donghyukjoo
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I got offer from Durham University marketing and management.
Also from Manchester Modern Language and Business & Management (Japanese).
Which offer do you think is more valuable?
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Manchester - bigger city, more interesting degree, and also more interesting Uni.
Unless you are really into the whole 'college' thing and pretending you are are Oxbridge, then Manchester is a much better option.
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Durham wins on campus area and reputation.
Manchester wins in terms of the degree in question, location and the stuff the above user said.

So it really depends on what you value the most and what you are looking to get out of your university experience.
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Durham has the stronger brand name (by a nose) but both are great unis. Manchester will have a better student social life because of the number of unis in Manchester. Modern languages is always in demand by companies (not sure how popular Japanese is though).
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