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Old 09-17-2010, 06:10 PM
Location: Madrid
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Iʻm a junior year civil engineering student, and looking to study abroad next fall, and im having trouble deciding where to go.. i was hoping maybe some of you travelers out there could help me make a decision. The countries iʻm looking at are Australia, England, New Zealand, Brazil, South Africa, and Spain. I donʻt think iʻll do Australia, or England even though theyʻre my top choices because the cost of living there is so high. So my main questions are, should I go to a non-english speaking country? Which of these countries are the most economical living-wise? I want a country with a good exchange rate so I can live for about the same (or even cheaper?) than I do here. Any suggestions? Any personal experiences?

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