Living abroad gives you the opportunity to experience new things, learn about yourself as well as another culture. Two Worlds United Student Exchange Program gives you the opportunity to broaden your horizons by living in another country for an academic semester. You can select a Semester Abroad in France, Germany, Spain, The United States, Australia, New Zealand or many other destinations around the world. In the Two Worlds United academic semester abroad program, students become integrated into the way of life and culture of a new country. Students live with a Host Family and attend a public or private High School. Each student has a local coordinator who monitors and provides support for students in cooperation with the central office staff.
What are the Requirements?
The requirements for the participation in the Semester & Year programs are:
» High School, College, University student or equivalent
» Age between 15 to 18 years for High School Abroad, 18+ for College/University
» 2 years high school level or equivalent of Foreign language preferred
» Good academic level (overall GPA of at least a C)
» Maturity to adapt to new environments and be open-minded
» Successful score in a personal interview
Keep in mind each (country) program has a different application deadline. Custom programs will have custom deadlines.
How to get Started
If you meet the requirements for the program in which you would like to participate, your next step is to complete the full application, email us an electronic copy then send it in by mail with your deposit. Your student interview may be conducted before or after you send in your full application.
– Homestay living accommodation including meals with your host family
– School Tuition included in all programs which have an Academic component including Year, Semester, Trimester and Summer Language & Culture Programs
– Airport transfers on arrival and departure
– 24-hour worldwide emergency assistance throughout the program
– Pre-departure and in-country orientations
Program does not include:
– Airfare- students are met at the airport by a program representative
– Passport and visa application fees as applicable
– Personal expenses (e.g., toiletries, clothing, internet, calling card, activities)
– School expenses (e.g., uniform/lunches, if required, supplies, bus pass)
– Any other item not specified