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    Small town and village research in the UK

    Hi all
    I am a doctoral student from China and recently applied for a state-funded study abroad.I wanna study at one college in UK for 12 to 24 months and then return to China to get my doctorís degree.All my living expenses and return tickets will be sponsored by Chinaís scholarship Fund But now the most difficult for me is to find a good college and a professor who will interest in my research project,is a study of conservation planning of historical and cultural villages and towns.
    So who can tell me the top 5 university in urban planning field?or any professor?And my tutor wants me go to Cambridge University,how about this major? I havenít found out any department or professor have done this research from the website of this university.
    If I canít get a offer in one month,I will miss such a golden opportunity.Who can help me?thanks very much

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    Noboday can help me??please,urgency!

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