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none of the American topic links work :\
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nice post bro
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(Original post by <A-S-H-I-Q-U-E>)
Other International Universities around the Globe

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Taking a long time to get this list made, it must be epic!
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none of the links work
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Hi. Could you perhaps post something on European universities offering courses in English rather than the epic, other universities...
There seems to be a lot of questions about this. I'm interested in French universities in particular.
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I am also investigating business courses taught in English around Europe, mostly France, Nethelands, Denmark and Italy. I am finding it tricky to gauge their relative reputations and would really appreciate any help.
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Could someone provide me with links to at least one of the following;

France
Belgium (Wallonia area NOT Flanders area)
Switzerland
Monaco
New Caledonia

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Also looking for reputable English undergraduate programs. So far:

Germany
http://www.ucf.uni-freiburg.de/pdf/u...ure_102012.pdf

and http://www.daad.de/deutschland/en/ for more general info on studying in Germany.

The Netherlands

there are a couple of separate forums here on TSR, but to start with:
http://www.auc.nl/
http://www.roac.nl/roac/
http://www.uu.nl/university/college/...spx?refer=/ucu
http://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/w...etherlands.htm

France
http://www.aup.edu/

Belgium
the ones I know aren't that robust and are rather expensive (Boston University, Vesalius)
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Hello,
i am a french student, was studing in romania. i was obliged to stop the school (for personal reasons) at the begining of the 4th year. i am now thinking about transferring from romania to any other european country. i tried france but they dont accept any transfer from romania. i would like to continue medical studies in a western school that has an english program. i consider any country other than eastern ones. can you please help with some advices? thank you
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Where can i find a similar guide for Uni Study in Sweden , really want to go there.
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(Original post by dingazi)
Hello, I have a couple of questions for whoever has studied\will study in Sweden, specifically in Uppsala or Lund, and will be so kind as to answer me. (:
These two questions regard entry requirements and student life for an international masters student.
I will apply to masters in media and communication science at Uppsala and film & media production or Applied Cultural Analysis in LUND.If there anybody who have the information,please give me some advices,thanks a lot~
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1、it is said that LUND did much better in literature studies,while the Uppsala is ranking the N0.1 in Sweden.I'd like to know that is the most important feature in choosing from them?If it is right for me to make it like this:if I would like to find a job there,I have to study in a unniversity who perphomes better in that field.
2、I know UU and LU are both famous universities,and when I filling the application form,which one should I put in the first palce ,and why?
3、As far as I know,the number of applicators who would like to go to LUND is bigger than that of Uppsala,and I don't know why?
Thanks again for anyone who could give me an reply~
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Google study in Sweden , the rest explains itself


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For any internationals who a looking to take the IELTS for their universities, I highly recommend http://geniustuition.uk/IELTS.html for anyone who wants free IELTS resources, as well as the option to sit a full mock exam online with the tutor, who gives personalised feedback on each answer so you can see where you're at before sitting the real thing.
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