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    I have always been quite curious, as although some countries have cheaper uni fees, it still is alot considering you dont have a system like SFE where you pay after you earn. plus accomodation and living may also be cheap but still - how is it being paid for... or is there a system like SFE people who study abroad have?
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    Everyone I know who is studying abroad (for their whole degree, as opposed to just one year) has their parents paying for it.
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    Rich parents and no responsibilities.
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    Rich parents and no responsibilities.
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    Everyone I know who is studying abroad (for their whole degree, as opposed to just one year) has their parents paying for it.
    woaaaahhh... i always thought studying abroad would be such a cool experience but whats the point if the parents get into more debt lol :unimpressed:
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    woaaaahhh... i always thought studying abroad would be such a cool experience but whats the point if the parents get into more debt lol :unimpressed:
    Haha it works fine if your parents can afford it.
 
 
 
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