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Does anyone have any advice on applying to European universities as a U.S. high school student? How attainable is it, if at all?

I am a rising high school senior and I'd love to go to a university in England (specifically London) but from what I've seen I'm not feeling very confident in my chances. How can I improve these chances this late in the game?

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Jacqui’s Answer

Hello Victoria,
I would recommend looking at 4 year degree program that has a year studying abroad - it is probably the easiest way to study in the UK - Once you have finished your undergrad degree - it is much easier to be excepted directly into a masters program.
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Enise’s Answer

Hello Victoria,

As an international student in the UK, I can say that you can do what you wish for. To gain confidence, you can motivate yourself how you can achieve your goals and how your dreams may come true in your life. You can have a list of your plan (both academic and career), divide into multiple easy possible steps you can take. You can develop and test yourself once
you collaborate with your friends for the further projects, seminars & lectures to prepare the university. You can be a volunteer, intern, or part-time worker for your major before/during the university year.

Yet you should know that there are numerous requirements to apply for the university. For London, it is crucial to be accepted; because they request you to pass IELTS exam and need about 7 or 7.5 points for a 3-year education, IELTS UKVI (foundation degree year) exam and need at least 6 or 7 points for 4 years in total. But it depends on a major you want. You may need to have a surf the internet.

You can enroll the English language school for IELTS class. Yet you can meet international students, so that you can prepare your speaking, reading, listening & writing with friends. If a language school organises trips to museum, or wherever it may be, you should join any trips you can; so that you can prepare your English soeaking casually.

I hope this helps.
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