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Hey guys! I would deeply appreciate if you could kindly give me some thoughts
I have given unconditional offers both from Royal Holloway University of London and University of Aberdeen, studying International Business (MSc). At the moment, I am having a hard time deciding which offer to take.

-Tuition fee: both Unis are similar at around 21K pounds for International students, but there is 3K scholarship from Aberdeen.
-Location: I have never visited Scotland before, and I heard that Aberdeen is quite far in the North and the city is quite small. Will it be better to study in somewhere close to London, for a more fruitful experience of the glamorous British life?
-Teaching quality and students’ satisfaction: I have attended webinars of both Unis, and feel like the professionals from Aberdeen are more supportive.

May I ask what do you suggest? I have been thinking about this for months. Thank you millions for your help!
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Hey guys! I would deeply appreciate if you could kindly give me some thoughts
I have given unconditional offers both from Royal Holloway University of London and University of Aberdeen, studying International Business (MSc). At the moment, I am having a hard time deciding which offer to take.

-Tuition fee: both Unis are similar at around 21K pounds for International students, but there is 3K scholarship from Aberdeen.
-Location: I have never visited Scotland before, and I heard that Aberdeen is quite far in the North and the city is quite small. Will it be better to study in somewhere close to London, for a more fruitful experience of the glamorous British life?
-Teaching quality and students’ satisfaction: I have attended webinars of both Unis, and feel like the professionals from Aberdeen are more supportive.

May I ask what do you suggest? I have been thinking about this for months. Thank you millions for your help!
Hi KarenTT,


Attending webinars for both unis is a great start, and I’m so happy to hear that the supportive nature of our experts came across. I wonder whether you'd find it helpful to speak with some of our current postgraduate students?

Thinking back to how they came to their decision to study at UoA, they may have some tips to share. While there isn't currently a student available for our International Business (MSc), any of the students listed here would be happy to chat.

As a city, Aberdeen has struck a great balance. Big enough to keep you interested and regular public transport to explore elsewhere, but small enough that there's a real sense of safety and community. You can take a peek at the city and our campus by watching our virtual tours.


Best of luck with your decision!


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