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    I want to study Politics/International Affairs & would appreciate any opinions on both unis.
    I spent an year studying IR at a uni in London, but didn't like the uni as it was too relaxed (and leftist) & overall did't like the people and London itself.
    Both programs seem great & the curriculum is similar. I love Milan. Haven't been to St.Gallen yet, but I think that I'll like it as I've been to several Swiss cities and all were great. I think that they're similar in terms of reputation? What are the people like and just the uni environment? it's very important for me.
    As for career orientation, I want to work for the UN, government agencies, diplomacy, etc.
    I don't want to make a bad choice again so please share your thoughts/experiences with Bocconi and Uni of St.Gallen
    Also, if someone has taken St.Gallen admissions test & done the interview, can you please tell me more about it

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