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    (Original post by j.parry)
    Oh okay Where about if you don't mind me asking?
    I don't mind, Redcar
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    1. Philosophy and Economics
    2. Conditional (AAA)
    3. York
    4. Working hard on it!
    5. No
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    (Original post by smcgoldrick95)
    yaa definitely...i was gonna audition for college theater but i decided ESPS was wayyy better suited for me

    (Original post by ankhitp)
    Wow, another fellow American?! We should definitely have an American club when we get there
    Hey hey hey fellow ESPSers (:

    I got an offer for ESPS in December and then and offer for International Politics at KCL. To be quite honest I'm torn between the two to the point that I feel like I have two personalities. Could you guys put share the most appealing aspects of the course for you? But also, the advantage UCL has over KCL in more general terms?

    Thanks in advance for your help, and see you in September maybe (:

    1. ESPS
    2. I have met the conditions of my offer already
    3. My insurance would be KCL, but that should be irrelevant if I firm UCL
    4. See 2. (;
    5. I have never lived in London and it will be a strange feeling to come live in Europe, but its exciting too. Can't wait to embrace all the opportunities available in Europe's biggest city (:
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    History and Russian
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    Probably not but one can hope
    Yes up in Greenwich for a month
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    (Original post by dcautain)
    Hey hey hey fellow ESPSers (:

    I got an offer for ESPS in December and then and offer for International Politics at KCL. To be quite honest I'm torn between the two to the point that I feel like I have two personalities. Could you guys put share the most appealing aspects of the course for you? But also, the advantage UCL has over KCL in more general terms?

    Thanks in advance for your help, and see you in September maybe (:

    1. ESPS
    2. I have met the conditions of my offer already
    3. My insurance would be KCL, but that should be irrelevant if I firm UCL
    4. See 2. (;
    5. I have never lived in London and it will be a strange feeling to come live in Europe, but its exciting too. Can't wait to embrace all the opportunities available in Europe's biggest city (:
    ESPSers? Brilliant, I've been looking for other people in the program, hello!

    I just got my offer for ESPS a week or two ago, and I'm still waiting on Kings. I'm afraid I can't be much of a help in deciding though, as I am in the same sort of situation.

    1. ESPS (Specialization in International Relations)
    2. Graduating from my current program while maintaining my grades
    3. I have yet to decide. I still have to hear back from KCL, Bath, and Kent, though I also have an offer from Royal Holloway which looks like a pretty nice school, if not quite as good as UCL. But as my conditions were fairly lax I don't think I will have a problem fulfilling them.
    4. Yes
    5. Nope. And I've only visited once. To be honest I don't know a single person on the European Continent. Yet I'm still extraordinarily excited.
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    (Original post by moonlightsonata)
    1. Philosophy and Economics
    2. Conditional (AAA)
    3. York
    4. Working hard on it!
    5. No
    Ah well done, hopefully see you in Sept
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    (Original post by Theta)
    ESPSers? Brilliant, I've been looking for other people in the program, hello!

    I just got my offer for ESPS a week or two ago, and I'm still waiting on Kings. I'm afraid I can't be much of a help in deciding though, as I am in the same sort of situation.

    1. ESPS (Specialization in International Relations)
    2. Graduating from my current program while maintaining my grades
    3. I have yet to decide. I still have to hear back from KCL, Bath, and Kent, though I also have an offer from Royal Holloway which looks like a pretty nice school, if not quite as good as UCL. But as my conditions were fairly lax I don't think I will have a problem fulfilling them.
    4. Yes
    5. Nope. And I've only visited once. To be honest I don't know a single person on the European Continent. Yet I'm still extraordinarily excited.
    Go for UCL
    It's got a better international reputation, and ESPS offers a lot more freedom with the course if you even want to switch things around.
    Also, you get a year abroad which is pretty much a dream.
    I've done a lot of research and talked to many people about this, so PM me if you want to know more

    (Original post by dcautain)
    Hey hey hey fellow ESPSers (:

    I got an offer for ESPS in December and then and offer for International Politics at KCL. To be quite honest I'm torn between the two to the point that I feel like I have two personalities. Could you guys put share the most appealing aspects of the course for you? But also, the advantage UCL has over KCL in more general terms?

