..... For me it's Goldsmiths College, University of London. In my opinion that's the lowest ranking respectable university. Any university positioned below Goldsmiths e.g. City, Kent, Reading, Brunel, Nottingham Trent, De Montfont etc, etc is not worth attending.
I was just wonderering what's the lowest ranking university you would be happy to attend.
The one you're at (whichever it is today).
De Montfort, probably. Lower unis get my funding (it seems), and DMU is going up.
Kent, which is my insurance.
Would stretch to Birmingham if I had to.
Best to base it on the rankings for the subject you want to study. E.g. kent might not be that high for the general rankings, but from what i can remember it was at a repectable position in the subject rankings for law.
Reading (well Reading's ICMA centre)
This thread will just make some people feel rubbish. My firm is birmingham, my insurance birmingham city. I chose both because they offer the course I have my heart set on studying.
Regardless of what anyone says, any degree is better than no degree, for the knowledge and life experiences you gain. Attending oxford/cambridge does not make you a better/more intelligent than anyone else. Grades are not a measure of intelligence, and if attending somewhere like this would mean being surrounded by and becoming a snob, I would rather go to the lowest ranked uni there is.
Any which offers the course i wanted to do.
I'd have been happy to attend the very lowest, if it were right for me.
well my fiirm is bath and insurance is Bristol, but dude it depends what course your doing, i looked at the times website and some of the courses that the lower unis offer have a higher success rate to some of the top 20, but if i had to chose id say bournmoth
Oh man... define "happy" OP. Because I can think of many unis, but it depends on the kind of happiness.
Goldsmiths, University of London - simply because it's part of UoL.
Other than that, Reading probably.
btw dude im going to study Accounting and Finance this year as well