I am a rising junior at the University of Pennsylvania studying Economics; I plan to study abroad in the spring term. I have (mostly) narrowed my study abroad options down to these three UK universities (after considering language requirements, logistics, and general reputation b/c I still do want to receive quality education while abroad). Upon a bit of research it seems that St. Andrews is the highest regarded within the UK, but King's and Edinburgh are both more well-regarded internationally (kind of like how Brown and Dartmouth are highly desirable within the US but rank much lower in international rankings). I kind of prefer King's College because it is more centrally located and I would like to be able to travel around Europe easily during my term abroad - I have been to Spain and Austria, but that's about it.
Basically after narrowing it down to these three universities, there is still so much I don't know about them and I can't seem to make up my mind. Can anyone give me more information which would help me make this decision?
Also, if anyone has anything to offer regarding Bocconi University in Milan and NUS (National University of Singapore), I would appreciate it as well. My impression is that both are also very well regarded, and as far as location, Milan is centrally located for easy travel around Europe, and Singapore has good access to Southeast Asia (which I have never been and could potentially be fun).
I know that this is a very broad comparison, but feel free to give me any pointers. Thanks!