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Hi all.

I'm currently studying a L3 Apprenticeship.

I'm looking to go to university in 2023, however I'd like to study as an international student in Australia.

What kind of loans, grants etc am I eligible for to help pay for this?

Thanks in advance!
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Hi all.

I'm currently studying a L3 Apprenticeship.

I'm looking to go to university in 2023, however I'd like to study as an international student in Australia.

What kind of loans, grants etc am I eligible for to help pay for this?

Thanks in advance!
SFE don't fund study outside the UK
As an international student you'll need to source funding from private sources
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SFE don't fund study outside the UK
As an international student you'll need to source funding from private sources
Brilliant matey, can you suggest some good places to go to for such funding? Thanks.
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