Aston or Brunel the best for masters


Suja
Hey,
I just got an offer from Brunel University and Aston University for MSc in Management course for a year in Aston and 16 months in Brunel.
I like both of the universities and like Brunel as it is situated in London and has a large campus. I think both are ranked quite good. But can anyone give me an advice on which to choose as I don't know much about Birmingham (place) and please enlighten me with which is the best out of it in student life (Nightlife, Unions and stuff).
I personally have a concern on Aston's campus (small and heard about racism)other than that I am okay, Birmingham as a place is it lively like London?

Any suggestions and feedbacks is well appreciated please do help .
Hey,
I just got an offer from Brunel University and Aston University for MSc in Management course for a year in Aston and 16 months in Brunel.
I like both of the universities and like Brunel as it is situated in London and has a large campus. I think both are ranked quite good. But can anyone give me an advice on which to choose as I don't know much about Birmingham (place) and please enlighten me with which is the best out of it in student life (Nightlife, Unions and stuff).
I personally have a concern on Aston's campus (small and heard about racism)other than that I am okay, Birmingham as a place is it lively like London?

Any suggestions and feedbacks is well appreciated please do help .
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Brunel's MSc is ranked in the FT, albeit close to the bottom, while Aston's isn't ranked at all (it dropped out of the ranking last year, I believe.)

Some would say that Brunel is only in London in name only - look at it on a map.

However, I would still lean towards Brunel based on the current rankings. Are these your only options?
Brunel's MSc is ranked in the FT, albeit close to the bottom, while Aston's isn't ranked at all (it dropped out of the ranking last year, I believe.)

Some would say that Brunel is only in London in name only - look at it on a map.

However, I would still lean towards Brunel based on the current rankings. Are these your only options?
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Suja
Brunel's MSc is ranked in the FT, albeit close to the bottom, while Aston's isn't ranked at all (it dropped out of the ranking last year, I believe.)

Some would say that Brunel is only in London in name only - look at it on a map.

However, I would still lean towards Brunel based on the current rankings. Are these your only options?


Yea these are the only best option for Msc for spring intake. But I've heard got responses on to join Aston as it is better in teaching and job prospects rather than Brunel which hasn't got much as before
[quote]Brunel's MSc is ranked in the FT, albeit close to the bottom, while Aston's isn't ranked at all (it dropped out of the ranking last year, I believe.)

Some would say that Brunel is only in London in name only - look at it on a map.

However, I would still lean towards Brunel based on the current rankings. Are these your only options? [/quote]

Yea these are the only best option for Msc for spring intake. But I've heard got responses on to join Aston as it is better in teaching and job prospects rather than Brunel which hasn't got much as before
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