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i'm going to apply to one of the two of them but unsure about the difference in the courses - can somebody summarise?

i've looked at the website and it seems quite unclear, both appear to have compulsory modules in some part of british and european history. what is the actual difference?

in terms of grades, my predicted a levels and gcses are fine for both oxford and cambridge so that isn't a problem

i like going out a lot as well and am interested in the typical student experience as well as studying, which university would you recommend?
I don't think there's much difference in structure really. You might want to consider factors such as the range of topics offered and method of assessment.

As for your other choices, look at course content.
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