Where should I study?
England,
Scotland,
or Ireland

Somewhere else specific

Europe

Weather
It’s my dream

Wherever my
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Study Abroad Decision Tree

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Take a look at this handy decision tree for suggestions of where in the world you should study abroad!

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Study Abroad Decision Tree

  1. 1. Where should I study? England, Scotland, or Ireland Somewhere else specific Europe Weather It’s my dream Wherever my classes are It’s the only place with my classes NDSU is too expensive! How do you feel about languages? Yes Seems doable Pick based on classes How does cost affect things? Money is no object Cost is a big concern When would you go? I’m flexible! How is your GPA? Fantabulous Eh, not so much. Is it expensive there? All of it! English Is cost important? The home of my favorite language Wherever I can afford to go Which part? Cool. Why there? I can only go next term ANYWHERE! So, where do you want to go? Australia Ug, can we talk about something else? Good Is cost important? Yes, but I need English Scholarships and savings can make it happen! Consider a non-competative ISEP or an NDSU Exchange space Consider applying for a competiConsider alternate locative space tions. There are great through ISEP programs with only a 2.5 Exchange GPA requirement. I’ve had some and want more Traveling Faculty-Led or Affiliate Program Go with your gut! YOLO Yes, but I need warm What about classes? Oh, yeah, those... Spanish French Costa Rica is also beautiful in the winter! English classes only, please! They have them or I have extra space in my schedule Which language? English, maybe start a language Eastern Europe and Asia are beautiful German Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Hindi, etc. Ever considered Morocco? How about Central or South America? Consider an Exchange program to Sweden, the Netherlands, Denmark, or somewhere else where people often speak English An exchange program is a good option Did you know there are major scholarships for these? Check out ndsu.edu/studyabroad/scholarships

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