I'm working on getting a new job. However, there's a possibility that I might be leaving the country in 7 months to get my masters degree so if I were to start the new job, at say the beginning of April, I would only have been there for a little more than half a year. I feel guilty doing this but at the same time nothing is set in stone and I would hate to pass up a great job opportunity just because I'm banking on a chance to go abroad they may or may not come to be (the chances are great but again anything can happen).
Options I've thought of:
Stay with my current job until I know for sure whether or not I'll be leaving the country.
Being upfront about my situation during the interview process. Ergo letting them know that upon hiring me there is a chance I'll have to quit soon after.
Asking potential employers if I an work remotely either full-time or part-time if I find out that I will be leaving.
Am I complicating the situation more than it needs to be and should I wait until I know more or will I risk burning bridges?