• Do French people like me?

    I'm a young American man, who loves French people. They are so sweet and innocent, and so adorable. I really wish all of them were my children. If I moved to France would they like me? Would they approve of me?
    I'm a young American man, who loves French people. They are so sweet and innocent, and so adorable. I really wish all of them were my children. If I moved to France would they like me? Would they approve of me?
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • A levels in Ireland from Pakistan?

    Hi so my friend was born in Ireland but was raised in Pakistan and has done her equivalent to GCSEs there and wishes to come back to Ireland to start her A levels and go onto university in Ireland. However isn't in the financial position for her family to just pay for her to go. How can she then go to ireland... show more
    Hi so my friend was born in Ireland but was raised in Pakistan and has done her equivalent to GCSEs there and wishes to come back to Ireland to start her A levels and go onto university in Ireland. However isn't in the financial position for her family to just pay for her to go. How can she then go to ireland to do her A levels, is it possible? and can anybody please recommend where to go to talk about this?
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Ideas of work abroad?

    Best answer: Your path of least resistance will be teaching English. That's the only occupation where you'll find a lot of businesses willing to hire a foreign high-school graduate and help with getting a work visa. Many people teaching English abroad have absolutely no qualifications other than being a native English... show more
    Best answer: Your path of least resistance will be teaching English. That's the only occupation where you'll find a lot of businesses willing to hire a foreign high-school graduate and help with getting a work visa. Many people teaching English abroad have absolutely no qualifications other than being a native English speaker. So you can gain a big competitive advantage even with something small. You could look for a short intensive program in ESL teaching that you could take over your summer break. I did a 1 month program in Mexico and it was helpful finding a job later in Japan.

    You should be aware that some countries won't usually grant work visas to people without a college degree. I know Japan doesn't. In general, the poorer the country, the less likely they are to have a restriction like that.

    Have you also considered going to school abroad instead of working. I know that's more difficult financially, but I think for most young people that would be a more rewarding experience. There are various exchange student programs; some universities in the UK might offer study abroad for a year as an option; you could find a private language school in the country you want to visit; etc.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Would you let your teenager study abroad ?

    i’m just curious to know if you as a parent would let your 15 year old almost 16 year old, responsible and independent kid travel overseas with a program to study abroad for up to 6 months to up to 12 months, and perform at a performing arts school?
    i’m just curious to know if you as a parent would let your 15 year old almost 16 year old, responsible and independent kid travel overseas with a program to study abroad for up to 6 months to up to 12 months, and perform at a performing arts school?
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I am in engieering and I study only in class not in home.Please help.?

    Best answer: maybe you should go study with your friends
    Best answer: maybe you should go study with your friends
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How can I get a scholarship to study medicine (MBBS) in Europe? ( Belgium or Germany are countries that I'm thinking of more)?

    I made it in our own country's entrance exam and I got accepted in one of top 3 medical universities but duo to some politics , the degree value of my country's degrees are coming down and they are not letting good professors to continue teaching inside the country . there are things that is concerning me... show more
    I made it in our own country's entrance exam and I got accepted in one of top 3 medical universities but duo to some politics , the degree value of my country's degrees are coming down and they are not letting good professors to continue teaching inside the country . there are things that is concerning me should I take action to somehow move to study abroad or should I stay? (I'm fluent in English and French besides my another tongue) How can I change universities ? ( my current university is still approved by most of EU countries)
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Deciding my next move?

    I just graduated from high school and fortunately my parents allowed me to apply to any university that I Like. But recently they’ve been trying to convince me to stay in country and study there. I live with two siblings one of then has a very rare mental disability and I just so happen to be responsible for... show more
    I just graduated from high school and fortunately my parents allowed me to apply to any university that I Like. But recently they’ve been trying to convince me to stay in country and study there. I live with two siblings one of then has a very rare mental disability and I just so happen to be responsible for anything that happens to her, for shorts i make her food, put her to sleep, etc. I know that if I leave, my disabled sister would put a lot of weight on my parents. Regardless of how much i offer them, my parents keep treating me poorly in other words, they demotivate me, insult me, never reward me, always blame me. Now this all may sound like childplay or that I’m over exaggerating, but I actually thought of suicide on several occasions. For those who are worried I reassure you I won’t, but im still preplexed on whether I should stay or not, I want to help my parents, my father is near retirement and they barely are able to handle my disabled sister without my help which I gladly offer but in the end no matter how much I offer I always get let down and sometimes I feel like I’m taken for granted. Like my father insulted me because he had to go pick something I couldn’t pick up myself and because of it he missed a football match. Please i need to know whether i should stay in this country and help my parents but really suffer from depression because of it or leave the country and make a life for myself.
    4 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • How to study medicine abroad as a south african.?

