Serious Studying Abroad

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  1. Big Bear

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    I’m going to study abroad next year and need to choose places in Europe, since there’s quite a diverse group of people on the server, I was thinking Sweden or France but does anyone have suggestions?? I do law and live in the EU already
     
    #1 Big Bear, Dec 3, 2019 at 6:57 PM
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  2. Ond

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    Sweden, the U.K, Finland, Norway, Germany or Denmark

    Every other place isn 't really worth your time unless your field is super specialized
     
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  3. sambo

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    Spain has some good international unis, depends on what you're doing though
     
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  4. Big Bear

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    I’m doing law there’s a univeristy in every European country that I can go to, it’s hard choosing between them
     
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    All Scandinavian countries speak English very well, Germany is a bit worse in that regard.

    I'd either pick Scandinavia or the U.K. Just remember that the standard of living is very high in Scandinavia, so everything is just as expensive
     
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    Netherlands has good universities and almost all of them are very international. If you're a tech dude choose TU Delft (big competition) and for economics stuff choose Erasmus university of Rotterdam
     
  7. Shrike

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    Sweden and you'll have an easy time. Everyone under 70 yo. speaks fluent english and a lot of university material is available and adapted into english. Just as Evil said you just have to be prepared that living costs a lot, but Sweden is the cheapest of the Scandies comparatively though.
     
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  8. Whilt

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    are you doing law w/ a year abroad or starting a course in it
     
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    The Uni I went to in Germany has a great law faculty and is in a very fascinating part of the country, plus in Germany you get a student pass which allows you to travel on all public transport at any time for free. In my case it was the entire Brandenburg and Berlin. I would wholeheartedly recomend Germany for your year abroad, I found it a lot easier than Uni back in the UK, although the coursework was a lot longer. Normally averaging around 20 pages or so as opposed to the 5000 words typical of a UK uni.
     
  10. Big Bear

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    I'm in my 3rd year of law so going my year abroad
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    Germany looks and sounds amazing but I've only got the option to go to Mainz and don't really know what it's like there
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    As it stands iI'm thinking either Lund, Upsala, Stockholm, Valencia, Copenhagen
     
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    Portugal is better
     
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    uppsala is the best uni city in sweden for pretty much everything, lund is close second but a bit better when it comes to more science based things generally. Don't go to stockholm if you're interested in the life as a student, it's shite and stockholm doesn't offer much in the way of things for students to do if you don't already have friends living in stockholm.
     
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    If you're doing law, Netherlands, it's not even close or Belgium.
     
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    Thanks for the suggestions, I've applied for a-lot but my main ones Uppsala
     
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    best of luck man
     
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    tell me why i need to speak to the german embassy simply just to apply to berlin uni coming from bahrain.

    Smh like im part of isis or some shit
     
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    Nice job getting him to believe the whole "uppsala great university city" trap guys. Proud of you.

    Finland #1 Finland #1.

    We got NO sunlight, NO large cities, HIGH as FUCK prices and if you're looking for affordable housing you can FUCK off. But at least every building doesn't host a pride party on a weekly basis.
     
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