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IS Their Any Financial Help Available To Study Abroad In Europe

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    Hey, I wish to study Dentistry in Hungary and I was unable to find any information online about whether I can receive any sort of financial help either from the British government or the Hungarian government. The course lasts for 5 years and the fees are $13,500 dollars a year which works out to 8,783.23 GBP. The living costs are considerably less when compared to the Uk. I have worked out it will cost me a maximum £15,000 to study each year.
    I can afford to pay about £7000 but I am unable to fund the remaining £8000 because I doubt I will be able to find a part time job in Hungary.
    So my question is whether I can receive some sort of loan to fund my degree abroad in Hungary or should I just give up.
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    There won't be any funding available from the UK.

    I don't have a clue what is available from Hungary though, sorry.
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    (Original post by Shani)
    There won't be any funding available from the UK.

    I don't have a clue what is available from Hungary though, sorry.
    thanks for your help, its so stupid that their are student loans available for European student who wish to study in the UK yet they can't provide loans for their own citizens who wish to study abroad?
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    (Original post by undertaker1)
    thanks for your help, its so stupid that their are student loans available for European student who wish to study in the UK yet they can't provide loans for their own citizens who wish to study abroad?
    I'm no expert on EU law etc but SF have to treat EU students the same as UK students. Even UK students need 3 years residency in the UK to qualify for maintenance support, which is why EU students usually only get tuition fee support. EU countries must offer UK students what they would offer their own students - subject to their own rules (for example, the 3 year residency in the UK).

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