Chemical engineering at Manchester or Aston?

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Hi guys, basically I’m applying for chemical engineering and from the beginning I was set on doing it at the university of Manchester with a foundation year, however at Aston it’s the normal 4 years Meng,

I decided to go to the Aston University open day just to see Becky I didn’t know much about it and I ended up really liking the city , everyone was friendly , the campus and the subject talk, furthermore the accommodations also look nice.

So I was torn between the two because Aston isn’t a Russell group university and the facilities and teaching are better at The University of Manchester, I also really like Manchester as a city but I don’t really like the accommodations and it doesn’t seem really diverse compared to Aston.
I’m not sure whether I should do a foundation year at a highly regarded university for chemical engineering (Manchester) or start year 1 at a less regarded university (Aston)

Does what university you go to really matter if they’re both accredited?
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