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Hey guys...

I got my offer from BSMS, but it's looking like the financing portion of this whole this might mess me over .

I wanted to make the thread so we could discuss how everyone is funding their studies as internationals going to the UK.

So far, a line of credit as a med student, home government loans, and tiny scholarships is what I'm looking at. Pretty measly when looking at the price tags ((((( (I'm living in Ontario, Canada btw)

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Hey guys...

I got my offer from BSMS, but it's looking like the financing portion of this whole this might mess me over .

I wanted to make the thread so we could discuss how everyone is funding their studies as internationals going to the UK.

So far, a line of credit as a med student, home government loans, and tiny scholarships is what I'm looking at. Pretty measly when looking at the price tags ((((( (I'm living in Ontario, Canada btw)

DISCUSS!!
Out of interest how would Canadian students finance a medicine degree in Canada?

Btw bank of mom and dad
Get a job.
Marry a foreign national and gain their citizenship.
Future finance do loans but I wouldn't touch them.
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Out of interest how would Canadian students finance a medicine degree in Canada?

Btw bank of mom and dad
Get a job.
Marry a foreign national and gain their citizenship.
Future finance do loans but I wouldn't touch them.
Over here the government helps out a lot, especially if you're going into what they call a "professional" field, which includes medicine and dentistry. Banks also give lines of credit for quite large sums of money for the same reason.

I have a dual citizenship, do you know anything about bank loans for students? I've looked around but I haven't found anything and I'm not sure if I'm looking in the right places...
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Over here the government helps out a lot, especially if you're going into what they call a "professional" field, which includes medicine and dentistry. Banks also give lines of credit for quite large sums of money for the same reason.

I have a dual citizenship, do you know anything about bank loans for students? I've looked around but I haven't found anything and I'm not sure if I'm looking in the right places...
You are a UK citizen?
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