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just pack up and go to europe?

i was accepted to the engineering program at cu, but my dad is not unemployed and every single person within my life that has enough credit to sign over a student loan and my dad hasnt filed taxes so i cant get financial aid. if it doesnt work out, i'm saving my money and going to europe. i have been speaking spanish for 6 years, so maybe spain. or france. italy. anywhere really. how do i go about making this happen successfully? i refuse to live the life my brothers and sisters do around me. HELP!! kait

Asked By: Kait - 5/6/2011
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You're better off finding a way to make it financially for CU and make moving to Europe a longer range goal. I moved from Colorado to Italy and still have my home there. Even though I was asked to move by the company I work for, the process wasn't easy... More
Answered By: conley39 - 5/6/2011
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You can't do that. You can't just up and move to Europe. It doesn't work that way. You will be sent back. Stay in your own country, and find a way to go to college. Without a university education, you are totally useless in any European country. Sorry, but that's the hard cold fact of the matter.
Answered By: Orla C - 5/6/2011
 
Assuming you have a passport, the first step is really to just start looking for plane tickets. Find the cheapest ticket you can into just about any city. Amsterdam and Frankfurt always seem to be the cheapest from where I fly, but you'll have to search for yourself. If you're on a budget, I would skip most of... More
Answered By: Levi - 5/6/2011
 
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