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Engineering Abroad

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    Ok so i plan to study engineering abroad in one of the eastern european countries (czech republic,poland etc).I have searched alot on the internet but couldnt find any help as of what are the general requirements for A levels students applying there for bachelors as everywhere its written that the student has to complete secondary education, I have tried contacting the uni itself but they say that the grades will go through the equivalence process. Does anyone know what are the minimum requirements for the admission? My Alevels predicted grades are Maths B, Physics C, ICT B. It would be of great help if somebody helps me through the process. thanks
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    (Original post by sohaib26)
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    not sure if this would interest you but I'm looking to do this next year.
    https://next.unibz.it/en/faculties/s...l-engineering/

    low fees, low living costs, lots of mountains, pizza, get to learn languages as well.
 
 
 
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