Anyone know of a study abroad program that has direct enrollment within country of choice & also accepts applicants in their early-mid 20s?
- ibu guruLv 72 months ago
If you want to go to university in a foreign country, you must meet that university's specific requirements to apply for admission. If accepted, then you must prove you have sufficient funds for all school + living expenses + return transportation to your country of citizenship to apply for student visa.
The only other type of study abroad program might be through your current university's study abroad program with an affiliated university for up to a year of studies at one of the affiliated/contracted foreign universities.
- charlatanLv 72 months ago
can you be a little more intelligible please
- GypsyfishLv 72 months ago
I think you're talking about two different things. "Study abroad programs" arrange trips for people enrolled in US schools- high school or college. They spend a semester or a year studying in another country and transfer the credits back. They pay tuition to their home school, and all their financial aid applies.
Direct enrollment would be you applying to the university in whatever country you want to go to. Most take international students, but the costs can be high, and they won't give you an financial aid. Your age doesn't matter. I know much older students who have done study abroad.