Can I study abroad if I did not finish high school?

Hi,

I dropped out of high school after 2 years. Do I still have a chance to study abroad?

Asked by: Tom, 1 year ago


Answer:

Universities usually demand that you have a high school diploma. However, you can always study at a language school abroad they accept students who want to learn the language regardless of their educational background.

If you want to study in the US then Seattle Central Colleges High School Completion Plus program would be a very good option for you. In this unique program, you get an Associate Degree AND a High School Diploma from Washington State in only two years. So you can complete an American Bachelor's Degree in four years, i.e. just as quickly as if you already had a high school diploma!

Answered by: Johan at DreamStudies, 2017-10-03 18:31:09 This is an accepted answer.

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