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    Ok, so here's the story. I just got back from a conference on medical schools and heard about St George's university in Granada. Sounds like a good place, excellent track record, well accredited and everything else. Only problem is that the fees are ~$10500 a term, and since it's outside the UK I couldn't get a Government sponsored student loan to study medicine out there. Is there any way i could get ahold of that sort of money (private loans etc), do St George's have a specific loans system and is there any way to support myself whilst there or is this a pipe dream i should just give up on?

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    You're right, the government won't fund you. Ask your parents?
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    the royal bank of mum and dad is your only option as far as I know without getting private loans etc
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    (Original post by TravelGuru)
    You're right, the government won't fund you. Ask your parents?
    I would, but the money is quite a lot. Is there no way to get a privatised low-interest student loand or some kind of international bursary system?
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    probably not
 
 
 
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