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Welcome to the US of A, wogitalia. Even if you're already a citizen.
I'm not there yet :) Just my grand plan.
If you've already received a degree I don't think the NCAA allows you to play FB. There are exemptions of course......
This had crossed my mind at one point, hoping that because it wasn't in the USA that it wont count towards eligibility, that is the kind of thing to worry about once I get there, even if it does count, I did a 3 year degree so may still have a year.
2 words here: Stanford University. A grad degree from there is golden in the Golden State. And ~66% of its students are from countries other than the US, & 39% of Santa Clara Co., CA was born outside the country.
I actually visited Stanford when I was over in 2001, real nice campus and the place was just sweet, given that I have family in CA Stanford is one of several that I would really like to go to, has pretty steep entry requirements though iirc.
Wherever you end up, find me and bring me some Toohey's New
Of all our beers you want me to bring you that crap? Really? Thats one of the cheap and nastys.
Are you looking to get a Masters or are you trying to get another Bachelors degree?
Right now I'm looking at doing some kind of premed with the intention of going on with that. Not 100% certain on how the system works regarding that, want to do some stuff in languages as well, pretty open outside that.
If you like things like the best business network, weather, and girls, you should go to SC. Because it is the best.
SC is another that I would love to go to and again it's a matter of being able to get in.
Cheers for all the help, the positive is I still have basically a year to sort it all out :) cause it just isn't that easy.