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    Hello everyone,

    I'm looking for some clarification on some issues and was hoping someone might be able to help.

    I'm lead to believe that if I get a student loan in the UK then I'll need to pursue studies in the UK.

    A few people have mentioned to me that if a UK university has a site in another country then I may be able to enroll and use a UK student loan, is this correct?

    Also, is anyone aware of other personal student loans that can be obtained by UK citizens wishing to study abroad.

    Any information is appreciated.
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    Are you talking about ERASMUS which is the study abroad exhange programme? You enrol on a course in the UK and in your third year, you study abroad. You then return and do a fourth year in the UK.
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    (Original post by OU Student)
    Are you talking about ERASMUS which is the study abroad exhange programme? You enrol on a course in the UK and in your third year, you study abroad. You then return and do a fourth year in the UK.
    I wasn't talking about the specifically. Although, this is an option if I can't enroll directly in a foreign university
 
 
 
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