How would I go about studying in the US as an Australian university student?

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Britt Nicole
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I'm in my 3rd year of studying my degree and I have another year. I always wanted to study psychology , so I thought it would be a good experience for a short course of study there. Is it a bad idea? What is the process anyway ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Thank you !
Answer1WelderAnswered at 2012-10-06 08:35:18
Hi Rose , MedlinePlus My name is Himal , an international student from Nepal is studying a Bachelor of Commerce at Australian Catholic University, Brisbane . According to my experience , studying abroad is a great idea , since winning a lot of new experiences . Australia is a multicultural country with very friendly people , beautiful beaches and good universities . They learn, share some things here alot ! In particluar , ACU is a great place to study . It has students from over 70 countries and has six campus locations around Australia . North Sydney , Ballarat , Brisbane , Strathfield , Melbourne and Canberra . In addition , ACU offers psychology courses . MedlinePlus More information about the courses , the application process and other useful information on the links below !
Answer2DiyamonAnswered at 2012-10-10 18:54:47
Check if your college offers any type of study aboard programs . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus You could not transfer to a U.S. school for his senior year . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus You could apply for his expertise here . but that is a two year program and very expensive . There really is no " short course " MedlinePlus You could look into taking classes during the summer . but would still have to apply, be accepted , prove you can pay and get a student visa . Only one summer can cost over $ 10,000.
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