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Does anybody know of any scholarships for Canadians that want to study in the U.S?
Specifically, I was wondering if Ringling offered any. The school lists some scholarships on their site, but they don't mention anything for international students.
Because seriously, paying over $10,000 a semester is crazy.
I just checked out your gallery. I gather you're attending university right now.
Are you in a BFA program? You have a good feeling for design, but there are some basic representational sill sets missing. If you can figure out how to get those skills, either by taking individual specific courses or finding one program that offers them, you may not need to involve yourself in another degree program.
I'd finish the degree you almost have (you've already invested 3 and a half years!), and then make a plan to get the skills you lack. What is your career goal? If you're still in the GTA, and depending on your goals, there may be some good workshops available. I'd be happy to share whatever information I have. There are many skilled people teaching privately.