Being a graduate student in the US without additional funds

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NorStudent
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Being a graduate student in the US without additional funds

Postby NorStudent » Sun Apr 20, 2014 10:08 am

Hello, I'm a math student from Norway. Seeing as all education is free here, attending university for my Bachelor's is not a problem, even with my financial difficulties. However, the prices in the US are pretty steep. I'd like to go there, as I am doing fairly well. So I am wondering: is it possible to study, live and eat as a graduate student in the US with the funding one receives as a TA and/or other resources that most students receive?

lowdt
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Re: Being a graduate student in the US without additional funds

Postby lowdt » Sun Apr 20, 2014 1:02 pm

Most programs have good funding for admitted students. You will not be rich, but it will be enough. The hard part, actually, is being admitted.




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