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    I'm an international student from South America and I don't know what to do. I have a unconditional offer for International Relations at St. Andrews and a conditional offer for History and International Studies at QUB. Can anybody help me ? What are the pro and cos of each one ? I know that St. Andrews has a lot of international student but what about Belfast?

    Thanks for the help!
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    St Andrews is very famous for International Relations and it is a much more prestigious university than Queen's University Belfast. The higher education system in Scotland allows you to take two, sometimes three subjects for at least the first two years of your degree, so you could study history with IR at St Andrews if you wanted to. QUB has very, very few international students; it's a good university, but the majority of your classmates will be from Northern Ireland.
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