Question by Fire: Studying abroad in Europe?
Hi guys i was wondering how could i study in Europe i am currently studying business administration and i would like to switch my study and study abroad , maybe in Norway or Sweden
i have my dutch passport from my mother btw i am half Egyptian
and Dutch but the only problem i dont have money to survive there , what should i do and do i have to take the language course before i continue my study
angelica i dont understand what u are pointing at but this wasn’t my quest sorry i was just askin if anyone who lived in euorpe could give me some guidance how would make some money can i ask for a scholarship should i first take language course before continuing my study that’s was all i am asking
Answer by Angelica
Is that a program by your school? If it is, get a financial aid. Nope you don't need to study the language because your school will most likely put you in an english speaking school.
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As a Monash student, you can do all of this, and more, with an overseas exchange. Find out more about our exchange program here monash.edu/study-abroad/outbound/exchange/
Question by Thelotr: I want to travel to Norway?
Hey! I`m a 18 year old guy from The united States. Im done in High school and have graduated. I really want to travel to Norway and stay there a month or two and maybe study a bit there. What is the cheapest way to get there? I dont have much money and im not sure how much the plane tickets cost.
Answer by T. N
Hi, Jack! I actually just got done studying for four months in Norway. When I went, I got a plane ticket to London, stayed for three days at a very cheap hotel, and then flew on to Oslo. All of that cost about $ 700 (one way), which was cheaper than just flying straight to Oslo ($ 850). Round-trip flights could be anywhere from $ 800 to $ 1200+, depending where in the US you are flying from and when you purchase your ticket. If you can find a cheap ticket to Copenhagen, there is a cruise ship between Copenhagen and Oslo that sometimes has really good deals (http://www.dfdsseaways.no/ — use Google Chrome to view it, since it’s in Norwegian).
I should really warn you, though, Norway is *extremely* expensive, especially dairy and meat products. For example, a liter (ca. 1/4 a gallon) of milk was over $ 2.00. It’s not a very easy place to live on a budget.
My suggestion is to search for a program and/or scholarships to help you pay for your trip. If you’re attending a US college, contact the study abroad office there. If not, fastweb.com has many study abroad scholarships. There is also this site: http://www.studyinnorway.no/
The one really awesome thing about studying in Norway, though, is that for most college programs, you don’t have to pay any tuition, just a semester fee. The Study in Norway site has a search function, and if you look at the information for a program, it shows whether tuition is charged or not.
And remember, Norway has a beautiful landscape!
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