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14-08-2009, 21:52   #16
 
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I'm going to Swanswa metropolitan University,entering into the final year of the Performing Arts course there
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Course: If everything goes as planned, Teacher Training, which will be real tough, considering only the best students get a job in the end and the others have to repeat the year. :'(

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Can't remember who said they wished they could go back for another erasmus year, but I know I would if I could !
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Been there for 2 years, goin into my third and I'm lovin it. London is a city that really suits me and I'm so glad I went over. Don't know about plans to return to Ireland, I'll just play it by ear for now.

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am looking for some mainly financial advice, but will stick up a dedicated post about that shortly.
Hey I go out to your uni all the time
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hi darren,

i was thinking of studying MPHARM at RGU next year,apparently it has a good reputation,would you recommend it? is the course very intense? and what is aberdeen like to socialise in?
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College: University of Glamorgan(Pontypridd&Treforest) its in the south of Wales and only 20 min away from Cardiff by train.

I honestly can not wait to move out of my parents house. So I was glad that they accepted me this year. Im only going because I couldnt get any course through the CAO, which is a stupid system and the Irish Education system is not entirely the best system and a lot of people fall throught the cracks because they have to do maths. Somebody like me who is more apt for Languages and Arts has problems with numbers. It has been proven.

The financial side of studying abroad is to try and figure everything out before you leave Ireland,so that you wont have too much stress when you get there, and try and look for a part-time job, because that will hold you over the water.

In 2 weeks time Im going to start my course, 1st year here I come!
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You'll have a good time in Glamorgan. Wouldn't hang out there too long though. Some of the redneck locals dont take too kindly to stooodants
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Medical study in Eastern europe or South Africa

OK,
So where do I start, I am looking to study a full MD course including pre-med in eastern Europe or SA.
I am a mature student 34 years of age with an IT background and had a number of business.
I would love any advice that could help me make a decision.

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I just sent my application into the GTTR. I'm hoping to take up a place at King's College London in Sept 2010 for the PGCE in Secondary English.

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Finding the course fascinating although there is a very steep learning curve and the maths required is of a pretty high standard and very challenging. This is coming from someone that has just graduated from Elec Eng with a high 1H from UCC. I am finding that the level of teaching in UCL is of a much more challenging nature and less like the classroom feel that I got in UCC.
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