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Hey I've got offers from both universities. I hear reading is one of the best for Quantity surveying but it is very lowly rated in student satisfcation on Unistats and the income 6 months and 3 years after the course are considerably lower than oxford brookes. As for oxford brookes I'm not sure if it's very highly looked upon? I'm sure I can get into either just not sure which one as of now. Both are close to my house and both are equally appealing. Thank you!
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Both Reading & Oxford Brookes are top universities for built environment related courses, I guess it really comes down to what matters to you.

Town vs city? How expensive is the cost of living? Diversity? Modules? Placements?
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Hey I've got offers from both universities. I hear reading is one of the best for Quantity surveying but it is very lowly rated in student satisfcation on Unistats and the income 6 months and 3 years after the course are considerably lower than oxford brookes. As for oxford brookes I'm not sure if it's very highly looked upon? I'm sure I can get into either just not sure which one as of now. Both are close to my house and both are equally appealing. Thank you!
Not sure if this helps but Oxford Brookes is quickly rising the ranks overall as a university and I’ve heard it’s looked highly upon. Some see it as a future Russel group, not sure if this is true tho
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Both Reading & Oxford Brookes are top universities for built environment related courses, I guess it really comes down to what matters to you.

Town vs city? How expensive is the cost of living? Diversity? Modules? Placements?
Yeah true. I wonder how many days a week quantity surveying would be im guessing 3 days since it's not a very intense course. Thank you!
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Not sure if this helps but Oxford Brookes is quickly rising the ranks overall as a university and I’ve heard it’s looked highly upon. Some see it as a future Russel group, not sure if this is true tho
Good to heard thank you!
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Yeah true. I wonder how many days a week quantity surveying would be im guessing 3 days since it's not a very intense course. Thank you!
3-4 full days, I believe
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3-4 full days, I believe
Thank you.
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Brookes' school of the built environment is one of the best in the country and they have a long history of success since the 90s, especially in architecture. I'm not sure about Reading but it is generally a good university.
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