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where should i go to college at in England?

I have two more years of undergraduate study to finish my "pre law" or "legal studies" bachlor degree here in America (West Virginia). The thing is, I'd love to be able to go and finish my degree somewhere in England, and then possibly return to the United States to go to law school, or possibly even stay in England for law school if I enjoy it there enough. My question is, I suppose, will my classes transfer to another country? How will the financial situation (loans, grants, etc.) be handled in another country? Will I be given the financial aid I need to make it over there? Also, which college would you suggest I go to? I don't want to go to a HUGE city, but not a small town either. In comparison to the US, I'd like a city about the size of a Charleston, WV or Syracuse, NY, or maybe a Cincinatti, OH. Richmond, VA something of that nature, but nothing huge like New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, or Boston. Any help on any of these topics is appreciated.

Asked By: THE_BIG_JOSHBOWSKI - 6/27/2007
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You can use US financial aid and grants at British universities. I used stafford loans an an americorps education award when I attended grad school in the UK. Plus, there are plenty of scholarships out there for students wanting to study overseas... More
Answered By: Sarah M - 6/28/2007
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oxford. sorry if this doesn't answer your q, i didnt read it all
Answered By: Lena - 6/27/2007
 
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