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So I've got offers from both, can anyone tell me their experiences from either or just which they would choose and why?

I'm planning to do a Chemistry Bsc, any additional advice about chem at these unis is appreciated
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Make a Pros & Cons list...things like distance from home? Is their a direct train line? Can I take my car? Cost of accommodation? Distance from accommodation to Uni? Size of city/town?
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I haven't been to either of them and I don't know anything about studying chemistry there (sorry about that).

However, I felt compelled to say that one of them is in a big city with buildings scattered over a large area, and the other is a campus university in quite a rural area (far enough from the nearest city for you to be able to walk there reasonably, but alright on a bus, I think).

Also, posting your question in the University of Edinburgh forum and the University of Warwick forum and the Physics, Chemistry and NatSci university courses forum will probably find you more useful responders.


Hope this helps!
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