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June 09, 2006


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Yes, just heard about this at the "Dollar Stretcher" website. The article spoke about attending Oxford University. The costs were relatively low and once again only three years to complete a degree, even law. Also, they said that the degrees were recognized here in the U.S. (valid). Sounds wonderful.

Oops, sorry! The article was posted from Wenchypoos Mental Wastebasket blog, and she provided a thread from CNN money website.

I'll certainly plug the quality of higher education in the UK, but I don't know how cheap it is for international students. I think tuition fees are about £8K-£9K a year (approx $16K - $18K) for non-lab science subjects but, in England that would be for three years study.

Another thing to bear in mind is that degrees over here tend to be more specialised - there are usually no general studies requirements, and relatively few opportunities to take electives compared to the US.

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