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so recently i’ve been considering about studying internationally, possibly north america. but the question is, is it really worth it? would it be harder financially or are there student loans - i’ve had a look online but i’m not finding much. if anyone could give advice on studying internationally in general - in terms of financial situations and expenses that would be great. thanks in advance 💗
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Have you looked at degrees that are based in the uk but have a year abroad? This might be a good mix and you’ll still be able to get funding like a normal degree
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A You aren't entitled to UK finance if you study outside the UK but you can be entitled to the country's student finance. This varies where you are from.
B: Once again rates varies where you are from-e.g if you are an EU national you will pay domestic rates at EU universities if not that you will be forced to pay full whack up front.
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