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    I'm soon going to be heading to Imperial in October to start an M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering.
    Funding has been a real bugger as not being a UK student, I haven't been entitled to many grants and as I have British citizenship, I've been refused other grants too and as I won't be coming from a developing country, I'm not allowed to other forms of financial assistance. So I'm financing this more or less with my personal funds.
    Someone told me that after all, I should have thought about going to North America as grants are much easier to obtain. What do you think?
    Anyway, after a year and a half in Canada and the US, I've grown slightly tired of North America.

    It's too late for me but I find this quite interesting.
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    if i were you i could chose a US school with no hesitancy.
 
 
 
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