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Hi everybody, i have may be a stupid question, thank you for help and sorry for mistakes, i would like to pursue my education to have a master from US university in California, i was wondering if i should stop working as a condition to have a master or i can work and study in the same time? do you study and work in the same time ?

i have no idea about the education system here,

thanks

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People usually work and study in this country :) usually to afford daily and school expenses.


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Unless you're rich or won the lotto, most person in the US I think work and study.


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People usually work and study in this country :) usually to afford daily and school expenses.

Thank you , this is what i was thinking about

in my home country most person they study with no work unless they finish their school ,

Unless you're rich or won the lotto, most person in the US I think work and study.

thank you for your reply

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