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    Hey guys,

    I thought of going to a summer school (was thinking on American or International Law) this summer, both for an extra qualification but mostly for the experience , and I'm just getting a little bit confused after some things I've read online.

    I've always thought Summer school was just short summer courses (1-2 months) where you go and get a qualification at the end of it. Am I right?

    Could you suggest any decent summer schools in the states that have reasonable fees? (Just to get an idea of what people go for, and how I should go about researching it) Is it universities that usually run these programs or different institutions ?

Do you agree with the PM's proposal to cut tuition fees for some courses?

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