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Follow Chris Allen, 25 years old, who is raising money to move abroad to follow his dream of being a vet. "If I stayed in the UK I would never be able to afford to follow this dream, however I have been offered a place at the UVM Kosice in Slovakia starting this September 2012", says Chris.
"Unfortunately there is no government support for Postgraduate degree’s (and there is no academic loan system like the USA) so I am having to pay for this all myself. The postgrad course is 4 years long. Tuition costs £7,500 per year, accomodation costs £1440 per year, and food/general living costs will be around £150/month so in total I need to raise around £10,000 a year or £40,000 total."