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I'm in my second year of university in England and was wondering if it was possible to transfer to an american university... What year i would enter? Has anyone done something similar? What's the financial side like? - do you have to fund yourself - can you get loans to do so? Which university are most friendly (has the most) British students?
It's possible, but the transfer process won't be entirely smooth, because the US and UK uni systems are structured quite differently. In the US, a bachelors degree takes 4 years to complete, not 3. And in the US, you're required to take extensive numbers of "classes" outside of your "major" (course). So while you may be at year 2 in your course at a UK uni, you'll be missing all of the non-major classes required by a US uni, and each uni will need to look at your work and decide how well it matches up to the work required for your major at their uni. I have no doubt that it will take you 2 years or more of US uni to complete your bachelors here. US unis are far more expensive than UK unis are, because US unis don't receive much, if any, funding from the US govt. UK unis are heavily subsidized via your govt. US students are eligible for financial aid, which can help them pay for school. Many US unis don't give such aid to foreign students - but some do. Again, you need to ask each uni if they have financial aid for foreign students, and if so, how to apply. I understand that the UK govt does offer some funding for UK students who study overseas. I think it's a bursary. I'm not sure. You'll have to look into it. Otherwise, you will need to take out a loan in the UK to cover the cost of your studies. I'm not sure which US uni has the most foreign students. I'd imagine that those on the coasts would have the most - especially those in washington and New England, and those in California. But all US unis accept international students - some, like Boston University, have tons. If you find that it's not possible for you to get your degree from a US uni, then consider doing a year, or a summer abroad in the US. You can talk to your uni about those options.
I looked into it and it is not possible at state schools or any of the decent private schools I looked at. It isn't like transferring in the EU. I can't say there isn't a school, though, so you can keep looking.
Check out harvard university.