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    Hi,

    I'm looking into going to the US (Florida) to study and the cost of two years there is going to be around £30,000. Does anyone offer help to UK students that are studying overseas? Or is my only option private loans...

    All replies welcome, even bad news! :eek:

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    America has a fairly large amount of scholership/acadamic sporting bursary's so i'm told, but if you think the uk government is going to be giving you money i think you've got another thing coming ^^

    Why florida
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    I thought it was unlikey our government would throw money my way! Worth checking out incase of any loop holes though I'm in mid 20's and have a fair bit of money to back me up if needed, however I don't want to use all of it.

    Why Florida? Golf. After finishing I'll be turning pro. Florida has more courses than anywhere in the world. It's also got the best courses, perferct climate and plenty of other benefits. I want to experience life in another country and the US ticks all my boxes.

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    (Original post by Alextheone)
    Hi,

    I'm looking into going to the US (Florida) to study and the cost of two years there is going to be around £30,000. Does anyone offer help to UK students that are studying overseas? Or is my only option private loans...

    All replies welcome, even bad news! :eek:

    Thanks,

    Alex
    The Fulbright Commission website has a useful section on funding for US courses, incl scholarships

    Check it out here
 
 
 
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