Conversation Between 21stcenturyphantom and xmarilynx
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I would say I'm very proficient but I haven't achieved native level fluency yet, my accent scares French children
There are other ways to do it, as I personally have neither (well, my parents are generous with what they have, but they're not rich so I can't live off them and would probably feel too guilty even if I could), but had I known how hard it was going to be financially I would definitely have thought twice about it as living off bar work wages isn't easy.
I would say I'm very proficient but I haven't achieved native level fluency yet, my accent scares French children I'm really enjoying studying here, I love my course, my uni, my friends and of course the city itself
You're welcome, and good luck with the rest of college and UCAS stuff
Ah okay now I understand; thank you. Regarding finance, yes I thought that's what might be the case, scholarship or generous relatives.
I don't plan on applying for foreign universities myself, I was just curious. How are you finding studying in Paris by the way? I am presuming you are already fluent in French? Thanks for taking the time to reply.
Thought I'd write here so the thread doesn't go off topic I'm not an expert on applications for all foreign unis as I've only ever applied in the UK and France, but basically just apply directly to the university in question or use the country's centralised uni application system (like UCAS) if they have one. No government funding unfortunately, so unless you find a scholarship or your parents are very generous, financially it can be extremely difficult (tuition fees in France may be free, but rent is not ).