Study at Cambridge without money.

I want to study at Cambridge, but I cannot afford it.
I need almost 40,000 pounds every year. I don’t live in the US or EU.
Do you have any ideas?

8 Answers

  1. First of all, you should apply. If they take you but you struggle with the payment, they can wait a year. By the way, you didn’t tell where you are from. A lot of countries provide a scholarship for talented students. The most difficult part is to satisfy the needs of Cambridge.
    But be sure, if they take you, you can also go to Yale or Harvard as they have good programs for people from financially weak families.

    chunkymonkey chunkymonkey Answered
  2. It sounds a lot like you want to buy a penthouse on the East Side but you don’t have money.
    I don’t know how we can help you. There are two options.
    Save or make money or get a loan.
    And maybe you should consider another university that is less prestigious.

    Mr.Oldman Mr.Oldman Answered
  3. You forgot to say where you live. Some countries have good programs for financial support. Your parents can borrow money.
    There is no other way.
    If you want to get a higher education, just try to find a college in your home country.
    Almost 80% of Americans save money and start to work in high school to cover the costs. Maybe you should do the same.

    Nilvis Nilvis Answered
  4. Try to choose the universities that you can afford.

    Smarto Smarto Answered
  5. Just forget about it. No money, bad grades. It is not about Cambridge.

    Lu dzi Lu dzi Answered
  6. You should be very intelligent. You should email Cambridge and ask whether they have a scholarship.

    Iriny Iriny Answered
  7. You will never enter Cambridge with 60 at mathematics.

    Erica Erica Answered