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hey guys! I've got offers for durham and warwick for law but i cant seem to make up my mind on which to firm - same entry requirements and these are my only 2 offers. I plan to go to whichever is more prestigious, but the rankings seem to differ on various sites which makes me extremely confused. I am an international student so global rankings are pretty important too. Any insights or advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Hiya I also applied to Warwick for law and firmed it ! So I will hopefully be attending in October ! Warwick is a really good university. I’m from the UK and it’s one of the top ones here for law ! I’m not too sure on info about Durham, hope this helps !
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hey ahh thats nice! did you go for the open day? and may i know what other offers you got? thanks
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Hiya I also applied to Warwick for law and firmed it ! So I will hopefully be attending in October ! Warwick is a really good university. I’m from the UK and it’s one of the top ones here for law ! I’m not too sure on info about Durham, hope this helps !
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(Original post by seelawperson)
hey guys! I've got offers for durham and warwick for law but i cant seem to make up my mind on which to firm - same entry requirements and these are my only 2 offers. I plan to go to whichever is more prestigious, but the rankings seem to differ on various sites which makes me extremely confused. I am an international student so global rankings are pretty important too. Any insights or advice would be greatly appreciated.
They're both fantastic universities. If I were you, I'd base my decision around the location/campus/modules/prices etc
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In terms of prestige, it doesn’t matter which one you go to because there’s much of a likeness. No employer is going to care if you went to Warwick or Durham or vice versa.

Don’t look too much into rankings as when the difference is that small, it doesn’t really matter.

It’s a personal preference thing: would you rather live up North in a quaint, tiny city but it does have the college system which may appeal, or would you rather live on a campus in the Midlands, albeit very isolated?

They’re completely different experiences (campus v city, location, experience etc) so you must have an idea of which appeals more? Don’t get too caught up in rankings.
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Durham for reputation, far more targeted.
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