Ok. I thought I had it all planned out. Being a kind mother, I planned on waiting until AFTER I had completed my nursing degree to move to UK, so as not to interrupt my teenage daughter's senior year in high school (she is 16, and a junior right now). My daughter, on the other hand, has recently come to me asking if there is any reason why I can't complete my nursing degree in the UK, so that we can both go together this summer.
Not exactly something I was expecting, but it got me to thinking.... I'm going to be heavily relying on grants/scholarships/student loans ANYWAY to go through nursing classes here, I could probably do the same in the UK, right? From what I've seen, US college financing covers me even if I am going to college in the UK. So...here's my list of questions (sorry!!!):
If, for either schooling or a job possibility that kinda landed in my lap, I decided to go this summer (BIG timetable change!!)....
1. What is the schooling situation for my daughter, who would be turning 17 this summer?
2. Would she go straight to college? Would it be of more benefit to take her GED before she goes? Or not?
3. If I am on a student visa, is she allowed to work part time while in school also?
I'm sure there are more questions, but that is the first "wave" of them. Thanks