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I was ondering what the average cost, of let's say Colombia, or any other decently priced country in SA. I imagine Chile, Argentina, and Brazil would be a bit pricier. But what about emmerging economies? In addition, which colleges would be good emmerging market colleges, yet have a good reputation? To me, it seems like emerging countires are good opportunities in terms of real world experiences, but their prestige suffers, even with high names like Peking in Asia. Thanks
Well, I know that Columbia Univ is expensive. Sorry, couldn't help myself
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Lol. Actually, whenever I tried to type that in, it brought up Colombia Gerogia. If I wanted to sat here, I would at least go to U of M! Lol . It just seems like there is no resource on the subject.
You gotta do all your searches in Spanish and make sure you know the countries particular DOTwhatever...
If you don't know Spanish try using Google Translate to reverse your searches in English and see what comes up. Using Chrome browser makes things a bit easier.
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That is a good point abou tthe spanish bit. I was thinking college confidential or something might have info on it, from students who went there.