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I’m not sure which uni would be better to insure. I’m not sure if I would prefer to go to a city or campus uni. The only reason I would stay in London would be for UCL, but I prefer the rep and course for Kings.

Essentially it’s lifestyle vs academics
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A campus Uni does have much more of a homely feel. I went to a campus uni and there was everything I needed on campus - supermarket, bar, restaurants, markets coffee shops etc. If you're going to be living there then a campus uni is nicer, but if commuting in every day then i think it doesn't matter so much.
If it was me, I'd choose based on the reputation of the Uni as that does hold some weighting when you're applying for jobs or postgrad opportunities after uni. Also consider individual courses at each uni as there may be some differences in the way they're taught or the modules available.
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