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Title From Ohio State to Deggendorf

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college in europeIn this episode, Jenn talks with Chelsea Workman. Chelsea started studying Philosophy at Ohio State. Although she chose an ‘affordable’ public school, the tuition, at over $10k per year, soon put financial stress on my father and meant she needed to work in addition to studying. She began racking up debt. Eventually, she dropped out, believing it futile to pay over $40,000 for a bachelor’s degree in a subject she could easily learn for free, say by reading in a local coffee shop. She decided instead to work full-time and save some money. Her sister was working at a school in a small town in Germany and suggested Chelsea give it a try. Chelsea has now finished her bachelor’s degree in Germany and has traveled extensively – all while on a budget.

Guest: Chelsea Workman

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CNN Money Article

Chelsea’s Blog on Beyond the States

Ohio State University

Study Abroad and the Secret of Direct Enrollment

Deggendorf International University

Erasmus +

European Study Abroad: How to Study in More than One Country without Going Broke

College Cost Comparison

College Cost Comparison 2