(Original post by paddy357)
You people realise that LSE doesn't do language degrees or joint degrees involving languages?
Anywho I'm off on my gap year this year, and will be applying for uni this Sept before I go off. I plan on applying to Cambridge (grades allowing), Durham, UCL, Edinburgh and Nottingham for Spanish and ab initio Russian
You know, it's all very well and good talking about which universities to apply for, but at the end of the day you still need those grades (AAA for Cambridge
), which really sucks, especially for A2
Weeeeell back to the previous question, the best unis for Spanish. Cambridge is at the top, followed by (in no particular order) UCL, Kings, Oxford, Nottingham, Edinburgh, Queen Mary, Hull, Bath, Birmingham and Sheffield (see here
for the whole table).
You'll notice that Durham isn't on there, because it's not so good for the ol' Spanish (still applying though).
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