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Host Family Tips: Welcoming your Student
 
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There are many things that you as a host family can do to welcome your student and make them feel more at home within the first days. Hear some helpful tips from past host families on how they get the year off to a great start. http://www.efexchangeyear.org
WE GOT AN EXCHANGE STUDENT!! WELCOME HOME ALEX!!
 
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Subscribe for new content :) PLEASE HELP US WELCOME ALEX TO OUR HOME! He will be staying with us for 10 months! so get used to seeing him in the vlogs :) Last video: COMBER FAIR 2016!!! (Family fun day) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vG6BpYM48U Snapchat Ivan - Parada1322 Twitter Ivan - https://twitter.com/ivan1322?lang=en Courtney - https://twitter.com/ouellette_co?lang=en Instagram Ivan - https://instagram.com/ivanparada1322/ Courtney - https://instagram.com/courtneyouellette/ Contact/Collaborate/Bussiness email: [email protected] Filmed with : Canon G7X If you made it this far why not subscribe? :) ______________________________ Songs in this video: For love - X I X X (Jeff Kaale) music by : soundcloud.com/jeff-kaale Instagram : www.instagram.com/jeffkaale/ I HAVE WRITTEN PERMISSION TO USE THIS SONG
Views: 26064 ParadaFamilyVlogs
Becoming a Host Family for Foreign Exchange Students - MyEducation UK
 
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Become a host family with MyEducation UK and host high school exchange students in your home. An overview of being a host family.
Views: 4337 Big Toe Web Design
WE GOT AN EXCHANGE STUDENT!! WELCOME HOME GEMA!!
 
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Subscribe for new content :) PLEASE HELP US WELCOME GEMA TO OUR HOME! She will be staying with us for 4 months! Last video: TRY NOT TO CRINGE CHALLENGE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7eSY-8MweCc Snapchat Ivan - Parada1322 Twitter Ivan - https://twitter.com/ivan1322?lang=en Courtney - https://twitter.com/ouellette_co?lang=en Instagram Ivan - https://instagram.com/ivanparada1322/ Courtney - https://instagram.com/courtneyouellette/ Contact/Collaborate/Bussiness email: [email protected] Filmed with : Canon G7X If you made it this far why not subscribe? :) ______________________________ Songs in this video: Rock Angel - Joakim Karud music by : https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Twitter : https://twitter.com/JoakimKarud
Views: 5610 ParadaFamilyVlogs
Open Your Home to a World Learning YES Student! (Short Version)
 
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Learn more about what it means to be a host a YES student in your home! The YES program funded by the U.S Department of State seeks to select high school exchange students with leadership potential, to develop their leadership skills while in the U.S., and to support them in alumni activities after they return home. Annually, World Learning places a number of these young leaders who have the opportunity to live in the United States with American host families and attend high school during the academic year. Visit our Tumblr page at http://ltyeworldlearning.tumblr.com to learn more about being a host family and to see if World Learning is placing students in your community!
Views: 78 World Learning
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Why I'm Home Early from Rotary Youth Exchange
 
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Hi guys, As I said in the video, this is for all of you who have kept up with my exchange student videos and are curious about what happened. I think it's super important for me to go on record and tell my story but also let everyone know that I still think Rotary Youth Exchange is a great program. I had some amazing times in Italy but the situation just wasn't right for me at this point in my life. I hope you all take this video for what it is and maybe it could possibly help someone down the road. I only made this video to help other exchange students and be there for someone, anyone, even one person. When I was at my lowest point in Italy, I would have loved to see a video like this to know that I wasn't alone. Take what you want from it but regardless, it's important to talk openly about exchange. If you have any questions feel free to message my email or facebook. Thank you for being so lovely and understanding, xoxo -Cal.
Views: 5504 callen
Hosting an Exchange Student is Memorable
 
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Share your stories and traditions, introduce your family to a new culture and make the world your home! Host a YFU international exchange student. Meet incoming students at: yfuusa.org/meetstudents.
Views: 520 YFU USA
"The Exchange Life" - Episode 1 - Leaving Home
 
