first you need 70k per annum in money if you want to go to oxbridge. and no, you're not going to get financial aid/scholarship. other than that, the hard part about oxbridge from au is not much. they have relatively lenient requirements for au students and it's probably a bit easier than getting into med in sydney lmao.I would like some tips or any advice when applying to overseas uni's.
us has pog financial aid at the top schools. u barely pay anything if u dont have the means to.Remember that for UK unis you’re an international student and are treated like one in terms of fees ($$$$$) and the lowered entry requirements.
US is a different story since everyone pays (or gets a loan) for $$$$$$
Yh the Ivies are known for being quite affordable with aid since they have huge endowments.us has pog financial aid at the top schools. u barely pay anything if u dont have the means to.
pretty sure they have quotas for international students and should be slightly different, but ye not really a "cash cow" for top tier.Yh the Ivies are known for being quite affordable with aid since they have huge endowments.
But yh in the US, pretty sure you're treated as just an applicant, rather than an "international student" aka cash cow (hence the lowered requirements) like the Australian and UK unis do.
I dont think it is how long u should study, but it's rather how you structure it, like you could studying 10 hours a day for the week, but you could study like 1-2 hours every day for a week, so then u wont get burnt out.And any advice on getting 99 atar like study tips, how many hours a week?