[LAW] University of Manchester vs University of Birmingham

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banasoul
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Hello I have currently gotten two of my offers from Manchester and Birmingham for LLB Law starting in 2021 and I was just curious which would you recommend more.

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Both a matter of personal preference. Go to open days, ask uni alumni and see which one you prefer more
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Although Uni of Manchester has a better graduate employment prospects and prestige (only a tiny bit tho), you're likely to not be restricted if you do go to Birmingham. Like yotsr123 said, it's a matter of personal preference. I would look at the course structure and compare both to them; then i would look at what opportunities and facilities (like Manchester's MJRC) they offer. For your lifestyle, i would look at if you would like to live in a much social big city or a more compact smaller city, where everything is more accessible; I would look at accommodation costs and etc. Definitely go to open days or offer holder days, if you were invited, to get a feel of what city you would like to live for 3/4 years. Ask current or former students if you can as they will give you their experience of it - for me, i asked a Manchester uni student of law and it gave me a better view of their own experience of the support academically, which is understandable since it has lots of students. Sorry if i seem biased to manchester because i haven't researched about Birmingham or went there.
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