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which is better? more reputable? thanks!
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NCH has an incredibly strong - if not small - academic staff for Philosophy, but what else might you expect from a place founded by AC Grayling? Dan Dennett, Peter Singer, Simon Blackburn, Rebecca Goldstein and Grayling himself are all currently associated with the teaching staff there.

Kings has a strong academic population for philosophy, too (notably Alex Bird, Raphael Woolf, David Papineau, Clare Carlisle). Given the calibre of staff at both, I'd probably concern myself less with rankings and prestige and more with who would I prefer to be taught by?
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I had a look at NCH and the teaching ratios. They are going to be very different experiences.
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(Original post by 999tigger)
I had a look at NCH and the teaching ratios. They are going to be very different experiences.
Not half.

I'd love to have had an opportunity to be involved at NCH in some capacity.
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