What would happen if i transfer to a school abroad?hello! Im a secondary student in grade 10 what would happen if i travel abroad and transfer to a high school? Do i take a test which determines my level and from it they will choose the grade iwill be in ?
Asked by: Rolan, 4 months ago
Normally you only transfer to a school abroad at undergraduate level or higher. Secondary school is best to finish in your home country. Public high schools abroad usually only accept international students that move to the country with their family but you can take a high school exchange year abroad. Otherwise your only option is expensive boarding schools abroad.
Since this kind of transfer is very rare there are no standardized transfer system that I am aware of. The school will look at what you have studied in your home country and they might give you tests to determine your level in selected subjects.
Another option could be to take a high school completion plus program at Seattle Colleges in USA. There you can get accepted after 10th grade at home and take both an American High School Degree and an Associate Degree in only two years. You will need to have at least $24,500/year for tuition and living costs in order to get accepted. Fill out our information request form if you want more information about this school.
Answered by: Johan at DreamStudies, 2021-03-29 07:40:58
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