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Universities In Denmark For International Students

Audrey Said:

I want to be a foreign exchange student?

We Answered:

I am currently a Rotary International Exchange Student!
I'm 16, and I'm American.
1st of all, Rotary is the cheapest option you will be able to find. Hopefully you'll be wanting to do a full-year exchange, as I am, because a lot of districts don't even offer half year exchanges. And in my personal opinion, half-year exchanges are totally NOT worth it. if that's you're only option, you'd be better to just stay home.
2nd, it's good you're getting started this early. I was 15 when i decided to go on exchange, and applied not even knowing if this was what i really should do. but even if you're just considering it, APPLY!
3rd, you will probably not get your 1st country. I don't know anyone that got their 1st country. I got my 4th, Denmark. My good friend is in Italy, her second choice, and she is one of the very few Americans living in Italy (it's a very sought after country, very few RYE students get it!)
I don't know any Americans living in other english-speaking countries, and I know A LOT of exchange students.
If you'd really like to go to just ONE country, you should look into another program, because nothing is written in stone with Rotary. I didn't even know who was picking me up in the airport when i flew out! You just have to kind of learn to trust them, because they're the best international program ever!
4th, go to a non-english speaking country! don't limit yourself. learning Danish has been such an adventure, and if you choose a Northern European country, then a lot of people will speak english anyways. i may be biased, but i think that you should choose DENMARK! best country in the world. love it here, never want to go home.
5th, Danish Rotary offers a Europe Tour for 3 weeks in May. i'll be going to France, Italy, Austria, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, and The Netherlands, for a very decent price!
6th, i would recommend being a RYE student your Junior year. Sophomore is too early, most countries won't even let you come if you're under 16. There are some very flexible countries, like Turkey, Denmark, and Brazil (brazil will take anybody!), but most have very strict rules about who comes into their country, some even require you to have learned their language (France, you must have 2 years of French, same with Belgium. You must have 2 years of German to go to Germany)

okay, i've written a lot. but i love exchange students. and if you're parents are even being that supportive, DO IT! you'll never regret it. don't count on Scotland or GB being available- you will probably not go there. France or Italy are more likely, but i would really recommend taking a chance, going to a country that you know nothing about. That's even more impressive than doing something safe and well-known. And even if the USA is accepting students from those countries, they probably aren't sending any kids out to those countries. so just keep an open-mind when choosing countries.

if you ever hear from that Danish exchange student again, tell them that I live on Bornholm, and that i love their country :D

Seth Said:

How do I know if I am an international or an EU student?

We Answered:

You will be an international student and will pay overseas fees.… ..

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