>(btw dont answer if you're french and/or if the uni is in france pls & thank u).
Some uni in California would be more affordable
Somewhere in the med. Spain or Italy should be cheap, good climate and fairly sociable people. Lot of international students go there.
Dodge Nordic/Baltic countries at all cost, it's depression landia out there.
I hear York and Sheffield (UK) do good linguistics countries. Other than that, avoid scandinavia, and the baltic states.
Go to Germany
The USA of Europe
Florence? Is full of americans that "study" it.s a party town. Good food not thay pricey
Poland, the cheapest way and people will be friendly if they knew you are foreigner (Gdansk Wrocław Warszawa Kraków the most recommended) and people are friendly here, our winters isnt that bad right now due to global warming but even then you can do a lot of stuff there
Czechia or nordic countries. I'v been in Czechia and its soo good to live there, like very low prices on food, very good salaries and also very tasty beer. Nordic countries because everybody knows english and peaceful
Come to Porto , FLUP is decent
WTF WHATS YOUR PROBLEM WITH FRENCH PEOPLE ?
kinda depends on how much you value climate and culture.
i'd say spain, netherlands, italy, maybe germany and portugal.
nordic countries have too shit weather and are overall a lot more boring compared to italy and spain
University College Cork is near me, theyre supposed to have very good language department, also the irish language (dw u wouldnt need to know it) is one of the celtic languages, which is spread across europe, might be a solid shout,]
provided you dont mind rain
try Linnaeus University if you don't mind everyone speaking in bork bork
Maurice Thorez Moscow State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages
idk about inguistics but copenhagen should be great also look inot other universities in england
also if u r able to speak a second language do tell
can u just study in your country maybe?
netherlands has good schools and people are good english speakers, i know a lot of people that went there and i know a lot of people from there
the netherlands but dont go too Amsterdam
Rotterdam is better for uni
You have Lisbon or Porto here in Portugal. Both good and portuguese students speak very good english so you will feel at home
I would really go for Czechia, would check out Austria or Germany