Hey guys, so far I've gotten offers from UCL, Bristol, and Edinburgh, and I'm waiting to hear back from Durham and St. Andrews. I've also applied to NYU in America and University of British Columbia in Canada, though I'm likely going to choose one in the UK. What uni do you think would be best?
-Plenty of fieldwork opportunities, and they seem to be mandatory and included in tuition which is nice
-My offer includes a year abroad if I choose to do that, also there is an option to switch from the human side to the science side if I want
-Can't find much info on fieldwork, though I'm sure they have it
-Also an offer for year abroad
-Offer is for Geography and social anthropology which is nice
-Good opportunities for fieldwork though I can't figure out if the price is included in tuition
-Respected geography program
-Has fieldwork opportunities, though cost is not included
-Offer is for Geography and International Relations (I probably won't get in)
-Not a lot of research opportunities
Geography at UCL, Bristol, Edinburgh, Durham, or St. Andrews?
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