In the wake of Brexit, there are more and more questions that remain unanswered. At this time last year, I was a Canadian student with the dream of going for my Master’s Degree in England, and relying on my Italian citizenship (and as a result, ‘local’ student fees as opposed tot he astronomical foreign student fees) that would come along with it. Of course, there are ways to manage your student loans, for example using a personal banking company similar to SoFi that could aid with this. However, after Brexit, I began to reconsider if I really needed to pursue a university education any further. Regardless of whether or not trade deals can be achieved, for a lot of young people, it’s the sense that their future has been robbed. At the heart of their worries is the constant pressure put on British universities to offer student-friendly tuition fees, something that will be difficult once the EU university fundings stop. So, quite naturally, you want to ask yourself whether you should or not pursue your studies and go to university. Will it still be worth it, post-Brexit?