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    I want to study physics and astronomy in Scotland, and the only providers I can find are Glasgow, Edinburgh and St Andrews. I don't know if i should even apply to St Andrews though because I know I won't be able to afford to live there, even if I get in. Should I bother applying to St A at all?
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    Ok first off, are you Scottish and if so what did you get in 5th year? Also, St Andrews isn't that expensive conpaired to Edinburgh or Glasgow really. Some other universities in Scotland offer the odd module in an astrophysics-related thing plus there is nothing stopping you from doing a BSc in physics and then doing a MSc in astrophysics/astronomy.
 
 
 
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