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    Hi guys,
    I've been accepted at both courses and am still undecided as to which I'll attend in the fall. I'm African and would be moving countries either way so that's not something to consider.
    Can any of you guys tell me which course/university would be better ( which one is more known worldwide/ would be a better steping stone for grad schools/ would help me get better jobs)
    Warwick's course is a 4 year course with a year abroad, whereas to get an international exchange in McGill I'd have to secure a GPA of at least 3.0. I'm from a french bacalaureate system and I don't really know if that's hard to get in college ? I wouldn't want to go to McGill only to realize it's impossible for a student from a whole other system to get a GPA above 3.0 and be bereft of that opportunity.
    I know life in Montréal is a lot cheaper than in England, and a lot more lively, I hear Leamington Spa is quite boring, is that true?
    Anyways, I'd really appreciate it if you could give me information about both schools and programs, even the smallest bits of information.
    Thanks in advance!
 
 
 
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