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LFCfan2019
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Whilst I am applying to Oxford for PPE, I feel (like most) that my chances of getting an offer are very slim.

I am visiting Birmingham, Manchester and Sheffield open days next month.

Which do you think is the best and why/why not the other two?

Would be really helpful as I could not put one ahead of the other at present.

Thank You.
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Birmingham because Birmingham is my favourite place in the country and I feel the need to mention it even if I don't have a good reason too ;c
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I'm going to Birmingham so I think it's a great choice! I loved the campus when I visited it and the lecturers seemed very passionate about their subject.Also I love that it has the best of both worlds (campus and a big city).I haven't been to any of the other two but I did consider Manchester at the beggining, however I didn't really like the course's modules so I didn't apply.
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