People also ask
Can I transfer my degree from abroad to the US?
Students coming to study in America may find that a degree may not transfer completely, qualifications earned overseas might not be accepted by employers, and credits might not transfer from one university to another.
Can I study abroad after college?
You can find tons of programs offering study abroad for recent college graduates. There also study abroad for older adults too (you can even bring your family along for the ride!). Maybe you want to dive into a new culture or practice those rusty language skills you learned in high school or college.
Do I need a visa for my study abroad trip?
If your study abroad trip is during the summer, or under three-months long, you may not need a visa. Most countries will allow students to enter the country for up to 90 days on a tourist visa. However, this isn’t true of all countries so definitely make sure you check and double check what kind of visa (if any) you’ll need.
Do secondary education credits earned internationally transfer?
Different countries have different education requirements and many handle the transfer of secondary education credits earned internationally very differently. Although you can study abroad through various types of foreign exchange programs, the credits at a foreign university may not always transfer.