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    • Smb3088
    • By Smb3088 5th Jul 18, 9:09 PM
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    Student loans to study abroad
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    • 5th Jul 18, 9:09 PM
    Student loans to study abroad 5th Jul 18 at 9:09 PM
    Iím looking into studying in USA at a university level to obtain a degree. Are there any student loans available for Uk citizens to study abroad? Or would it have to be personal loans to support this I.e from a bank ?
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    • _shel
    • By _shel 6th Jul 18, 5:55 AM
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    Iím looking into studying in USA at a university level to obtain a degree. Are there any student loans available for Uk citizens to study abroad? Or would it have to be personal loans to support this I.e from a bank ?
    Originally posted by Smb3088
    Nothing from government and loans from banks are possible but are based on your circumstances and ability to repay, which would be hard given you're a student.

    There may be various scholarships from the university itself.
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    • By Smb3088 6th Jul 18, 10:37 AM
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    Thank you in regards to scholarships I don!!!8217;t think I!!!8217;m lever enough to obtain one, maybe my tennis capabilities could be considerable.

    Do you know any USA universities that offer free tuition...
    • _shel
    • By _shel 6th Jul 18, 11:26 AM
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    Thank you in regards to scholarships I don!!!8217;t think I!!!8217;m lever enough to obtain one, maybe my tennis capabilities could be considerable.

    Do you know any USA universities that offer free tuition...
    Originally posted by Smb3088
    Highly unlikely there are any offering free tuition because they are private businesses with the goal of making money.
    Your best bet would be a scholarship, not all are based on your exam marks. Some would offer on your tennis ability or your personal circumstances, low income, diverse background etc
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    • By Starrystarrynight1 7th Jul 18, 7:52 PM
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    Have you thought about courses here in the UK which include a year in the US?
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    • zagubov
    • By zagubov 9th Jul 18, 3:14 PM
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    Some universities like Stirling make a big deal of spending at least a semester in the US.
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