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I would love to study Spanish at university. Of course, there are so many options to choose from, these are my top 6-

1. University of Cambridge - Spanish and ab initio Portuguese
2. Univeristy of Southampton - Spanish and Portuguese
3. University of Warwick - Hispanic Studies/ Lingustics with Spanish
4. University of Bristol - Hispanic Studies/ Spanish and Portuguese
5. University of Manchester - Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies
6. University of York - Spanish and Linguistics/ Spanish and Italian.

I've been writing my personal statement but because these courses are not all the same, I can't just say 'I'd love to study ...' as they are all different. Is there a way of getting around this or can I just apply for one of these 'types' of course like Spanish and Portuguese? Should I be including all of them in my personal statement? (I know I can only apply to five, I'm still deciding)

Thank you so much!!!
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I would love to study Spanish at university. Of course, there are so many options to choose from, these are my top 6-

1. University of Cambridge - Spanish and ab initio Portuguese
2. Univeristy of Southampton - Spanish and Portuguese
3. University of Warwick - Hispanic Studies/ Lingustics with Spanish
4. University of Bristol - Hispanic Studies/ Spanish and Portuguese
5. University of Manchester - Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies
6. University of York - Spanish and Linguistics/ Spanish and Italian.

I've been writing my personal statement but because these courses are not all the same, I can't just say 'I'd love to study ...' as they are all different. Is there a way of getting around this or can I just apply for one of these 'types' of course like Spanish and Portuguese? Should I be including all of them in my personal statement? (I know I can only apply to five, I'm still deciding)

Thank you so much!!!
You could touch on the fact that you also want to learn other languages.
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You could touch on the fact that you also want to learn other languages.
Should I just say, I would like to study Spanish then? Thank you
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Should I just say, I would like to study Spanish then? Thank you
Yes but also mention you're intrigued by other European cultures(try naming a region).
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Yes but also mention you're intrigued by other European cultures(try naming a region).
Thank you! I'm writing it now, will definitley include this
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