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Trusted Sources: Seeking Advice on Applying to Universities in Another Country

Trusted SourcesAre you a student who would like to apply to a university in another country? Researching and applying to universities in another country, and selecting an institution to attend can be both exciting and overwhelming. Trusted Sources: Seeking Advice on Applying to Universities in Another Country describes the advisors who can help you through the admission process.

Remember that no matter who is helping you through this process, universities have certain expectations of you. You have the responsibility to:  
  • Research, understand, and comply with the admission policies and procedures of each university. 
  • Be the sole author of your applications.
  • Be aware of and abide by the student visa regulations for the country where you will study. 

 

Download Trusted Sources in English, Chinese (中文), Spanish (Español), Korean (한국어), or Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt).

Who Can Help?

Use the tabs below to find out more about high school-based counselors, university admission officers, government-supported resources, independent educational consultants, and agents. ​​​​​​​​​​

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