Durham is by far the more renowned university, and from what I know geography is one of its prominent courses. However, while Sussex is not as good overall, it is first in the world for development studies, which is a more focused area of human geography that I may want to go into. Does sussex have the esteemed reputation among employers and associates that the QS world rankings give it, or would a degree from Durham look more impressive due to the household name? Thanks
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- 18-04-2018 20:47
- 18-04-2018 20:48
I study geography at Durham and it is great!