Enrich your life or that of your child with Study Abroad opportunities in high school. Whether through School to School Exchange, Independent Homestay programs, hosting a foreign exchange student yourself, or otherwise: CCI Greenheart has it all! https://www.cci-exchange.com/participants/
Thousands of students travel to different parts of the world per year in order to further their education abroad. But it's not easy to adapt to a new environment and culture. Here is a list of exchange student tips that they can follow in order to make their lives easy.
Europe's Erasmus Student Exchange Program http://www.topuniversities.com/student-info/studying-abroad/europes-erasmus-student-exchange-program. Check out Brigette's review of Raffaele Sollecito and Andrew Gumbel's Honor Bound: My Journey To Hell And Back With Amanda Knox here: http://chaptersandscenes.wordpress.com/2014/08/21/brigette-reviews-honor-bound-my-journey-to-hell-and-back-with-amanda-knox/
ISEP (International Student Exchange Program) ISEP is a program provider that allows students to pay tuition and, most of the time, room and board to their home institution while studying in one of their member institutions. Currently, ISEP offers placement in 42 countries at over 300 universities. Students are able to use their financial aid on available semester, year, and summer programs.
Drury University and the University of Ljubljana have established a semester or year-long exchange program for graduate or undergraduate students. A three-week summer term program is also available. Drury students attending the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics (FELU), (what Americans would call the School of Business) remain Drury students while abroad.