What are the differences in studying abroad?
So i finished economic high school without taking any matura in Croatia, i got on paper that i passed high school, so if i want to study abroad lets say US, or Canada, do i have to have some certificate or is this paper enough that i passed high school. because i know that is different in other countires but i dont know how different.
Asked by: Valentin, 2 years ago
I am not familiar with the school system in Croatia, but as a general rule if you have completed 12 years high school and are eligible for university studies in your home country, then you usually fulfill the basic requirements for studying at universities abroad. On top of this you would need to prove that your English is good enough and that you fulfill the other requirements to take a specific program.
If you are not eligible for university studies in Croatia, you will probably not be accepted by US universities either. However, you could still study at a Community College in the US, there you would most likely be accepted.
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Answered by: Johan at DreamStudies, 2020-03-10 20:50:29
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