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American at a British university
Hey, CCers. I am a junior in an American high school right now, and I am thinking about applying to universities in the UK. I would be interested in London, specifically. How do I know if it's right to consider them? I guess it's easy, in theory, to say that I want to apply to them, but how do I know if it is a good fit for me? I am applying to Canadian and American universities, as well. Which school in London would be the best for an American student? I am hoping to study government or economics. I was thinking King's College and London School of Economics if I were to apply. Does this seem like a good route? I absolutely love London, and I think it would be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. My only fear is that something just goes completely wrong, and I won't have anyone there for me in London.4 replies
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