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Changes to College in Germany

Relevance: 30%      Posted on: February 11, 2019

As some of you may know, Germany has changed their admission requirements, and it’s now much more difficult for American students to apply.  Until this year, in order to be eligible to apply for college in Germany, American students needed either an IB diploma or a regular high school diploma with: a 3.0 GPA, a number of specified courses and a minimum of either 1,360 on the SAT or 28 on the ACT. For students not meeting these requirements, a number of college credits were required. Well, all that has changed. Germany is no longer accepting SAT or ACT scores. …

Alexander in Norway

Relevance: 30%      Posted on: January 1, 2016

My name is Alexander Vickers and I am an international student in Norway from the US. I was born in Minnesota, but primarily grew up Iowa. I never had the opportunity to travel as a kid, but I was always intrigued with life outside the United States. In high school, I met a Norwegian exchange student and that put me on a long path to becoming an international student. I started school at Augsburg College in Minneapolis, Minnesota. There I had a diverse group of friends from different parts of the world. During my second semester, I met a group…

GI Bill: Can It Be Used for College in Europe?

Relevance: 22%      Posted on: July 17, 2019

Josh is a former US Marine from Florida who now studies International Relations at the University of Warsaw in Poland.  His first international exposure came during his years of overseas duty. His posting to the Marine Corps Embassy Security Group  really increased his interest in higher education and stoked a desire for continued international experiences.  He also met his now-wife while serving at the US Embassy in Warsaw.  Josh’s studies are financed through the GI Bill which, until recently, I didn’t realize could be used to fund college in Europe (more info here)! Why Are Veterans So Well Suited for College or Grad School in Europe?…