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Why does Anglia Ruskin have a bad reputation and is bottom of the league tables? Yet, it's in Cambridge which is an 'educated' city. Is it simply because it's a small university with not much research output? I have an offer for a 1 year masters course but doubting if it's worth it, which is a shame because Cambridge is a nice place to live...

I have offer from Bath University so will probably go there instead.
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Hello
Why does Anglia Ruskin have a bad reputation and is bottom of the league tables? Yet, it's in Cambridge which is an 'educated' city. Is it simply because it's a small university with not much research output? I have an offer for a 1 year masters course but doubting if it's worth it, which is a shame because Cambridge is a nice place to live...

I have offer from Bath University so will probably go there instead.
I would definitely say bath would be a better choice!
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