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    (Original post by Liberal 123)
    You never know Hillary or Trump might win re-election
    That's what I mean by not in power.
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    Canada, Japan and New Zealand.
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    (Original post by WeslshStudent101)
    That's what I mean by not in power.
    You going to be waiting a long time if they win re-election
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    For those of you in the UK, are you thinking of moving to another country after you have completed your education?

    If so, which country, and why?
    After Brexit 100% once I've finished uni I want to move to Canada or maybe even Austraila.We'll see closer to the time.
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    For those of you in the UK, are you thinking of moving to another country after you have completed your education?

    If so, which country, and why?
    south korea definitely! me and my cousin are planning on moving there....someday...hopefully
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    I moved from Scotland to Chile when I was 8 and am literally moving to London in like 6 days
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    Did go through a phase where I wanted to live in the US for about a year but... yeah that moment has passed
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    Would like to go to Canada or United Arab Emirates
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    For those of you in the UK, are you thinking of moving to another country after you have completed your education?

    If so, which country, and why?
    Back to Ireland - for uni and because the EU...I'm getting the **** outta here!
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    I guess I want to move around. Maybe Germany, Austria, Japan, Australia, USA, or even just stay in the UK.
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    I have been living in Spain and, my god, is it not a country to work in. The abuse of employees is insane. I even get an easier ride than the natives being a EFL teacher but I've seen some terrible abuses in large companies. Retiring here must be fantastic, though. I would like to give a try to Norway in the future.
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    (Original post by Rather_Cynical)
    That sounds a lot like my plans! I feel Canada might not necessarily have the potential for STEM career growth (both pay and no. of workers) but has fewer political/cultural problems that seem to come hand-in-hand with the US like its obsession/fantastism with guns and religion.

    The pay is good for Chemical/Material/Nuclear Engineers in the US though (starting salary approx 60,000 to 70,000 USD typical).

    I'm seriously considering Shanghai and certain rich provinces of China too, they're really investing in developing the nation's scientific enterprises to outcompete the US and the Chinese government has considerably deep pockets to do mega research/industrial projects.

    France/Germany invests heavily into science and shouldn't be facing a major economic crisis anytime soon, might be worth looking into before Brexit happens.
    OMG thanks!!!:excited::excited::excited::excited:
    I still got a least 5 years here. Doing my last year of A-level then will be doing my degree and masters. I considered Canada do to the politics, guns and police as I'm a minority with mental health and disabilities, I've seen and heard that the USA police are not that patient. If that wasn't the problem would sooooo move there as I would love to work with NASA at some point and be in an area with amazing weather!!!!. :grouphugs::grin::giggle::happy2:

    So you're looking at doing engineering?

    #STEMisAwesome!!
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    (Original post by ckfeister)
    Italy or Britain for me, because bf is from Italy and he doesn't like that UK left EU, so he most likely moving back after university here... he got the impression that all brexiters are colony wannabes, racists, bigots, ignorances, aargorant, anti-immigration, anti-LBGT, nationalist (when its only 0.5% crackpots)
    >implying the last 3 are bad things
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    (Original post by TheIr0nDuke)
    >implying the last 3 are bad things
    They all bad.
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    (Original post by ckfeister)
    They all bad.
    In your opinion.
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    Switzerland/Singapore/Luxembourg
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    (Original post by TheIr0nDuke)
    In your opinion.
    So telling someone from another piece of land to f* off home is a good thing? What about the early humans who came to UK?
    Telling someone who is in LBGT that its a choice? Do you not read NHS website on sexuality?
    You think nationalism is good? What about Nazi Germany?

    Ignorant.
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    (Original post by ckfeister)
    So telling someone from another piece of land to f* off home is a good thing? What about the early humans who came to UK?
    Telling someone who is in LBGT that its a choice? Do you not read NHS website on sexuality?
    You think nationalism is good? What about Nazi Germany?

    Ignorant.
    Hahahahahah

    Being anti immigration doesn't mean you hate foreigners.

    Being anti gay marriage doesn't mean you hate homosexuals.

    Nazi Germany was also socialist. By your logic, we should hate socialism too.

    Pitiful attempt
 
 
 
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