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29 / M / Phillipines
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Posted 2/23/07

ichi_ni240 wrote:

me university of philippines,,, architecture


Up diliman??
im a chemical engineer from UP lb hehe
batch what?
kyu
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Posted 2/23/07

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kyu wrote:

todai??

http://www.u-tokyo.ac.jp/res03/i00_e.html

look at their stats for international students... 15 from Canada.


YA TODAI! AND CANADA!



um, I was actually referring to how low the stats for international students are. and since you're from Canada, I posted the Canadian stat, which is really low compared to the 400+ students from Korea. I'm prepared to bet that most of the "international students" have Japanese heritage too. Sadly, it's very unlikely to be accepted.
Posted 2/23/07

monty wrote:


ichi_ni240 wrote:

me university of philippines,,, architecture


Up diliman??
im a chemical engineer from UP lb hehe
batch what?



nope, baguio
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20 / M / Boston
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Posted 2/23/07
Going to school in Boston isn't a bad choice either. It's a huge college town something like 50ish schools in or around the city. The ones inside the heart of the city itself tend to be more expensive and living costs are higher there as well ie. Harvard, MIT, Northeastern, Boston University, and to some extent Boston College. The best part about it is the city though, I'd guess that about a third of the city are comprised of students of some sort going out is a blast there is always something to do and somewhere to go. If you can't find a college in Boston feel free to msg me and I can help you out.
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27 / F / Australia
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I say go to Australia and study at Melbourne or Latrobe University if you can. the environment is totally different from US universities. But if you are not up for Australia then Boston University sounds pretty cool
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uchi23 wrote:

hmm im probably goin to state skoo like UMASS Lowell or UMASS Amherst.. UMASS Amherst has this studyin abroad program to Japan so im relly considerin goin there =D


Go to Amherst. A little more interesting, plus there's good music nearby. I make my friend drive me over there (or to Northampton/Easthampton) to go see one of their local musicians who is probably my favorite ever, as well as for some better known bands who play there. Kekeke.

I'm going to the University at Albany next fall. Good thing I got in even though I only did half the application, because I was too lazy to apply anywhere else... Oops. I took a 201 Russian class there before, and I enjoyed it (though I thought it was going to kill me), so hopefully I'll enjoy it when I'm fully enrolled... But it's nice knowing that at least there's always the option to transfer later... But it offers a lot of options without being ridiculously big, so I'll probably just stay there...
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26 / M / England, Berkshire.
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Posted 2/23/07
Reading University, England.

If your into computing courses then that place might be good.
I know theres loads of foreign students who go there.

They do a course on A.I. there.
The only other place that does an A.I. course was some university in America somewhere.

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I still don't get whats so great about Cambridge University.
Everybody around here, don't seem to be impressed with it at all.

I guess as always it really depends on the course you are after and the accomidation.
(I'm still at college. But Brother is at Reading Uni doing an A.I. & Cybernetics course)
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24 / F / Slowly fading awa...
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Posted 2/23/07
I'd like to go to RADA, but they wont take me coz u have 2 do all sorts of out of school xtra drama things, which I dont do... Dont have time 2 do either!!
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Posted 2/23/07
I'm starting my first year of Uni @ Monash ! on the 26th (this monday) !!!
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anime-goddess wrote:

I say go to Australia and study at Melbourne or Latrobe University if you can. the environment is totally different from US universities. But if you are not up for Australia then Boston University sounds pretty cool


Really? How so?
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26 / M / Body in NY Mind i...
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Hmmmm well I`ve been checking into some universities. But I only have one quarrell, Will they even consider excepting because I had poor grades through my Junior year. But I have a 1800 and a 2400 on the SAT`s. I feel like a failing genius Guess being lazy will never pay even in an alternate universe. So does anyone have some suggestions of where??? (for my situation) I`m looking for aerospace, computer programming (digital prog), Astro or Quantum Physics related programs.
Posted 7/27/07
Any of the Universities of California are quite good. UC Berkely, Irvine, UCLA, and UC Davis are all pretty good in the science departments. Stanford is also good but it is private and hella expensive ;/ I am attending UC Davis this fall (freshman year) and im going into electrical engineering. Davis has a pretty good engineering program thats why i choose this school. If u want to make it into a UC campus id imagine 1800+ SAT score plus a 3.85+ GPA to get in.. it all depends on what you did in highschool i suppose. I had around a score of 2000 and my gpa was like 4.2ish so i made it in fairly easy i suppose.. :o.

AP and IB are essentially the same thing, but id rather choose AP just because i took AP classes. ^_^ up to you. well gL on choosing a campus
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28 / M / Maryland
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Posted 11/28/07
University of Maryland College Park ^^ has good business school and engineering school. Campus life is really really fun doubt u will be bored here =)
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76 / M / california
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Posted 11/28/07
Go to Berkley in California. If you have a gpa of 4.0 or better, 15+ honors courses, and a SAT score in the 1900-2000 you have a pretty good chance of going there because that is the average that most people who got into Berkley have. If you want to study for the SAT, tutor classes aren't cheap, they go for more than $1000 per course depending on the institution.
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22 / F / underworld
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Posted 11/28/07
ive got 3 words for u
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