The UCAS deadline to pick your university is fast approaching. But, if you've been fortunate enough to receive more than one offer - it's not always that easy to pick the one which is right for you.

If you received all the decisions from the universities you applied to by 8 June, you will need to pick the one you want to go to by 28 June.

If you're absolutely sure - great. But if you're not, then don't worry. We're here to help you consider which university is going to be the right one for you.

If we've missed anything, or you've got any tips - let us know in the comments box below.

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  • Housing

    It's a good idea to check out rental prices before you pick a university. If money is an issue you may want to opt for a town which is less expensive. Cardiff has very cheap housing, whereas Birmingham is more expensive.

  • Martin Williams

  • Living At Home

    If financial issues are your priority, living at home could save a lot of money. Bear in mind however, commuting to and from university - particularly during the winter. An hour-long journey may not seem much at the time, but it will add up when you have to stay late to finish work

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  • Zandi Coles

  • Check League Tables

    Whether its student satisfaction or graduate prospects which are important to you, make sure to check out where your university ranks. <a href="http://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/league-tables/rankings?o=Satisfaction" target="_hplink">The Complete University Guide</a> has released its league table for 2013, as has <a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/table/2012/may/21/university-league-table-2013" target="_hplink">the Guardian.</a>

  • Crime Rates

    <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2012/06/19/university-guide-london-university-crime-rates_n_1607913.html?1340099273" target="_hplink">Crime rates have just been published for most universities.</a> If you're concerned about safety, make sure you check them out before deciding.

  • Nightlife

    It's simple really; if you love to party, don't go to a quiet town. Exeter and Swansea universities are both relatively small, with more pubs than clubs. Leeds and Manchester however, are well known for their vibrant nightlife.

  • Alistair Cook

  • Alastair Cowen

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  • Phil Moss

  • Juliet Swann