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Manchester U or U of Auckland, England or New Zealand? watch

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    I am from France, lived here for far too long and have always wanted to go abroad.

    New Zealand has always been at the top of my must-go places, however tuition fees would be very expensive, twice or three times more expensive than in Europe.. and I am just not sure about the University over there, haven't found much information other than how it doesn't have much of a student campus feel...and is quite boring?
    So if anyone knows anything about the university of Auckland that'd be great!

    People from the Manchester University subforum seem to really enjoy themselves so I couldn't go wrong going there.

    Both have reputed triple accredited business school so I don't really care which is better, either should be good enough.
    Although Manchester U does have much higher entry requirements, would that mean that courses, exams, are harder?


    better weather, 5th highest quality of life (!), a lot of outdoor activities at reach


    better student life (possibly), cheaper, hm...what else?

    I am also wondering which country has better job prospects?
    I have read about more and more british moving to New Zealand, can't remember what the reasons were...:p:

    Any suggestions, thoughts, opinions I would really appreciate
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