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    So I'm at uni in Australia and want to apply for study abroad next year. I did one last year to Glasgow uni and it was the best time I ever had, so I'm going to do another semester abroad. Number 1 focus is on fun.

    My uni has pretty sucky choices, but basically the choices are:

    City Uni London: Plus: Pretty good law program, have lots of friends there, good base point for cheap flights. Minus: Used to live/work in London and though it's one of my favourite cities, I do feel a little 'been there, done that'.

    University of Copenhagen: Plus: Beautiful city, good law program in English. Minus: Tough language (though it's not necessary to learn I realise), not much opportunity to travel on the cheap, not sure if they have a good nightlife.

    University of Leeds: Plus: Love the accent, good student life. Minus: I visited a friend of mine when she was at this uni and she didn't have a great time, didn't make many friends, lot of pompous a-holes in her dorm at least.

    Catholic University of Lille: Plus: I love France, the French and the language. Minus: My French is not great, but I'd do an intensive course beforehand if I chose it, Lille's a bit quiet though I was there with family so didn't go clubbing or anything.

    Malmo University: Plus: Never been there so that's kind of exciting, love Sweden. Minus: They don't offer law, so I may not get law credits.

    Swansea University: Plus: I love Wales. Minus: It's Swansea.

    What to do?
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      Not Swansea.

      Haha, you're in Australia and want to possibly come to the UK? Are you clinically insane?
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