    Thanks in advance for your help, and see you in September maybe (:

    1. ESPS
    2. I have met the conditions of my offer already
    3. My insurance would be KCL, but that should be irrelevant if I firm UCL
    4. See 2. (;
    5. I have never lived in London and it will be a strange feeling to come live in Europe, but its exciting too. Can't wait to embrace all the opportunities available in Europe's biggest city (:
    HI fellow ESPSrs
    I'm so excited for the course, I got my offer in January and I still can't wrap my head around it!
    I really hope we all make the conditionals!
    Where are you all from?
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    Hey everyone! Looking forward to meeting everyone in September!

    1. Law (M100)
    2. Unconditional
    3. n/a
    4. n/a
    5. Nope. I'm an international student. I'm from Trinidad and Tobago to be exact!
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    1. Philosophy (V500)
    2. Unconditional
    3. -
    4. -
    5. Nope, and I've never lived in the UK before either. However, I've been to London enough times to know that I hate the underground and love the parks. It is going to be wonderful to live in a city with endless opportunities for discovery!
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    (Original post by citigirl)
    Go for UCL
    It's got a better international reputation, and ESPS offers a lot more freedom with the course if you even want to switch things around.
    Also, you get a year abroad which is pretty much a dream.
    I've done a lot of research and talked to many people about this, so PM me if you want to know more



    HI fellow ESPSrs
    I'm so excited for the course, I got my offer in January and I still can't wrap my head around it!
    I really hope we all make the conditionals!
    Where are you all from?
    Sooo It looks like I'll be firming ESPS. Its got more of a spark than what KCL has to offer (:

    I'm European but I've only lived in Europe for a total of three years in my life... (:

    For ESPS, what languages/specialisations are you guys planning on studying? I'm thinking of German, with History and Political Science (Comparative Politics)... but I'm so tempted to take courses in all the different departments (:
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    (Original post by dcautain)
    Sooo It looks like I'll be firming ESPS. Its got more of a spark than what KCL has to offer (:

    I'm European but I've only lived in Europe for a total of three years in my life... (:

    For ESPS, what languages/specialisations are you guys planning on studying? I'm thinking of German, with History and Political Science (Comparative Politics)... but I'm so tempted to take courses in all the different departments (:
    WOOOOOOOOOO UCL.
    WOOOOOOOOOOO GERMAN.
    Ok I am calm now, honest
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    1. Russian Studies
    2. AAB
    3. Queen Mary London
    4. I hope so!!!! Have to work my ass off
    5. Yes I was born there, but moved to Northern Ireland

    I really hope I get in! Words can't describe how happy I'll be
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    (Original post by Jamiebennett)
    1. RV71 Russian and History
    2. AAB
    3. Canterbury (but not going to go if i don't get into UCL)
    4. Yeh, completed Eng Lit now so if CW doesn't go down I will get the A* and got As in both the other 2 at AS
    5. Nope, but i love the busy atmosphere!

    Yay another Russian applicant!!! Do you do Russian at A-levels??
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    (Original post by cl_steele)
    History and Russian
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    QMUL
    Probably not but one can hope
    Yes up in Greenwich for a month

    We've firmed/ insured the same places!! what did you apply for in QMUL? I've just applied for straight Russian in both UCL and QMUL! Maybe i'll be seeing you in Sept!! ps I also lived in Greenwich hahaha!
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    (Original post by isabelinoue)
    Yay another Russian applicant!!! Do you do Russian at A-levels??
    No, I will be starting from scratch how about you?
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    1. medicine
    2. 38 ib 6 chem and bio 18 total for HL subjects
    3. manchester
    4. hope so!
    5. yeah 4 months at whitechapel (east london)
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    Geography BA
    It was unconditional
    No insurance
    Haven't technically lived in London but live right at the end of the tube line so very close!

    And this is my first post eeeeee
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    (Original post by isabelinoue)
    We've firmed/ insured the same places!! what did you apply for in QMUL? I've just applied for straight Russian in both UCL and QMUL! Maybe i'll be seeing you in Sept!! ps I also lived in Greenwich hahaha!
    Well maybe it is a small world after all?
    Ah at QMUL I applied for politics and IR:/ alwell what made ya choose Russian courses?
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    (Original post by Jamiebennett)
    No, I will be starting from scratch how about you?
    wow I'm so excited for you, it's an amazing language! I've been studying it for around 5 years now, I absolutely love it!
 
 
 
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