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Exchange programs in university

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Which programs would you recommend?
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@kaloolah wrote
Which programs would you recommend?


Depends what you want to study, what languages you know, and what country you want to go.
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@leviaidan wrote

@kaloolah wrote
Which programs would you recommend?


Depends what you want to study, what languages you know, and what country you want to go.


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Universities usually have partner universities in other countries that you go to because you can pay the same tuition there.
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@Zion wrote

@leviaidan wrote

@kaloolah wrote
Which programs would you recommend?


Depends what you want to study, what languages you know, and what country you want to go.


+1

Universities usually have partner universities in other countries that you go to because you can pay the same tuition there.



Yeah, but other than the tuition fee, u gotta pay for your own living fee and shelter, etc don't you? I guess it's gonna cost u more if you chose to study abroad. Even though I want to be an exchange student too..
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@harmony wrote

@Zion wrote

@leviaidan wrote

@kaloolah wrote
Which programs would you recommend?


Depends what you want to study, what languages you know, and what country you want to go.


+1

Universities usually have partner universities in other countries that you go to because you can pay the same tuition there.



Yeah, but other than the tuition fee, u gotta pay for your own living fee and shelter, etc don't you? I guess it's gonna cost u more if you chose to study abroad. Even though I want to be an exchange student too..


Yes, but it's still cheaper than going to an unaffiliated school. Some will have housing for exchange students and some won't (which drives up the price even more). There's also the travel fees, but I definitely think it's worth it overall.
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Are there any for Rotman Commerce? The speaker came to my school awhile back and talked about one where you spend time in Shanghai, London, NY.. something like that? I didn't hear him clearly though.
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@Zion wrote

@harmony wrote

@Zion wrote

@leviaidan wrote

@kaloolah wrote
Which programs would you recommend?


Depends what you want to study, what languages you know, and what country you want to go.


+1

Universities usually have partner universities in other countries that you go to because you can pay the same tuition there.



Yeah, but other than the tuition fee, u gotta pay for your own living fee and shelter, etc don't you? I guess it's gonna cost u more if you chose to study abroad. Even though I want to be an exchange student too..


Yes, but it's still cheaper than going to an unaffiliated school. Some will have housing for exchange students and some won't (which drives up the price even more). There's also the travel fees, but I definitely think it's worth it overall.



That's true. Basically all the universities in Canada have exchanging partner schools that are the top in the other countries as well, which makes it worth going. I know there's scholarships out there too u can try and apply. But I just don't know how many ppl are intersted in the exchange program and are going after for those scholarships..I wonder if I'll have a chance of getting them..
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Programs such as Australearn are really good (if you want to go to Australia, NZ or somewhere in the surrounding area)
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