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    I'm in Year 12 thinking about my options, and I'm leaning towards the humanities side, especially International Relations/Law. My plan from the start was to do a degree and then do the GDL (SQE when I'm graduating), and out of interest I've been looking at English programmes in Europe, especially Belgium, the Netherlands and Switzerland.

    I want to work on an international level, such as working for the Foreign & Commonwealth Office/Civil Service, International Organisations such as the UN etc.

    I feel like studying abroad would give me useful skills, especially being able to learn a language through immersion. On top of this, the fees are incredibly cheap compared to the UK. The problem is that I am not whether it will be harder for me to gain a TC with a firm. I will have international experience, but the universities are not as well known as the ones in the UK.
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