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    I'm from Canada and looking to apply at some schools in the UK. Now obviously this is a much pricier option compared to if I just study at home but I think the experience would be well worth it. Just looking to get some insight from other Canadians already studying in the UK on student loans. I know Canada student loans have plenty of approved institutions that they'll lend out money for in the UK but do they cap it the same as if you were studying at home even though the cost is much more? Or did they take into account that you are studying abroad and loan what you needed for tuition? Any information on this subject is greatly appreciated as I've been searching their website for a few days and can't seem to find this anywhere :eek3: Thanks!


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