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UCL vs. Sciences Po

FatwalrusFatwalrus 1 replies2 threads New Member
Hey all,

I'm an international student getting a bachelor's degree who loves the social sciences and would love to study in Europe. I have gotten offers from two great schools, UCL with the history politics and economics program and Sciences Po- Le Havre. I am wondering if the schools have a similar reputation career/grad school opportunities. I am leaning towards Sciences Po as the year abroad is very appealing to me while the UCL program does not allow that. Any advice would be much appreciated!
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  • PurpleTitanPurpleTitan 13628 replies32 threads Senior Member
    edited June 28
    The general consensus is that the student experience at UK unis > French unis (at least Science Po).

    Is the year abroad at Science Po guaranteed?
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  • FatwalrusFatwalrus 1 replies2 threads New Member
    Yeah the year abroad is guaranteed with it being built into the program. Thanks for the advice appreciate it.
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