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    Hi all,

    I'm a politics student currently in my first year at the University of Bristol. I have the option to study abroad for my second year at a host of universities with which the politics department have links.

    I was hoping for any advice or feedback anybody may have on the following universities, based on experience of the place, the university, the course, reputation etc. anything!

    University of California
    University of Austin
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    University of Washington
    Occidental University
    University of British Colombia
    University of Toronto

    All feedback would be welcomed, my deadline for this application is the 30th November so I need to finalise my choices (I get to shortlist 3!)


    I applied and was accepted for International Relations / Politics at Toronto... as it happens I'm going to McGill instead but I know the UofT course is very, very comprehensive. The course options are mind boggling as the dept and uni are so large, I know they have some top notch teaching... however the uni atmosphere is likely to leave something to be desired coming from a UK uni from what I've heard.

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