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Hello,
I'm an international student taking the French Baccalaureate at the end of the year.
Next year, I would like to study neuroscience in the UK or in Canada.
I have received offers from (Westminster and Leicester; my safe choices, and from) King's and Birmingham.
I am still waiting to hear back from Bristol, my top choice in the UK.
Though I will most likely go to Canada (Montreal U or McMaster, the latter being my favored choice of all), could you tell me the perks of the above-mentioned universities? I could really use a hand in making a choice, especially given that I am not familiar with the UK or its universities.
I must add that I have learning disabilities (dyscalculia and ADD), and though I have pretty good grades an all, I am not necessarily looking to go into a highly competitive school. Inclusivity and disability services are a criteria I considered during applications. Are any of you dealing with LDs in either of the universities I applied to? Do you feel things are too fast, too technical, etc where you are or are your accommodations enabling you to perform well and feel integrated?
If any of you are neuroscience majors, your input is more than welcome.
Wishing you well,
Mai
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(Original post by MaiBee)
Hello,
I'm an international student taking the French Baccalaureate at the end of the year.
Next year, I would like to study neuroscience in the UK or in Canada.
I have received offers from (Westminster and Leicester; my safe choices, and from) King's and Birmingham.
I am still waiting to hear back from Bristol, my top choice in the UK.
Though I will most likely go to Canada (Montreal U or McMaster, the latter being my favored choice of all), could you tell me the perks of the above-mentioned universities? I could really use a hand in making a choice, especially given that I am not familiar with the UK or its universities.
I must add that I have learning disabilities (dyscalculia and ADD), and though I have pretty good grades an all, I am not necessarily looking to go into a highly competitive school. Inclusivity and disability services are a criteria I considered during applications. Are any of you dealing with LDs in either of the universities I applied to? Do you feel things are too fast, too technical, etc where you are or are your accommodations enabling you to perform well and feel integrated?
If any of you are neuroscience majors, your input is more than welcome.
Wishing you well,
Mai
Typically you should just choose the most interesting course. You say you have researched support for disability so how do the unis compare?
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