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    That has an emphasis on the EU and International Relations, with the option of picking up spanish [with only an A at GCSE] and studying abroad?
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    Talk about being awkward! :p: I'm not sure about the entry requirements, though the below are the right sort of courses.

    European Politics, Society and Economics BSc
    Modern Languages and European Studies (Politics) BA

    Both the above are at Birmingham.

    BA Languages and Contemporary European Studies

    The above is at Southampton.

    European Politics (study abroad option) BA
    European Studies-Spanish BA

    The above two are at Leeds.

    The best thing would be to look at UCAS. Failing that, look at any of the universities listed here; these universities have specific research in European studies, and so will be likely to offer a similar course.
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    That has an emphasis on the EU and International Relations, with the option of picking up spanish [with only an A at GCSE] and studying abroad?
    Politics and international studies at Warwick.

    You can study abroad in Spain in second year, study a free module in first year (could do Spanish language) and you can do EU modules, module list here:
    http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/study/unde.../l260/#modules

    Hope that helps
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    If you did decide to study at Warwick, you could do post -GCSE Spanish. The Language Centre modules are very good; the teaching is excellent. Have a look at :

    http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/l...ademic/spanish

    Good luck with whatever you decide
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    Thanks for the advice guys, I also like the look of St Andrews, with Internation Relations and Spanish.

    The warwick idea is quite good, I never knew about the Language Centre.

    Interesting. Thanks guys.
 
 
 

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