What is the process for foreign studies in a low crime city?
I am a mother of a student that start college in the year 2020. She is interested in studying the Spanish and Japanese languages in a foreign country ( Spain or Japan ) in an English instruction setting in a a university with a good reputation and in a low crime city. How do I start the process of applying, what is required for acceptance, how to start the process for a passport/ Visa. Or is it advised to start college in my hometown and later apply as a foreign exchange student?
Is there someone I can personally call for assistance in English?
Mr.Gustavo Rocha and Mrs.Martha Rocha
Asked by: Martha Rocha, 11 months ago
Japan is probably the safest country in the world when it comes to crime. Spain is not a bad country either, crime rates are higher than in Japan but much lower than in the Americas for example, I have never felt unsafe in Spain.
The process of applying is the same regardless of where you want to study. We have outlined the process in our Checklist to Study Abroad.
If her primary reason for studying the languages are to become fluent I would recommend stuyding at private language schools abroad. They offer flexible courses in small classes with a focus on practical language usage. In Japan it is also much cheaper to study in a language school than in a university.
If you want personal assistance you should fill out our information request form. Then we will put you in touch with suitable schools and partner who can help you.
Answered by: Johan at DreamStudies, 2019-07-15 13:06:07
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