Last edited by iseesparksfly; 4 weeks ago
To me ranking doesnt matter, but sometimes I do wish I went to a "well known" uni.
My insurance isn't quite leading the tables (still quite high though) but I wouldn't mind at all going to that one since the course I've applied for there is pretty unique, I think.
But, "full of tories"? That's a weird stereotype. There's even a soviet flag in King's College in Cambridge.
my uni is quite low down in the league tables (Salford) but I've had no problem finding a well respectedgraduate job in the civil service (I'm in my final year of my degree). Your uni experience is what you make it, you can either be proactive and search for opportunities or you can sit back and only do the work given to you. I'm glad I didn't go to a top 10 uni in the end. I had offers but I feel the smallness of my uni department allowed me to flourish.
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Last edited by OctopusOverlord; 4 weeks ago
Well, I've not really seen evidence that a non top 10 uni is automatically easier in terms of workload.
Is there any uni in the UK that is majority tory?