Although moving out seems a good solution, you really have to consider a lot of factors. If you do move out, will you still stay in touch with your family? Do you have relatives who might come after you? Because I know moving out in maroccan culture is only alowed if you marry. My parents didn't speak to me for 2 years and I haven't seen my grandparents for over 5 years now. My parents never pushed me to where a hijab, so I was lucky, but if I'm over there my dad still asks me if I pray every day.
here is what u can do to face the parental and peer pressure..make it a gradual change not a sudden one..make them expect what u r going to do..no one likes surprices
hope u do well after all
I can understand your problem so well. but, I don't think I have further solutions than the ones have been told earlier.
Here is all what I can suggest!.. Until you graduate you just have to, at least, try taking your veil off while you're out in safe places with your closest friends. You can also always speak out here in T|A if you're worried of schizophrenia.
You, at the same time, have to do exactly what you're asked for to earn more trust!
I have been faking lots of prayers and fasting for nearly two years now, and therefore it goes just PERFECTLY FINE with me.
I guess if you started to focus on that for your upcoming four years, you will be able to gain their trust to let you study abroad.
good luck and stay strong =)