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What's it like doing a Semester/ year abroad in America?

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    Hi, grades permitting I'm due to start studying English at the University of Nottingham this September. In the 2nd semester of my 2nd year, I'm able to go on study abroad, and I'm particularly interested in the North American options, as an English student the options are University of Tennessee in Knoxville, University of Connecticut in Storrs, and University of British Columbia in Vancouver. Does anyone know anything about these universities? Obviously I haven't even started my degree yet, so I don't have any serious considerations to make yet, but now I've finished my exams and getting excited for uni I was wondering about all my opportunities, including study abroad, so if anyone knows anything about those unis, that would be fantastic. Thanks! Also, I think a couple of people on this thread are heading to Manchester Uni, just thought I'd mention I'm from and currently live in Manchester!


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