all trash, uni is just useless paper with no real world experience
jk pick which one you want. There are probably mentors of the program that will tell you something more about them. I doubt hltv is the best place to ask; hell, even if I studied at one of them I wouldn't want to dox myeslf
turkey because nice kebabs. bump.
China could be a great experience and education level is insanely high from what I've heard from people who studied there. Canada is also a good option imo
deffo italy, china is good too but its probably trickier
I would take canada or china tbh, those seem more "adventurous" to me
I'd say it depends on whether you want to just focus on studies or if you want the experience of living in another country and partying and stuff
Does learning in china offer a language course in chinese? If so, I would take it. Having chinese in ur cv looks good i think.
What is your major? Or it does not matter to you because it is short term.
I go to Copenhagen University. It's very great. High level courses and good teachers. But nightlife closes at 23.00 atm so not much to do if you wanna have fun
But exchange semester is not about learning, it's about having fun and experiencing new cultures.
No matter where you go, your exchange semester classes will be easy and the grades won't count for anything. Go to a country you want to experience, have fun and fuck some local girls.
I went to South Korea on my exchange semester and had the time of my life.
I heard the Italian one is a good one internationally but I don't know your uni. the list of unis seem good but some could be a downgrade from your uni but again i dunno ur uni.
went to study in romania for half a year, got shanked on the street by some middle aged gypsy, never went outside of NL again
personally wouldnt go to china or turkey the other ones sound great tho
I'd personally go to the University of British Columbia, although the cost of living in Vancouver is mad expensive so that's a big factor. If you think you can afford it somehow that's the best choice, otherwise, I'd go for Copenhagen if studying is what you want. If you want to have fun I'd go for Barcelona or Milan.
for studying go copenhagen, if you want to have the best year of your life go italy or spain.
All of these are bad.
Studying go Copenhagen, for partying go to Spain
I studied abroad in Barcelona (not at Pompeu Fabra tho). Can definitely recommend it, it‘s such a great city, best time of my life!
I would go to Italy honestly
China or Denmark. And I highly recommend to search people in LinkedIn who graduated from all these Universities and find out where are they now. Also, check the university agreements with private companies.
It's like when choosing subjects every single year: you always have to research on every teacher before picking anything. You might end up losing an entire semestre/year because the teacher was HORRIBLE, boring or probably a perv.
At least this last thing was quite important when I studied History: the subject can have a complitely diferent content because their point of view :____
been to italy and i loved the country, not sure about studies
so my vote goes for that
man wtf I know such an university in San-Francisco.
What do you want to study? Denmark is the only place (out of the countries you listed) that will actually pay you to study (SU - state education support). Being a foreigner you will have to work a bit on the side to be able to get it, but it is still a HUGE benefit. Also the quality of the education is top notch
"University of Copenhagen is ranked number 6 in Europe (number 1 in Continental Europe) and number 26 in the world according to the Academic Ranking of World Universities"
The biggest and maybe only drawback is the weather.
Koç University is good, but unfortunately you would have to live in Turkey (not recommended)
I believe that you will love Shanghai.
I am studying in Canada and I really want to back to China
China bro, Canada is easy to get in
UBC student and also an immigrant here.
Firstly English is the main language, which is always a plus imo. People are friendly, and we have many people from different countries, so its easier to get used to the culture. But you gotta put in the effort to make close friends because I feel like everyone is just trying to mind their own business here and everyone is very reserved.
Public transportation is very good, you can go to pretty much anywhere for "free" (by free, i mean you pay 170$ a year as a student and you can use it as much as you want in Vancouver). I even travelled to places outside of Vancouver by only public transportation, so it has a great system here. Then it also has a lot of road for bikers as well.
Living in Vancouver is hella expensive tho, especially the rent (I think its the most expensive city in Canada). Rent in uni dorms is cheaper but harder to get into.
Weather is very rainy but it usually isn't super cold.
Then also Canada >>>>>>