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I cannot decide whether I like Bath or Exeter university more, which one is better and why? (pros and cons?)
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I don't go to either of them but Bath sounds really good
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I don't go to either of them but Bath sounds really good
what makes you say that??
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what makes you say that??
I really like the course structure there for the course I looked into and they have lots of options
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Bath is more rural and is up a hill. It is based in a historical town which is known for its Roman baths. On campus, there is a lot of greenery with trees and a lake. It is also a very sporty university - think Loughborough but in the South.
Exeter has green areas but is more city-based. There isn't much diversity there though, the student body is mostly white and middle/upper-class.
Both have very good reputations, so you won't be disadvantaged if you choose one over the other.
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Bath is more rural and is up a hill. It is based in a historical town which is known for its Roman baths. On campus, there is a lot of greenery with trees and a lake. It is also a very sporty university - think Loughborough but in the South.
Exeter has green areas but is more city-based. There isn't much diversity there though, the student body is mostly white and middle/upper-class.
Both have very good reputations, so you won't be disadvantaged if you choose one over the other.
Bath is no more diverse!
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I cannot decide whether I like Bath or Exeter university more, which one is better and why? (pros and cons?)
Both are lovely - Bath is a smaller city - which course suits you better?

I think Exeter's choice of accommodation is better.
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Both are lovely - Bath is a smaller city - which course suits you better?

I think Exeter's choice of accommodation is better.
both courses are great, that's the problem I can't decide
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I live only 15 minutes away from Bath (I live in a small village) so I went there a lot. I don't know much about the uni (I know it has a really good reputation) but the city is so beautiful. It's my favorite alongside Oxford but I think that's just because I really like historic buildings. Some streets and roads in Bath are on a slope(?) if that makes sense so I get scared whenever driving up/down it (feels like I'm gonna fall off). But that means that you can travel up it and overlook the area. There's a lot of 'green spaces' but yeah it is a smaller city. Sorry this probably wasn't helpful lol.
Which course are you studying?
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Bath is no more diverse!
I didn't think it was, but I didn't know for sure so didn't say.
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both courses are great, that's the problem I can't decide
Exeter has the nicer campus - here's a photo taken inside one of the student buildings.

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Exeter has the nicer campus - here's a photo taken inside one of the student buildings.

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Are those trees fake? It looks like you're outside but inside at the same time lol
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Are those trees fake? It looks like you're outside but inside at the same time lol
I was on a teacher's tour so didn't examine them ...
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Looks like a municipal bus station.
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Degree subject?
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