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    Hey ,

    I am new here and I've got a question
    I am very interested in a Linguistics or Communication (PR) Course. But I unfortunately can't obtain the German "Abitur". So I will only get the "Fachhochschulreife". But my dream is to study in the UK.
    So I searched the internet for some informations, if I could study with the "Fachhochschulreife" in the UK.
    I found 8 Universities who accept the "Fachhochschulreife".


    1. Anglia Ruskin University
    2. Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh
    3. London Metropolitan University
    4. Bournemouth University
    5. University of East London
    6. Nottingham Trent University
    7. University of Westminster
    8. Queen Mary College (They said, that in some cases the QMC will accept the "Fachhochschulreife" (I've already contacted the QMC) )


    My general question is: Which University do you recommend for me?

    Of course I will try to get into QMC, but there are chances, that they won't accept me.
    The University should have a good reputation, so after the Bachelor I could get my Master at a good University (Oxbridge, St. Andrews, UCL, KCL... )


    I hope you can help with my problem .
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    Hellooo?
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    What you need to do is type in 'uk university league table' in google and compare the unis that you have listed... This will show you how good the unis are as well as their rankings.


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    Don't just go by league tables. Of those unis, I'd probably say not to go for London Met or Uni of East London, as they don't have the best reputations. The others are all perfectly OK. Look on their websites and read everything you can about them. A lot of unis have videos and virtual tours etc on their websites, so research them yourself and decide which is best for you
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    (Original post by lascelles)
    Don't just go by league tables. Of those unis, I'd probably say not to go for London Met or Uni of East London, as they don't have the best reputations. The others are all perfectly OK. Look on their websites and read everything you can about them. A lot of unis have videos and virtual tours etc on their websites, so research them yourself and decide which is best for you
    London met and east london are at the bottom anyways...
    And he/she wants a uni with good reputation so that's why I said look at the league table


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