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Vansha Sethi, India: I love how everything is in the UK, so I love it.
Dengyiming Wang (Adam), China: The fact that, like, I'm going to a foreign university just presents me with so many different, kind of, possibilities, that’s just so cool.
Ashlee Yee, USA: I can travel anywhere within a few hours. Everything is so close.
Iris Yeh, Taiwan: The countryside is really beautiful, and the history is really fascinating.
Aabid Patel, Canada: There’s like this love of seeing these different sites that you, I mean you see in the movies or you hear about in school and stuff.
Briana Pegado, USA: The fact I wake up in the morning and look at this, you know, beautiful castle, it’s just, it's just unreal.
Harry Murrell, USA: The music scene, the creativity, it’s awesome. There’s always something going on.
Dengyming Wang (Adam): There are so many different ways of meeting people and people are just kind and nice.
Will Chadwick, USA: I have made so many new friends here. I think this is easily the largest influx of friends in such a short period of time I’ve ever made.
Sylvie Vandenabeele, France: It’s a really active society, the student’s union. With many, many different clubs, related to sports or culture.
Marlee Whitford: I know there are 53 just sports teams that you can join.
Robert Udah, Nigeria: You can’t possibly finish everything here in the time you have.
Dengyming Wang (Adam): I’ve been having a lot of experiences that I’ve never had in my past 19 years of life.
Marlee Whitford, USA: Coming and living in a different country has completely changed my outlook on life. I’ve found the person that I truly am and I don’t have to be anybody that I’m not.
Vansha Sethi: I think I’m much more confident and I feel like I can do anything.
Marlee Whitford: I love it here, I do. It’s amazing, it really is.
Would you like to go to university in the UK?