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    Hi! My name is Olive and I am a student from Barbados. I am doing my AS exams this year in Economics, Psychology and Business Studies and A2 next year. My dream is to go to Cambridge university to study law, as both of my grandfathers attended Cambridge. Barbados is a beautiful island, but i want to leave as the opportunities here are very limited.
    My grandmother died in January and my sister and I moved in with Grandpa. Our mom died 15 years ago, so we are all that Grandpa has. As much as I want to go to University overseas, I can't fathom leaving my grandpa. What should I do? Should I go to the local university for undergrad and then do law school overseas?
    Any thoughts or advice is greatly appreciated! Have a great day
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    Speak to your Grandfather, I'm sure he'd only want the best for you. If you received an offer from a top uni in the UK, that's difficult to turn down.
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    (Original post by nase14_aldayz)
    Speak to your Grandfather, I'm sure he'd only want the best for you. If you received an offer from a top uni in the UK, that's difficult to turn down.
    Thank you! I will talk to him. He is a very understanding man.
 
 
 
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