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    Hi there!
    I'm looking for some answers and stories of British Universities. I want to know opinions of them, preferably located near Cambridge. And would like to talk with You on a call or video call.
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    Google is your friend.
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    (Original post by alleycat393)
    Google is your friend.
    Google brought me here. :/
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    Well you haven't looked enough then. Good luck!


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    (Original post by alleycat393)
    Well you haven't looked enough then. Good luck!


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    But I don't mean I want to find information like the "official" ones. I'm looking for subjective point of views and want to ask people why they feel so.
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    (Original post by Tony1mb)
    Hi there!
    I'm looking for some answers and stories of British Universities. I want to know opinions of them, preferably located near Cambridge. And would like to talk with You on a call or video call.
    Thanks
    I'll give it to your short and simple: going to Cambridge will give you high employment prospects, provided that you do well in your degree. Isn't that the main purpose of a university? If any of your questions are finance or legal related, then just google it.


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    OP - why? Are you a student? Journalist? Blogger? Why "near Cambridge"? If you have specific questions post them and people can decide whether to help you.
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    (Original post by Duncan2012)
    OP - why? Are you a student? Journalist? Blogger? Why "near Cambridge"? If you have specific questions post them and people can decide whether to help you.
    I am thinking about getting there. Maybe a little bit less now, but I'm at high school actually and I wanted to get people's feelings and maybe make some colleagues. I prefer to talk than to write. I surely can write my questions, but as I'm impatient sometimes I prefer to get answers as fast as I can and want them to be accurate.
 
 
 
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