Kingston University or University of Greenwich for Psychology

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I've got until the 9th of June to firm my uni choice but I can't decide between these unis. The course I applied in Kingston to has an additional placement year however, its a bit too far from where I live and Greenwich is the highest on the rankings for Psychology in London. I also applied to University of Hertfordshire which has a year abroad. Which course would you think would benefit me in the long run. I don't know if I should go far (to Kingston) as I know the placement year would benefit me. Also, what are the unis like in general (social life)? Any advice would be appreciated!
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Placement year - for Psychology this will make an enormous difference to your graduate CV.
There are very few entry level jobs in Psych - not enough for the thousands of Psych grads the Unis are now churning out every year - so anything that gives you an advantage is a major plus.
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(Original post by McGinger)
Placement year - for Psychology this will make an enormous difference to your graduate CV.
There are very few entry level jobs in Psych - not enough for the thousands of Psych grads the Unis are now churning out every year - so anything that gives you an advantage is a major plus.
Ok thank you! Do you know if it matters what uni you go to? I don't want to have a disadvantage after finishing my degree by going to a lower ranked uni as I'll be competing with so many student who went to higher ranked unis.
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