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    Hello! So I'll be giving my A2s this summer(CIE) in physics, chemistry and further maths. my expected grades areA/A*, A, A respectively and I got an A in maths. However the problem is that I have no idea where to go. I've researched about universities but it's so hard to narrow them down according to what courses they offer, and mostly their fees, living costs, where they are and how are they with financial aides and scholarships as I cannot afford a lot. If everything fails, I'll go to LUMS( it's in Pakistan, where I'm from), it's pretty hard to get a scholarship there too but it's has a pretty good maths programme which is what I'm looking for but with a bit of versatility, maybe like a liberal arts degree. I am considering Lund university, but even if I get a 100% scholarship , their weekly maintenance fund is too much( approximately 100,000PKR i think?), so if you guys could tell me more about financial aides, that would be much appreciated. University college ultrecht is also on the list with it's liberal arts and science program but I do not know much about it. Also as these two are the only universities I'm considering , could you guys please help expand the list. I'd prefer Europe but honestly any good university with a good versatile maths programme which can offer good scholarships and/or financial aides or won't be too expensive to live in will do. Thanks!

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