Plz help me to decide. Manchester vs Bristol


i am so confused when making the final decision!

I apply LLM in 2013-2014 in Uk and fortunately i had got several offers. I chose Manchester and Bristol as my final choices, but i just can't choose which one to go.

Can anybody help me to analyse and light me a road?
i am so confused when making the final decision!

I apply LLM in 2013-2014 in Uk and fortunately i had got several offers. I chose Manchester and Bristol as my final choices, but i just can't choose which one to go.

Can anybody help me to analyse and light me a road?
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I don't know much about Manchester's LLM other than their standard of teaching is well respected too but my senior who has done her LLM at Durham told me that Manchester is not a good place for oversea students to live, however, If you have got an offer for International Commercial from Bristol like me, I am feeling uneasy with their modules in this program that I can pick up only 4 subjects.
On account of this, I may choose Warwick which give me an offer in International Economic law or Durham where have less examination. Anyway, I still cannot ignore Bristol's position in ranking and its sense of urban lifestyle. Don't believe me, I am an oversea student from Thailand who have never been to the UK. I am looking forward to see others' opinion as well.
I don't know much about Manchester's LLM other than their standard of teaching is well respected too but my senior who has done her LLM at Durham told me that Manchester is not a good place for oversea students to live, however, If you have got an offer for International Commercial from Bristol like me, I am feeling uneasy with their modules in this program that I can pick up only 4 subjects.
On account of this, I may choose Warwick which give me an offer in International Economic law or Durham where have less examination. Anyway, I still cannot ignore Bristol's position in ranking and its sense of urban lifestyle. Don't believe me, I am an oversea student from Thailand who have never been to the UK. I am looking forward to see others' opinion as well.
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As a Bristol alumnus, I would go for Bristol. I am not sure of the teaching at Manchester. However, I would say that the quality of teaching is second to none.

The city itself is closed to everywhere especially London. Bristol is a self-contained city where you can enjoy many things. Sure thing, the weather is a lot more better than in Manchester.

So, Be in the South!!!
As a Bristol alumnus, I would go for Bristol. I am not sure of the teaching at Manchester. However, I would say that the quality of teaching is second to none.

The city itself is closed to everywhere especially London. Bristol is a self-contained city where you can enjoy many things. Sure thing, the weather is a lot more better than in Manchester.

So, Be in the South!!!
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Wheretogo_
Agreed!

Bristol all the way. A very good law school and not to mention the facilities and city compared to Manchester!
Agreed!

Bristol all the way. A very good law school and not to mention the facilities and city compared to Manchester!
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As a Bristol alumnus, I would go for Bristol. I am not sure of the teaching at Manchester. However, I would say that the quality of teaching is second to none.

The city itself is closed to everywhere especially London. Bristol is a self-contained city where you can enjoy many things. Sure thing, the weather is a lot more better than in Manchester.

So, Be in the South!!!


Thank u for yr advice!
I really love Bristol and i already accepted this school, but someone just told me that the living expenses in brstol are as high as in london. I am afraid that whether my family can afford me and whether bristol worth for this price.
<blockquote>As a Bristol alumnus, I would go for Bristol. I am not sure of the teaching at Manchester. However, I would say that the quality of teaching is second to none.

The city itself is closed to everywhere especially London. Bristol is a self-contained city where you can enjoy many things. Sure thing, the weather is a lot more better than in Manchester.

So, Be in the South!!!</blockquote>

Thank u for yr advice!
I really love Bristol and i already accepted this school, but someone just told me that the living expenses in brstol are as high as in london. I am afraid that whether my family can afford me and whether bristol worth for this price.
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Wheretogo_
Agree with Bristol !!!!

Living expenses are not as high as in London, surely the rooms for students are going to be cheaper. Overall you won't spend as much money as in London not to mention the tuition fees!

Good luck and enjoy your LLM!
Agree with Bristol !!!!

Living expenses are not as high as in London, surely the rooms for students are going to be cheaper. Overall you won't spend as much money as in London not to mention the tuition fees!

Good luck and enjoy your LLM!
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