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lil_becky
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The league tables are confusing me! I wanna apply to study Business Management at Surrey however, I cannot decide whether I should rely on the Guardian table which ranks Surrey uni 1st, or the Timesonline which ranks it 32nd! Damn it why is there such a huge contrast?
Please help!!
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Don't just rely on subject league tables - look at other things like overall reputation, and if you get a chance, visit the place.
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(Original post by Adhsur)
Don't just rely on subject league tables - look at other things like overall reputation, and if you get a chance, visit the place.
Thanks Adhsur, i am obviously not gonna rely totally on the league tables, I will ofcourse be visiting the place and as far as I know the overall reputation of the Uni is quite good, however, I am very much concerned about choosing the right Uni for my course and therefore, the ranking subjectwise plays an important role in my selection!
Hope u understand what i mean.... cheers anyway
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Even though League tables arent to be relied upon, that is a BIG difference.
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