    I am a 19 year old white south african and i would like to study medicine abroad. It is too difficult for me to study medicine in south africa due to my skin colour. I have obtained my matric with not the best marks but i also have not done the required subjects to study medicine, namely; Life sciences, physical... show more
    I am a 19 year old white south african and i would like to study medicine abroad. It is too difficult for me to study medicine in south africa due to my skin colour. I have obtained my matric with not the best marks but i also have not done the required subjects to study medicine, namely; Life sciences, physical sciences and Maths. I know medicine requires excellent marks and i know i am capable of getting those marks. Please tell me of a matric equivalent that i need to study abroad. I was looking into the SAT's but i do not fully understand how to go about registering. I dont mind studying in asia, europe or north and south America. Please provide many different ways of going about it.
    4 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Study Abroad: University of Reading VS Exeter?

    I'm planning to study abroad from the United Stated in Spring 2019. I'm currently majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in marketing. My study abroad advisor recommended these schools as they are partners with the college I'm at right now. He doesn't see a problem with me... show more
    I'm planning to study abroad from the United Stated in Spring 2019. I'm currently majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in marketing. My study abroad advisor recommended these schools as they are partners with the college I'm at right now. He doesn't see a problem with me getting in the program with my current GPA (3.97) but said it would come down to what classes would transfer back but mainly personal preference. From what I know and have researched so far, both are extremely creditable schools -- Reading is a well-respected university about an hour away from London and Exeter is equivalent to an Ivy League school in America. What I'm thinking and am torn on is the fact that because I am studying abroad, I would love to get more of the city experience that Reading could offer due to its proximity to London. I don't want my experience to be all work, no play, and I know that Reading is still a reputable school. However, Exeter is extremely renowned for its business school. I feel like no matter what I'll get a new experience studying across the globe, but I really don't know how to compare these schools. I can't find anything comparing their business schools nor can I find anything that's pretty recent. I would love to hear current/past students thoughts on this. Thank you!
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Study Abroad in Spain or Mexico?

    Hey all, I’m a 3rd year foreign languages major in college and in the near future I’ll have to choose to study in Spain or Mexico. Of course since all the professors in my department are from Spain they push Spain, however I’ve always had an interest in Latin America and feel that Mexico could have a lot to offer... show more
    Hey all, I’m a 3rd year foreign languages major in college and in the near future I’ll have to choose to study in Spain or Mexico. Of course since all the professors in my department are from Spain they push Spain, however I’ve always had an interest in Latin America and feel that Mexico could have a lot to offer as well. Everyone I’ve talked to about it I hear mixed responses. So any thoughts?
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Studying abroad experience?

    I'm 17 I live in the U.K. But I was born a n the US. I've never been back there.... anyways I'm currently taking a levels (sociology photography Spanish) and I'm still deciding which course to peruse at a higher level. But I had the idea of studying photography I. The US and I was just wondering if... show more
    I'm 17 I live in the U.K. But I was born a n the US. I've never been back there.... anyways I'm currently taking a levels (sociology photography Spanish) and I'm still deciding which course to peruse at a higher level. But I had the idea of studying photography I. The US and I was just wondering if some of you could describe the advantages and disadvantage of living abroad and possibly some good universities to study photography at:) Thank you!!
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Can I study abroad with a GED? If not what can i do?

    So I am interested in studying over seas for a bachelors in some form of engineering. As of right now im thinking electrical. Currently I only have a GED and a B in a English class in a local community college. Is there any way i could still get into a reputable university in a place like Germany, and if not what... show more
    So I am interested in studying over seas for a bachelors in some form of engineering. As of right now im thinking electrical. Currently I only have a GED and a B in a English class in a local community college. Is there any way i could still get into a reputable university in a place like Germany, and if not what can I do to make it possible? I see cost of living and schooling and living is much more doable over there compared to the united states. Not only that im sure id learn how to speak German which is a plus, and i would get to experience a whole new continent.
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Have you been abroad this year?

    Best answer: no, cant afford to do it now, im out of work
    Best answer: no, cant afford to do it now, im out of work
    10 answers · 2 months ago