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    hi everyone, I'd like to ask you out a uni that offers a spanish and international relations degree in england or at least in wales.
    I am an international student andfew months ago I asked about a spanish and business degree but now I change my mind.. I think.
    Anyway I'm looking for a place where the average cost of living is quite low.. first of all accomodation, I don't want to spend 90£ for a week in a small single room.
    Please help me
    thank you in advance
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    The cost of living is high everywhere in the UK, £90 a week is cheap for accommodation - I doubt you will find many places cheaper than that. The cost of living is likely to be less in small towns, and far away from London/other major cities. Places like Aberystwyth.
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    Avoid London for sure then. My medium sized room is £220/week + needs a tube pass at £22/week to get into uni.
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    (Original post by Snufkin)
    The cost of living is high everywhere in the UK, £90 a week is cheap for accommodation - I doubt you will find many places cheaper than that. The cost of living is likely to be less in small towns, and far away from London/other major cities. Places like Aberystwyth.
    Well for exemple in belfast it's very cheap 69 per week .. and also swansea and others in england.. I dont need to live close to london, just in a nice place for students and where you can get a part time job and the life in general is not expensive
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    (Original post by martinaxx)
    Well for exemple in belfast it's very cheap 69 per week .. and also swansea and others in england.. I dont need to live close to london, just in a nice place for students and where you can get a part time job and the life in general is not expensive
    I didn't say it was impossible, I said there are very few places where accommodation costs less than £90. If you don't have much money I suggest you look elsewhere, Europe is much cheaper than the UK and has degrees taught in English.
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    (Original post by Snufkin)
    I didn't say it was impossible, I said there are very few places where accommodation costs less than £90. If you don't have much money I suggest you look elsewhere, Europe is much cheaper than the UK and has degrees taught in English.
    For exemple ? I dont know any country which offers an international relations with spanish full taught in English..
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    (Original post by martinaxx)
    For exemple ? I dont know any country which offers an international relations with spanish full taught in English..
    Well... for example:

    Sweden:

    International Relations, Malmö University
    European Studies, Malmö University

    Germany:

    International Relations, Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences
    Liberal Arts (Governance with Spanish), University College Freiburg

    The Netherlands:

    International Studies (with Spanish), Leiden University
    World Politics, Leiden University
    Governance, Economics and Development, Leiden University
    European Studies, Maastricht University
    European Studies, University of Amsterdam
    International Relations and International Organization, University of Groningen
    Liberal Arts (International Relations with Spanish), University College Maastricht
    Liberal Arts (Politics with Spanish), University College Utrecht
    Liberal Arts (International Relations with Spanish), University College Roosevelt
    Liberal Arts (Social Sciences), University College Tilburg
    Liberal Arts (International Relations with Spanish), Amsterdam University College
 
 
 
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