Foundation year - UCL, St Andrews, Durham or KCLWatch
As many international students, I've chosen to complete the Foundation year to study in the British uni. I want to major in History in the future. So, I received an offer from UCL, St Andrews, Durham and KCL Foundation courses. Which one in your opinion is the best? I'm hoping to study BA History (or MA History if it's St Andrews) in the exact uni when I'll complete my Foundation (I'll try my best!). So, the four courses are:
UCL - UPC in Humanities
King's College London Foundation - International Relations pathway
Durham - BA History with Foundation
St Andrews - Foundation in Social Sciences and Humanities
My top choice was UCL UPCH but many people here (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=783814) don't recommend going there at all. They say that even many students with good marks in UPCH don't receive an offer from UCL and it's kinda discouraging Is it really not worth it as they said?
Give me some advice, please Which Foundation courses of these 4 will you recommend me? Feel free to share your experience, it's very important for me now!
Hope you make the right choice!
Does anyone have any new information on how competitive the entry to any of these programmes is? Also which among the schools i mentioned is the best and relevant to apply to other top schools after the foundation programme (LSE)