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I'm from the USA and I want to go to Glasgow University, but my parents don't want me to leave and won't help!?

My parents love me, want the best for me, but they won't let me go to the school that i want because they don't want me to leave. so... they won't help me figure out the logistics of going to school in another country. so it's completly up to me and i've been all over the internet trying to find how the best way is to go about it. i can't seem to find anything really helpful to get me started. i've contacted the college but they give me the run around saying, you need to talk to this person, then they send me to another person, etc... my basic questions: -how do i get funding to pay for tuition? i could get loans, but they're only good in the USA and won't help me overseas. i can't work long enough while i'm there to pay for school and rent and go to class. (i'm studying nursing... very time consuming) -would it be better if i just applied for dual citizenship for both the USA and the UK? i think that would help with finding a job, finding a place to live and getting my student visa, but i'm not sure... -does anyone know anyone who can help me iron this all out? places i can reference? poeple i can talk too? like i said, my parents won't help. they don't think it's realistic. i want to study healthcare in the UK because i agree with the way their healthcare system is structured. a national healthcare plan where people can recieve all the help they need rather than being turned away because you don't have the really expensive healthcare insurance or you don't get all the help you need because your insurance doesn't cover it like in the USA. help?! thanks!!

Asked By: Jade Poe - 9/5/2008
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I am also from the US and came over to London to get my Master's Degree in 2006 so I'll give you some advice from my experience. I completed my degreee and now live and work in London... More
Answered By: AutumnBanter - 9/5/2008
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