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I have offers to study Physics at St Andrews, Warwick and UCL to study Physics.

However, I am still unsure on wether Physics is something that I would enjoy. I have looked into joint degrees such as Maths and Physics (to offer slight variety) which I could do at both St Andrews and Warwick but unfortunately not at UCL.

St Andrews obviously has a very flexible degree structure, and Warwick don’t require further maths for their Maths and a Physics course, Unlike UCL who do. (I have not done further Maths.)

However, UCL is arguably in the best location and has great employer reputation being in London. Also a very prestigious university (as they all are somewhat.). So the choice is very difficult.

Any pros and cons of each that I may not have thought of, or any reasons why one university is better than the others (please try to be unbiased, but I understand that it may be difficult.)
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Bro they are all super prestigious, you can't go wrong with any of them, well done
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How to Choose Firm & Insurance : https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/uni...urance-choices
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Know pretty much nothing about UCL or St Andrews. I would just point out the flexibility of the Warwick degrees (both generally and that mathphys allows you to tweak your physics/maths balance quite a lot) and the strength of the maths department should you want to do a lot of maths. I don't know much about the physics department here, it doesn't necessarily seem top of the top so if you're leaning more on the physics side you might prefer say UCL.
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