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Hi there,

I am interested in knowing which are the recommended colleges under both these universities......I am not looking for all girls colleges....

Thank you

Regards,
Archana
Hi there,

I am interested in knowing which are the recommended colleges under both these universities......I am not looking for all girls colleges....

Thank you

Regards,
Archana
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Mark W
There's almost no difference - especially at Master's level because the Seminars / Tutorials / Lectures etc will have nothing to do with your college. College is basically going to be somewhere to sleep and eat meals, choose whichever one you like (or whichever takes you).
There's almost no difference - especially at Master's level because the Seminars / Tutorials / Lectures etc will have nothing to do with your college. College is basically going to be somewhere to sleep and eat meals, choose whichever one you like (or whichever takes you).
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Thank you Mark...that's actually very helpful.....

Regards,
Archana
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Thank you Mark...that's actually very helpful.....

Regards,
Archana
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tynagh
Hello Archana!
I agree with Mark, however, be careful in choosing a college especially if you prefer college accomodation. Some of them may be a real disappointment in terms of services or hidden costs in addition to routines (like "kitchen fixed charges" etc.).
All the best,
tynagh
Hello Archana!
I agree with Mark, however, be careful in choosing a college especially if you prefer college accomodation. Some of them may be a real disappointment in terms of services or hidden costs in addition to routines (like "kitchen fixed charges" etc.).
All the best,
tynagh
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blufolder
There's almost no difference...


While that may be correct in as far as it goes, that does *not* mean that all the colleges are the same. They differ in size, location, vibe, wealth, traditions, facilities, strengths, etc. Spend some time on the Colleges' website, on the MCR (postgrad students) websites of each College, and on the Colleges' Wikipedia pages.

That way you are at least making an informed decision when you "choose whichever one you like".
<blockquote>There's almost no difference...</blockquote>

While that may be correct in as far as it goes, that does *not* mean that all the colleges are the same. They differ in size, location, vibe, wealth, traditions, facilities, strengths, etc. Spend some time on the Colleges' website, on the MCR (postgrad students) websites of each College, and on the Colleges' Wikipedia pages.

That way you are at least making an informed decision when you "choose whichever one you like".
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Thank you Tynagh and Blufolder for your inputs....really appreciate the help.

Regards,
Archana
Thank you Tynagh and Blufolder for your inputs....really appreciate the help.

Regards,
Archana
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tynagh
You are welcome. Personally, I would recommend Queen's and Darwin Colleges in Cambridge and I would say don't go for Clare. In Oxford, Balliol and Magdalene are the most popular ones for law graduates as far as I know. Good luck!
You are welcome. Personally, I would recommend Queen's and Darwin Colleges in Cambridge and I would say don't go for Clare. In Oxford, Balliol and Magdalene are the most popular ones for law graduates as far as I know. Good luck!
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Hey Thank you once again for your help...

I am in fact working on my Cambridge application right now :)

Regards,
Archana
Hey Thank you once again for your help...

I am in fact working on my Cambridge application right now :)

Regards,
Archana
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