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    Hi, I'm thinking about doing Electronic Engineering at uni but because of my dual nationality I could do it in Australia or the UK what do you recommend and why ?

    thanks Sam
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    Personally if I could study in another country I would its another challenge and a new experience
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    You could do it ANYWHERE in the world you like, why settle for those two?
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    I know there's the tuition fee cap in the UK, find out if they have that in Australia. If they don't then it will be MUCH cheaper to study here. Also it might be worth taking into account the way the academic year works differently. Here it's (for universities anyway) early October to mid June, whereas there it's mid January to mid November, although im not sure if thats for universities, might be Feb-Oct. It'll make a difference because if you finish in June and want to start in Australia, you'll have to wait 6 months, which could be a good thing or a bad thing, depending what you want.
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