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I would like to study my undergraduate degree abroad. I am thinking of doing a law degree, or perhaps a political science degree, or journalism of some sort.
I am fluent in French and speak a small amount of Spanish (but not enough to complete a Spanish course).
I'm looking for universities that are good based on factors like:
-Low price
-Nice area
-Some sort of accommodation
Thank you very much )
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Hey! Can you help us a bit more - what countries do you want to study in??
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(Original post by chloenix)
I would like to study my undergraduate degree abroad. I am thinking of doing a law degree, or perhaps a political science degree, or journalism of some sort.
I am fluent in French and speak a small amount of Spanish (but not enough to complete a Spanish course).
I'm looking for universities that are good based on factors like:
-Low price
-Nice area
-Some sort of accommodation
Thank you very much )
Surely to decide what is abroad, then we have to know which country is home for you?
What in your opinion is a low price? I assume you are funding this yourself?
Might be better if you decided what course you wanted.
Presumably grades arent an issue for you?
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Hey! Can you help us a bit more - what countries do you want to study in??
Honestly I have no preference as to which country I would like to study in. I'm from England so anything except for the UK basically.
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Surely to decide what is abroad, then we have to know which country is home for you?
What in your opinion is a low price? I assume you are funding this yourself?
Might be better if you decided what course you wanted.
Presumably grades arent an issue for you?
Sorry! My question was really broad when I look back at it.
-I'm from the UK, so anything except for the United Kingdom.
-The price depends on if student loans or bursaries are offered. I could afford around 10K a year tuition as long as I'd have a lot of economic funding. Otherwise, I'm looking for tuition which is much lower. In many European countries they have very low tuition.
-I really don't mind which course I do. I like all of those courses equally, so I'm mainly looking into universities and seeing if they offer any of the courses, and then I'll look into it from there.

My question was mainly to see what people suggest as a 'good' abroad university, which offers courses in a language I can speak
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