Frequently asked questions

Q: Can I receive financial aid?
A: If cost is a concern for you, you can consider our Student Ambassador Program. Our Student Ambassador Program is offered all year round and there isn't a deadline for this opportunity! However, there is an additional application for you to become a Student Ambassador. After you have been accepted for the program, within your Student Portal, there is an option to apply for our Student Ambassador Program. Candidates will be screened by our admissions team. Students who become Ambassadors receive an initial discount of $150 off their tuition. Where this program has really helped students is through referrals. Referring a student to any of our programs gives an ambassador an additional $250-$500 off their tuition depending on the program! Some of our students have completely paid for their programs this way!


Q: What does the admissions process look like?
A:The application should take about 20-30 minutes to complete. There are three short essay questions that we ask to get to know you and understand your goals for studying abroad. Take your time on these questions but there’s no need to spend too much time on them! After you submit your application, the review process can take anywhere from 1-3 weeks, depending on the volume of applicants at that time. Be patient, we’ll review your application and let you know our decision! Don’t be afraid to email with any questions!


Q: Do I need to speak the host country language?
A: There is never a language prerequisite for any of our programs or courses. All of our programs are taught in primarily English. Language courses will administer a language proficiency assessment at the beginning of the course and your learning will be tailored to your skill level.


Q: Is there a curfew?
A:The curfew is set at the discretion of our Program Director. Weekday curfews are typically 11 pm, and weekend curfews are usually 12:00am. This curfew does not necessarily reflect the time spent out exploring, but rather the official “lights out and check-in” time established at the residence. It is worth noting that countries in Europe often observe different traditional dinner times than in the United States, as well as other cultural norms that may require the curfews to extend. World Class Programs may change the curfew times at its discretion as deemed necessary for safety of the group or individual. Face-to-face visual curfew check-ins are also done each night as a safety measure.


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