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BU Study Abroad

BU Study Abroad

Application After I made the decision to do a semester abroad at very short notice, I quickly chose Canada and, due to its good location and good ratings, finally Brock University or BU. At StudiVZ, I had made contact with former exchange students at Brock before my application and their positive experiences also convinced me! Finally I had MicroEDU send me the application documents and off I went! The application is not particularly difficult in itself, a short letter of…

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UNSW Study Abroad

UNSW Study Abroad

I applied for semester 1, i. e. our summer semester 2016 at UNSW. The MicroEDU staff were at my side with all questions about university selection and applications, so there are usually no problems here. 1. Flights I decided to add a few more stops to my semester in Sydney, i. e. I flew back to Germany via Los Angeles and therefore booked all my flights one way. This was of course a little more expensive, but I can still…

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UTS Study Abroad

UTS Study Abroad

Organizational matters before departure It is worth planning the exchange as early as possible, preferably six months in advance. The preparation is extremely simplified thanks to the extraordinary support of MicroEDU (http://www. MicroEDU. com) and it is therefore highly recommended to plan the exchange with their help. Simply provide the requested documents such as certificates and English proof of English, submit the application form to MicroEDU and apply for the visa (cost AUD 540). MicroEDU ‘s service is free. It…

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UoN Study Abroad

UoN Study Abroad

Application & course selection The application on MicroEDU ran super easy. Sabine was available to answer any questions and I thought it was great that you always sent all documents to MicroEDU first, where they were then checked for completeness and only then passed on to the UoN abroad. So I was always sure that I had really thought of everything. In the end, the process went really quickly and I was accepted after just a few weeks. Before I…

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SUT Study Abroad

SUT Study Abroad

You should start preparing for a semester abroad outside of Europe at least 6 months in advance. After choosing Australia, I drove straight to the MicroEDU office, got personal advice and was given a list of the documents I needed. The complete application is then submitted directly to MicroEDU and forwarded from there. Documents Application form Proof of English Transcript of Records curriculum vitae Copy of the passport You can also get all further information on this from MicroEDU. Visa,…

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JCU Study Abroad

JCU Study Abroad

As part of my dual studies at the European University of Applied Sciences (EUFH) in Brühl, a semester abroad was an integral part of the course from the beginning of the course (which was also a reason for studying at the EUFH). The choice of university was up to me. I had already chosen Australia as the country, but the university that I was going to was still missing. The MicroEDU. com website helped me a lot with my selection….

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University of California Santa Barbara Student Review

University of California Santa Barbara Student Review

Since I have also read various testimonials while looking for the right university, I take the liberty of putting a small summary with the most important points in front of you in order to save you time if necessary. If the summary arouses greater interest, you will find the detailed description on the following pages. Costs First things first: A semester abroad as a free mover in the USA costs money. If you are looking for a “cheap” stay abroad,…

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University of California San Diego Student Review

University of California San Diego Student Review

APPLICATION AND VISA The application went smoothly. I actually applied relatively late and the application deadline for some universities in the USA had already expired. Still, I still had a good choice. As is well known, to study in America you need a visa. To get this is actually not particularly difficult, at least if you don’t intend to sell drugs there or force women into prostitution (you are asked really seriously when filling out the visa). It is quite…

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University of California Los Angeles Student Review

University of California Los Angeles Student Review

Arrivals: It is advisable not to get off the plane on the day the summer session begins – one should not underestimate the jet lag. It’s much more comfortable to get used to the climate and time in LA for a day or two. Cheap solutions are, for example, motels (such as Motel6) or various hostels. A taxi from the airport including tip costs around $ 40 – you can also take the bus ($ 0.75, line 6 from the…

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University of California, Berkeley Student Review

University of California, Berkeley Student Review

My preparation I’ve always wanted to study abroad for a while and wasn’t sure if it would be something for me. I have now been in Berkeley, California for a total of seven weeks . The application process for the summer session was really simple. I think if you apply directly, you have a good chance. There was a form to download that explains the application process in detail. So the preparation was very easy for me. At first it…

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