When it comes to student exchange, Marion and her family have done it all. They’ve had a son who has lived and studied in Germany in the 1990s and, over the years, they’ve hosted students from many countries including Japan, Germany, America, and, just recently, Finland and Sweden. Experiencing the world was always important
Student Exchange has always been a part of Charlotte’s life. Her grandparents hosted an exchange student many years ago, and the families have always kept in contact, in particular due to the wonderful relationship formed between the host siblings. Earlier this year, while on her own exchange, Charlotte met up with her Grandparent’s exchange student’s daughter.
“In 2015, year 10 at school, I decided to take a risk and do an exchange program. After being recommended your company by a friend, I applied. I was placed in the city of Naples, Italy for 2 months and had the most amazing time meeting the most incredible people. Two years later and I’m now
If you have ever given any thought to going on a student exchange, the best thing you can possibly do is come along to a free public information session. Our information sessions are designed to offer a realistic overview of our programs. You will learn about the countries you can go to, your options for
Great news! A number of our overseas affiliates have extended their deadlines for their Year and Semester programs. If you were considering going to any of the following locations but were concerned that you’ve run out of time to get your application in, please link through to see the new deadlines: Argentina Finland Norway England