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But a good degree from one will take him further than a mediocre one from the other
so the question for me would eb where is he more likely to succeed.
The big difference is that Essex is a campus university, where he'd be in a bit of a bubble with loads of people over 20years younger than himself. Which he might find exhilarating or could find lonely and depressing.
Whereas if he was a student in Liverpool, there'd be plenty of non-student things to do and he could have a more rounded life. Equally though as Andy Van der Meyde would say theres's a lot more temptations in Liverpool, which given the efforts Leon's made to turn things around for himself might be something to consider.
Research shows that where you srudy is possibly more important than what. Essex is perceived to be and probably is a better university. A good degree from Essex will take you further than its equivalent at LJM. This is, of course, a putely career perspective and there are other things in life, not least tur beloved Blues.
me a place to study law.
The brain says go with Essex as I'd still be close to the family and I would get to see my baby niece Wynter grow up.
My heart says Liverpool as for the next four years I would be able to see Everton play at Goodison which would be a dream come true.
Either way I'M GOING TO ####IN UNIVERSITY!!