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Study abroad

What are the costs?

What are the costs?

What are the costs?

Some countries are free, low-cost• 1k to 9k+ tuition persemester, expenses.

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How do I pay for Studying Abroad?

How do I pay for Studying Abroad?

How do I pay for Studying Abroad?

Student aid•

School’s study abroad program•

Fellowships, grants

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Where Will You Be Living?

Where Will You Be Living?

Where Will You Be Living?


Option 1: Universities
Many students are placed in Universities abroad


Allows you to live with fellow Salisbury Students as well as local students in your country
(Right) University of Stirling- Stirling, Scotland.
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Where Will You Be Living?

 Where Will You Be Living?

 Where Will You Be Living?

  1. • Option 2:Home Stay

  2. • Some programs allow you to live with a resident of your selected country

  3. • Gives you a authentic understanding of the culture.

  4. • Tends to be cheaper

  5. • (Right) Andalucia, Spain

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Where Will You Be Living?

 Where Will You Be Living?

 Where Will You Be Living?

• Hotels , live with a family , in Apartment , with friends .

• Gives you the luxury benefits of a Hotel

• May be easier to transition

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Adding Value to your Degre

 Adding Value to your Degre

 Adding Value to your Degree

• Linking a minor to your degree is a smart choice

• Classes taken abroad can be applied to a minor

• It can enhance your For Example: A Communications Major .

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Studying Abroad

Studying Abroad

Studying Abroad: An Interview With Someone Who’s Been There.

• Journalism major .

• Many minors available with many study abroad programs

• Learn a new language

• Open your horizons

• Live a unique college experience .

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Cultural Benefits

Cultural Benefits

Cultural Benefits•

  • . Gain New Perspectives of The World:

  • • Studying abroad gives opportunities to students to see and interact with different cultures.

  • • Cultures can include foreign city life, ancient civilizations, and more!

  • • Gives students hands-on experience to understand the world.

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Student Visa Interview Advice

Student Visa Interview Advice

Student Visa Interview Advice

Visa  Although you should remember to bring all potentially useful documents, it is also important to remember that the visa interview is a conversation, not a document review session.  The best thing that you can do is to clearly articulate

  

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 Why you want to go to the specific school ?

 

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 What you plan to study?

   

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 How you plan to use your education when you return home?

Be ready to cover this information in no more than about 3 to 5 sentences, and practice saying those sentences with family and friends until you become comfortable with the English.

Here are some of the types of questions that you might get asked:

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    Why have you chosen this university?

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    Who will sponsor your education?

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    Why don’t you study this in your own country?

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    Do you intend to work in the United States? Remember that only very limited amounts and types of                  work are permitted under student visa status.

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    What are your plans after finishing the degree?

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    What was your TOEFL score?

Also important, as for any first conversation, is to dress nicely and smile. 

In regard to documents, it is better to have too many documents than to have too few. Just keep them in order so you can find whatever you may need.

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