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I'm a British student and I'm about to start an MSc in History at the Uni of Edinburgh but online as I work full time. I love what I'm doing and my ultimate goal is to teach. I've recently been really into the idea of studying in the US for after my Masters, due to some academic and personal reasons, and wondered what the process for UK/International students is to apply for grad school in the US, what people's experiences of it was, was it worth it? I know it's a lot longer, more expensive, but I've seen some courses that seem really good.
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Not my area of expertise, but one important thing to note is that any decent PhD program in the US will be fully funded (tuition and a living stipend) so money may actually work in the US's favour. Typically, a PhD program will also have a masters built into it as well, though many applicants will also already have a masters
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