We have noticed that students and families who carry their membership past 3 months are typically those who are pretty serious about finding schools to apply to in Europe, either exclusively or in addition to schools in the US.
And if the prospective student is in their junior year (or younger) they are apt to keep their membership going in order to have assistance with the process through their senior year. In fact, 26% of our families who are members for more than 2 months end up maintaining their membership for at least 10 months.
Why does this matter?
Well, if you are thinking of pursuing college options in Europe for the 2023 school year or later you might consider the savings that our annual or lifetime membership gives.
Use coupon code "novemberspecial" to save $100 on Annual or Lifetime membership.
Save $100 on Annual or Lifetime membership!!
Some perks of our Annual Membership:
✅ 12 months of membership for the cost of 10 (worth $888)
✅ $100 credit to use on BTS services or classes
✅ 3 email exchanges with BTS founder, Jenn Viemont (worth $201)
This package is worth $1189 and the regular price is $740. This month, you pay only $640
Some perks of our Lifetime Membership:
✅ A great value for families with more than one student considering college in Europe
✅ A good fit for students looking to attend in the 2024 school year
✅ Beneficial for those interested in both bachelor’s and master’s degree options, since this option includes access to both bachelor’s and master’s degree databases
✅ Get $200 of credit to use on BTS services
✅ 12 (yes, 12!) emails exchanges with BTS founder, Jenn Viemont
✅ A flexible payment plan where you can pay $150 for 10 months (credit provided after paid in full)
Our Members Love Beyond the States
Beyond The States members now study in Austria, France, Czech Republic, Denmark, Sweden, Estonia, The Netherlands, and Hungary. And they’re loving every minute of this life-changing experience!
Beyond the States broke an overwhelming amount of information into really simple, manageable steps. I can’t even imagine how we would have done this without Beyond the States.