Bristol or Brunel?

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Bristol or Brunel?

Idk what to do. I live in London, and I’d prefer to stay in London but I know Bristol is a better Uni than Brunel. However, Bristol doesn’t seem very culturally diversed at all, and since I’m from London, I’m used to being surrounded by different races and cultures. And as a person of colour too, I don’t know if I will be comfortable in Bristol.

I know most people will undoubtedly pick Bristol over Brunel any day. It’s ranked within the top 20 in the UK, it’s a Russel group Uni and overall is highly regarded.

Brunel on the other hand is an average Uni ( a little above average maybe) ranked around 40-50 on the league tables, but it’s located in London and is extremely culturally diversed, which might suit my confortablility better.
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Bristol or Brunel?

Idk what to do. I live in London, and I’d prefer to stay in London but I know Bristol is a better Uni than Brunel. However, Bristol doesn’t seem very culturally diversed at all, and since I’m from London, I’m used to being surrounded by different races and cultures. And as a person of colour too, I don’t know if I will be comfortable in Bristol.

I know most people will undoubtedly pick Bristol over Brunel any day. It’s ranked within the top 20 in the UK, it’s a Russel group Uni and overall is highly regarded.

Brunel on the other hand is an average Uni ( a little above average maybe) ranked around 40-50 on the league tables, but it’s located in London and is extremely culturally diversed, which might suit my confortablility better.
What course is this for?
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Bristol as a city is pretty diverse, but not as much so as London. Areas like easton / eastville / st pauls are very diverse though.

No idea about the uni itself.
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https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=1443779
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BUT pick it based on the course you like the most.
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What course is this for?
Sorry for the late reply!
Anthropology. I've already firmed Bristol though...
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Sorry for the late reply!
Anthropology. I've already firmed Bristol though...
No worries
would you like this moved to the Bristol uni subforum?
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No worries
would you like this moved to the Bristol uni subforum?
sure.
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