Studying abroad

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    Hey guys, I've been thinking about studying abroad for uni, I'm doing my AS levels now (Art, Maths, Further maths, French, English Language) and I'm considering doing Interior design, Fashion deaign, Publishing or Interpretation/ Translatiob (with French, Japanese and maybe Chinese, Korean or Spanish) as degrees then maybe masters. Since I'm planning on speaking languages in my future I was wondering how any of you are dealing with studying abroad if you do or if you have any advice for me in trying to go to the best unis abroad for the degrees I'm considering.

    Probably the biggest consideration should be the fees you will be hit with as an international student... in North America it will a very considerable sum and you may have to apply for a private loan.. There are some European countries that offer fees equivalent to/ lower than the fees in the UK... have a look at German, Denmark, The Netherlands..
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