Would you recommend applying to UK Unis for international students?

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bakeshenanigans
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Would you because of Corona virus? (Also for bachelors degree) Or should I do my undergrad in my home country and apply for masters there considering the COVID situation
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I'm afraid I do not know but I,myself have deferred into next September (2021) because of coronavirus. Not all the Universities will be based online 100% of the time. Some will be blended and some will start little later.

If I were you, I would stay at "home" doing the course from your country and I would apply "Masters" should COVID-19 wiped out!
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(Original post by GatoMessi)
I'm afraid I do not know but I,myself have deferred into next September (2021) because of coronavirus. Not all the Universities will be based online 100% of the time. Some will be blended and some will start little later.

If I were you, I would stay at "home" doing the course from your country and I would apply "Masters" should COVID-19 wiped out!
Thank you so much! I am also thinking of opting for gap year but I am worried that if Corona continues I might not be able to apply abroad after the gap year too and when I start college in my home country,I might just end up doing nothing in gap year. Sorry for the rant, hope you're doing well 💫
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hey, why don't you just apply for both and when it comes time to making the decision around May you'll have a better idea of the situation.
assuming you're applying for 2021 entry.
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(Original post by bakeshenanigans)
Would you because of Corona virus? (Also for bachelors degree) Or should I do my undergrad in my home country and apply for masters there considering the COVID situation
not really tbh, you will miss out on a great freshers year (or at least just the first semester)
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Depends how much cheaper your home university fees are. Studying abroad looks like it might involve a load of hassle for at least a year. I'm not sure its justified when a masters degree might be of far more practicality.
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