I am aware of the basic admissions policies of UK universities (mostly looking at APs and SATs) and I am confident that I will fit the requirements. However, even after spending very much time on research, I am still left with questions.
1. How long would you say in an accommodation?
2. People are always saying how expensive it is. When I look at, for example, tuition, it is around $23,000. I look at Boston University as my top US school, and it is almost $40k. Of course, dorm/accommodations, books, and other necessities count into the costs of living as a college student. What is it that makes people so sure that UK is more expensive than US in terms of expenses?
3. If I am sure I want to live in England for adulthood, where do I start?
4. Is it worth it? I would study international relations no matter what school I would attend and always thought that it is the perfect subject to study internationally.
5. Because UK schools usually only let students study one subject at university, I am worried about not being able to study a language(s). Would an international relations student be able to study another language, or do the school programs still restrict that?
6. Because there is no FA, how does the scholarship system work?