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    Ok so this is my first time posting on TSR so please forgive any ignorance . I'm 17 years old and leaving for university next year. I was born in Kenya and have lived here my whole life. I got good IG grades and have just finished my AS exams in Bio, Chem, Maths and History. I have an aptitude for, and enjoy science (although I have a passion for History as well). So i'm at the point where I have decided to go after a career in Science. But I am absolutely torn between studying in NZL (beautiful, good people and chilled lifestyle) or the UK (better uni's, closer to home and a much more popular choice. I would really appreciate any info on life as a student in these two places. Sorry for the long post!
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