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I got conditional offers from both universities at BBB. I'm torn between the two honestly I can't decide as york is more prestigious for my course and is higher ranked but QMUL has the benefit of being in London
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(Original post by bennyboo<3)
I got conditional offers from both universities at BBB. I'm torn between the two honestly I can't decide as york is more prestigious for my course and is higher ranked but QMUL has the benefit of being in London
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I've firmed York to study Politics and IR, Im not sure about QMUL but after visiting on the applicant day, I decided to firm York as all the staff were so enthusiastic and seemed to have a genuine passion for the course. They also offer a wide range of modules and the opportunity to study in loads of different countries, which I thought was really good
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Hi!
I've firmed York to study Politics and IR, Im not sure about QMUL but after visiting on the applicant day, I decided to firm York as all the staff were so enthusiastic and seemed to have a genuine passion for the course. They also offer a wide range of modules and the opportunity to study in loads of different countries, which I thought was really good
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I'm a current Politics and IR student at York, so will obviously say to come here! York and London are very different, so it depends what you're after. The course is varied here and gives you a fair amount of choice for second and third year modules, but if you have any specific questions feel free to ask.
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