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    (Original post by Gott)
    No it was German, she said 'if you want to make it really difficult for yourself'. Do they even do this, exchanging between universities?
    You mean she spent part of her degree program in Germany as an exchange student? If so, I guess you should look into individual unis and see which ones have exchange programs.
    But I'm having difficulty understanding how she did this if it was in German and she didn't know any German beforehand. :confused:
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    You mean she spent part of her degree program in Germany as an exchange student? If so, I guess you should look into individual unis and see which ones have exchange programs.
    But I'm having difficulty understanding how she did this if it was in German and she didn't know any German beforehand. :confused:
    It's a mystery
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    Pigfarts, it's on Mars.
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    Dundee for location and the student life is meant to be great, also the law library, still awaiting decision from them but have an unconditional for Abertay to study LLB
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    Central Saint martins

    Art is so subjective so one can never even be sure if they have a chance...


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    Cambridge.

    But they don't do my course so I had to apply elsewhere. <//3
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    (Original post by Coffeetime)
    I'm okay with taking other Classics modules. At least at first. I'd like to take Italian, but we'll see. As for the other languages, I've never taken Latin or Greek, so I really want to do one. Greek appeals to me, but I'm not completely sure. Isn't Intensive Greek/Latin the beginners course?
    Sorry for the late response! Fair enough. Intensive is the beginners course, that was the point I was making-it's intense.
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    University of Oxford, and literally working on my dream to come true.
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    I REALLY want to study English Literature at Oxford. After that, KCL probably, but I haven't looked into it that much yet.
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    (Original post by HarryDn)
    what is it
    Mine was always Durham; I am so lucky to study there
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    Cambridge.

    But they don't do my course so I had to apply elsewhere. <//3
    dentistry?
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    dentistry?
    No, forensic science. :3
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    No, forensic science. :3
    Ah, very esoteric !
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    Stanford!

    Hopefully I can do an MBA there in the future, for now it'll be Nottingham.



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    Me too!! (About the dream school not where I am now)
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    Me too!! (About the dream school not where I am now)
    Yay!! The campus is absolutely stunning, it felt like such a relaxed atmosphere when I visited. And, apparently the university has produced the most entrepreneurs and billionaires in the world.

    What do you like about the place?
    Are you planning on going there for postgrad, in the future?
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    Cam, King's or UCL


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    (Original post by callum_law)
    You know, it's a toss-up between London Met and Bolton. With luck, I'll get to experience both.

    Cambridge or Harvard would be my dreamy dream universities, for obvious reasons.
    Hi Callum, I hope you are okay? It is great to hear you are considering the University of Bolton as one of your options for University.

    Have a look at our forum which will help you get in contact with other students like yourself:

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=853

    I would also like to take this opportunity to invite you to one of our Open Days on 21st March 2015. You can book a space here:

    http://www.bolton.ac.uk/Undergraduat...Days/Home.aspx

    Feel free to ask any questions about our University

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    (Original post by HarryDn)
    what is it
    My dream university would be one that was very close to where I live and have all the subjects I wanted to study to be on the curriculum and there was a ratio of 8 females to 2 males.
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