Official Italian Students 2021 University Applicants

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Manooka
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This is the thread for Italian Students who are thinking of applying to UK Universities in 2021!

Meet and chat to other people applying here. Ice breaker questions:

What course are you applying for?
What subjects are you studying now?

You can find a big list of all the other applicant threads here >>
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Oh I wish there was replies on this. It would be cool to see some Italian students coming to study in the U.K. as I’m trying to learn Italian
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(Original post by cchloepx)
Oh I wish there was replies on this. It would be cool to see some Italian students coming to study in the U.K. as I’m trying to learn Italian
Hey, i'm an italian applicant. I never noticed this thread before
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Ciao a tutti, frequento il primo anno in "Accounting and Finance". Qualora abbiate delle domande rispondete a questo thread e cerchero' di dare una mano se possibile.
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How do you even afford the Overseas fees now that Brexit actually happened? I was thinking about studying in the UK when the situation was still uncertain and, if I couldn't afford to take out loans and pay for the cost of life in a major England city, I could still think about studying in Scotland, where the tuition for EU students was basically covered.

But what about now? How do you afford around 30.000 pounds a year, plus something like another 10.000 for maintenance? This is almost double the amount of my parents combined income lol. Are there any particual scholarships that I'm missing? The ones I saw give you 2.000 at MOST, and for Internation students there's just so few of them.
Or I don't know, maybe all the International and EU applicants are simply rich I guess lol.
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(Original post by MostlyRandom)
How do you even afford the Overseas fees now that Brexit actually happened? I was thinking about studying in the UK when the situation was still uncertain and, if I couldn't afford to take out loans and pay for the cost of life in a major England city, I could still think about studying in Scotland, where the tuition for EU students was basically covered.

But what about now? How do you afford around 30.000 pounds a year, plus something like another 10.000 for maintenance? This is almost double the amount of my parents combined income lol. Are there any particual scholarships that I'm missing? The ones I saw give you 2.000 at MOST, and for Internation students there's just so few of them.
Or I don't know, maybe all the International and EU applicants are simply rich I guess lol.
Or maybe you outright omitted the part where the repayments are tied to your income and, overall, unless you end up earning in the top 5%, you'll never pay back the entire credit which gets written-off after 30 years.
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Wait a second- are student loans even available for non-Home students?
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Wait a second- are student loans even available for non-Home students?
I don't think so, no.
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I don't think so, no.
Yep, that’s the problem then
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Ciao a tutti, frequento il primo anno in "Accounting and Finance". Qualora abbiate delle domande rispondete a questo thread e cerchero' di dare una mano se possibile.
Ciao! Stavo pensando di provare ad entrare in un università britannica quest'anno. Nel compilare L UCAS ho visto che chiedono i predicted grades per la fine del liceo come faccio a fornirli? Faccio una stima del voto della maturità basandomi sui crediti degli ultimi due anni? Te come hai fatto? Grazie mille.
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