Studying Abroad for a Year in New York Watch

racoon97
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Hey,

Do you know which universities offer placements to study in New York for some time, if so, are these restricted to certain courses or departments?

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It will depend entirely on your university. Each university will have their own links with other universities abroad. The information can usually be found on the websites under the international study section.
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most unis tend to go to really crap places in america
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most unis tend to go to really crap places in america
Define 'crap'? My university (often slated on TSR) has good links with a lot of very good universities all over the world.
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Define 'crap'? My university (often slated on TSR) has good links with a lot of very good universities all over the world.
Glasgow slated? :confused:

//edit: oh wait, I thought you would be studying there, according to your profile.
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Glasgow slated? :confused:
Well it is. But I don't mind, as long as it makes it easier for me to get in (lack of competition).
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Glasgow slated? :confused:

//edit: oh wait, I thought you would be studying there, according to your profile.
I do study at Glasgow, but it is constantly slated on here. Most probably because of the city's 'image'.
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most unis tend to go to really crap places in america
It depends entirely on the university in question. York, for example, has links with various UC campuses and additionally Columbia. Southampton has links with Wisconsin-Madison, which is often referred to as a Public Ivy.
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I do study at Glasgow, but it is constantly slated on here. Most probably because of the city's 'image'.

Glasgow is slated no more than any other unis on here really :rolleyes:
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Glasgow is no slated no more than any other unis on here really :rolleyes:
It is constantly slated on here.
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I do study at Glasgow, but it is constantly slated on here. Most probably because of the city's 'image'.
I didn't quite realize that so far, but I guess there is some point.

Sorry I can't help you with your question, all I know is that the University of New York has got a campus in London, the NYU London, part of a campus network: http://www.nyu.edu/global/london/ maybe they can help you- no idea though =/
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It is constantly slated on here.

Yes, Glasgow has been such a victim :rolleyes:
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Yes, Glasgow has been such a victim :rolleyes:
No, but considering TSR seems to equate age with prestige with quality, Glasgow should be right up there, but it's not. It is generally seen as an average, maybe slightly lower than average university. Usually by people who don't know the first thing about higher education.
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