Supporting your son or daughter throughout the transition from high school to university is critical for their success. For a student that’s living internationally, this is a huge milestone.
Teens who have lived abroad with their families, especially those who have moved internationally many times, are no strangers to change. But making the transition to university in one’s passport country is likely the first big transition they make independently, without parents and siblings.
Numerous web portals can help your family find the right university.
Students planning to attend university anywhere in the world will likely need to take a standardized exam that demonstrates their readiness for higher education.
To be successful in an English-language university, students must read, write, and speak academic-level English. Some university applicants may need to demonstrate their language skills by passing an English assessment.