the modern parts of the campus. Haha oops I just really like Lancaster!
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