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    I'm an American studying in at Fordham University in NYC. Fordham recently opened a study abroad program at Heythrop, and I will probably go next semester. I am wondering two things

    1) Does anyone know anything about this program? It's pretty new, and classes are isolated from Heythrop ones, so you might not.

    2) How is Heythrop, and would students there, or at any London university, be willing to integrate with us Americans? I planned on studying at LSE (I'm a finance major) but my scholarships wouldn't transfer. I love New York, but Londoners seem like such a good time.

    Any advise regarding Heythrop, London, and how to branch out socially? I don't want to be in an American bubble. Thanks!


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