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I'm from Chicago and I currently go to William Rainey Harper College. I currently have a 2.00, not the best I know but I am planning on taking summer classes to bump it up to hopefully a 3.00 if possible. I took AP classes in high school, scored a 3 on most of them (again not the best), and my GPA in high school was 3.00+.
I want to go in college in England, close enough to France that I can go visit at least on weekends, different cultures, good education. I looked into London but from what I've seen its expensive, not student friendly,and people tend to be cold.
Any direction to universities that are in a medium sized city(not too big like London but not a really small town), student friendly cities(good transportation, things to do on weekends), has a good amount of culture/diversity and that I could apply to with my grades would be greatly appreciated, thank you.