French and Politics at Edinburgh or International Relations at King's College London? Watch
-Edinburgh course looks great, would be starting French advanced, Politics alongside, possibility to pick up History as part of their 'third course' programme. Also get a year abroad, and the politics honours for third year (although with me taking a year abroad I'd have to do them in my fourth and final year) look like something I'd be really interested in.
-King's International Relations is definitely something I would find interesting, want to go into this field in future anyway, 'up and coming degree' etc. Course is 3 years, could probably do a law conversion course at the end and study a masters. Also, London is London and definitely the epicentre of British politics. Also lots of opportunities/better nightlife etc etc.
-Looked round Edinburgh three times now: at an open day, at an offer holder day and once just to visit the city. Have been to London numerous times but never looked round King's at an open/offer holder day.
-To make matters worse, I must decide by 6th May, but I go travelling next Tuesday for 2 months and have literally no time, except for Saturday, to visit London- half term = no staff to meet me there though.
Any advice/reasons why either uni is good/bad, reasons why either city is good/bad, opinions of the courses would be MASSIVELY appreciated!!!