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Old 11-17-2011, 05:12 PM
 
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Hello =)
I am from Croatia and want to study political science in Australia or New Zealand (postgraduate diploma) next year. I will come alone and probably live in campus so could you give me an advice which universities have good social life, and which univ.are good for international students..

Im thinking about University of Auckland, Massey U, Waikato in NZ
and, Univ. of Queensland, CQU, James Cook U. in Australia

Thank you very much,
Magda
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Old 11-17-2011, 05:30 PM
 
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why not contact a place like australearn?
AustraLearn: Study in Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific
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Old 11-18-2011, 04:18 AM
 
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good idea =) thanks!
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Old 11-18-2011, 10:10 AM
 
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good idea =) thanks!
And its free to apply if you go through them. Sorry I dont know much about your choices. I went to Adelaide Uni.

In Oz, for political science, I think ANU, Melbourne and Sydney would be the best choices. Especially ANU..

Only thing I can tell you is Auckland and Queensland are in cities. If you want a social life, I'd chose a Uni in an urban environment with public transport and a semblance of life.
Massey isn't as well regarded as Auckland and Waikato.. Not sure about political science at Waikato.. they do have an excellent business school. I would not chose CQU or James Cook if an
urban nightlife was a criteria.
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Old 12-02-2011, 09:00 AM
 
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And its free to apply if you go through them. Sorry I dont know much about your choices. I went to Adelaide Uni.

In Oz, for political science, I think ANU, Melbourne and Sydney would be the best choices. Especially ANU..

Only thing I can tell you is Auckland and Queensland are in cities. If you want a social life, I'd chose a Uni in an urban environment with public transport and a semblance of life.
Massey isn't as well regarded as Auckland and Waikato.. Not sure about political science at Waikato.. they do have an excellent business school. I would not chose CQU or James Cook if an
urban nightlife was a criteria.
Ok thanks ! i think i will send my papers to all of them, and maybe some of them will offer me a scholarship... I hope so
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