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hey people, im planning on taking a year or two to study in thailand and am wundering how anybody pays to live there while on education visa. i read you could not work on an education visa. do you survive off a student loan or do you have an income coming in while your studying abroad? any comments would be much appreciated. just not exactly sure how to go about it. thanks

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hey people, im planning on taking a year or two to study in thailand and am wundering how anybody pays to live there while on education visa. i read you could not work on an education visa. do you survive off a student loan or do you have an income coming in while your studying abroad? any comments would be much appreciated. just not exactly sure how to go about it. thanks

I had other business interests outside of Thailand and did consulting for companies back home.

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hey people, im planning on taking a year or two to study in thailand and am wundering how anybody pays to live there while on education visa. i read you could not work on an education visa. do you survive off a student loan or do you have an income coming in while your studying abroad? any comments would be much appreciated. just not exactly sure how to go about it. thanks

Maybe not too helpful but come here with a bucket of money (I did the same about 18 years ago when I was staying in France). The bucket might not need to be as big as for France but still.....

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Hi,

I have never gone through such type of problem but my friend stay in Thailand he do a job there and he has also completed his study there. He had taken a loan for his studies. I'll defiantly let you know after confirming him.

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