GED is usually seen as equivalent to 5 GCSE passes but no A levels. No uni here is likely to accept you onto a degree course with GED alone. You need in addition 2-3 A levels or Int Bacc. Or you can do a foundation degree or uni access course first.Has anyone with a GED been successful in moving to England? I've had a series of unfortunate events in my life that have hindered my high school career. I'm 18 years old and it's been my dream to live in England for as long as I can remember.
Neither is a shortage occupation and it will be next to impossible to get a sponsored work visa. It really is very difficult for young Americans to live and work in UK, unless you have an EU passport or are or going to be married to or enter into civil partnership with a British or most European citizen, and even this route is being tightened and restricted. No working holiday visa (called youth mobility scheme) is open to Americans, but is available to Canadians (because of reciprocal programme for young Britons there). If it's any consolation, the reverse is true for Britons moving to US - very difficult.What if I was not to attend uni? My plan is to work when I move there... I am working on becoming a certified Travel Associate at the moment, I was also going to take a simple bar tending course so I have at least a couple options.
I have friends (who are professionals) that live in England so I'm not going to be entirely on my own. Opinions?