I'd say, at least from my experience, that everyone is different when it comes to what's a 'good' University. Both in terms of how it's reputation is received, or, if it's the 'right' University to meet a student's needs.
For example:a University that's part of the Russell Group may be a 'lower' ranking or 'bad' University to someone considering and applying for Oxford or Cambridge. Someone else from a different background, with ambitions for Nursing, or Medicine, may see a purely Academic Institution as a 'poor' choice for their career ambitions. Another example would be a student interested in Software Engineering, would look for different Institutions, and have different opinions on 'good' and 'bad' than a student for Architecture. It really depends on what you want out of University!
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