Any specific answer to your questions can be nothing better than a wild guess, since there are simply too many factors which cannot be controlled. One school cannot be judged "easier" or "harder" than another because it all depends on the teachers, the textbooks, and the teaching strategies involved in individual courses, the policies which are enforced, and about a million other considerations. Your best course of action is to make a choice based on your intuition, your personal research into the matter, and which of the two campuses appeals most to you. If those strategies do not produce a clear choice, then you lose nothing by simply tossing a coin into the air and choosing whichever one comes up. That's just as effective a way as collecting wild guesses from strangers about which school is "easier," "harder," "offers the better education," or whatever. Since you do not know anything about the reliability of the people providing the answers, you're just as well off to take a total shot in the dark.