American wanting to study in uk longer

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Hightower1993
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A good friend of mine is from America but studying in England. She doesnt want to go back to the U.S and continue studying over here. Trump has made things hard for U.S students studying abroad and stated that the government will not pay for U.S students studying abroad. Also it is difficult for her to get a student loan over here as she iant a british citizen. Is there any way for her to stay in the uk and study longer ?
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A good friend of mine is from America but studying in England. She doesnt want to go back to the U.S and continue studying over here. Trump has made things hard for U.S students studying abroad and stated that the government will not pay for U.S students studying abroad. Also it is difficult for her to get a student loan over here as she iant a british citizen. Is there any way for her to stay in the uk and study longer ?
I would recommend that your friend has a discussion with people at her university. They will be best placed to give her advice that is specific to her circumstances and they will know all the necessary information surrounding international students.
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