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We gave 31 EF exchange students cameras to document their exchange year from start to finish. In this first episode, you will meet our video crew as they say good-bye to family and friends at home and depart for their exchange year to the US, UK and Ireland! http://www.theexchangelife.com
ICES (International Cultural Exchange Services) Host an Exchange Student & Become a Host Family
 
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Hosting a student is an exciting and rewarding experience. When you choose to be a ICES Volunteer and Welcome a Foreign Exchange Student into your home, or more importantly, into your family, you will have the chance to establish a wonderful friendship while Making a Difference in a Student's Life. Our host families learn first-hand about a foreign country and its culture from the perspective of an exchange student who has grown up there. They share in the evolving process of bringing the world closer together through Cultural Sharing and Friendship. Most of all, they gain a new family member with whom to share Love and Friendship that will Last a Lifetime.
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COMING HOME SURPRISE after 6 months in the USA | exchange student | HD
 
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TURN ON HD snapchat: haniaxbieber instagram: haniaxu I surprised my family and friends! There is nothing better than being at home! I came back after 6 month living in America without my family. The best trip ever! Come and check this out ♥ Their reactions are the best
Views: 11268 Hania Dudzic
Open Your Home to a World Learning YES Student! (Long Version)
 
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Learn more about what it means to be a host a YES student in your home! The YES program funded by the U.S Department of State seeks to select high school exchange students with leadership potential, to develop their leadership skills while in the U.S., and to support them in alumni activities after they return home. Annually, World Learning places a number of these young leaders who have the opportunity to live in the United States with American host families and attend high school during the academic year. Visit our Tumblr page at http://ltyeworldlearning.tumblr.com to learn more about being a host family and to see if World Learning is placing students in your community!
Views: 107 World Learning
AFS: Host An Exchange Student - Meet Our Students
 
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http://www.afsusa.org Become a host family. Welcome an international high school exchange student into your home. AFS: Host An Exchange Student - Meet Our Students
Views: 15936 AFS-USA
Student Tips: Going Home
 
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When you go on an exchange year with EF it's never goodbye, it's simply "see you later." Hear from former students about reverse culture shock and how to continue the exchange experience, long after you've been on exchange. https://www.exchangestories.com
Flying home |Exchange year USA 2017/18
 
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Heyy♡ June 1st 2018 was the big day...the sad one. I have to go back home. Leave my family and friends, to go back to my other family and friends. (ok i havent seem those yet cause we moved away, but its gonna happen soon) enjoy watching my last day of my exchange year saying bye to the people meaning the most to me. i miss you all. (also ppl not in the vid) ... MEIN AUSLANDSJAHR BLOG: http://zsuzsisexchangeyear.weebly.com ... FAQ: Name: Zsuzsanna Alter: 18 (1.dez.1999) Abroad: Lilburn, Georgia, USA School: Senior (but no graduation allowed) Organisation: Hico-Education bzw. PAX .... ➾LETZTES VIDEO: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ➾STALK ME✈️: •mein ungarischer Kanal: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6y8LLmQbHmpKfBTbcIqZLQ •Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/misssunshine_yt •Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/mylittlebeautx •Snapchat: misssunshine-17 ........................ ➾EQUIPMENT: 🎥Kamera: https://www.goo.gl/EpQdsu * 🕳Objektiv: https://www.goo.gl/qFVRnR * 💡Softboxen: https://www.goo.gl/LGgOCU * 🎙Stativ: http://amzn.to/2ivNIA2 * 📷Vlogkamera: http://amzn.to/2hYxpw3 * 🎞Schnittprogramm: Magix Video Deluxe Premium 🎶Musik: Youtube covers & remixes .. VERDIENE GELD MIT UMFRAGEN: • Entscheiderclub Deutschland*: http://bit.ly/2e0so0Y •Entscheiderclub Schweiz*: http://bit.ly/2exrTh8 •YouGov Deutschland*: http://bit.ly/2euQmqg ... In diesem Video erfolgte keine Zusammenarbeit mit einer Firma. ➾ALLE Links sind persönliche Empfehlungen von mir! Ich verlinke euch kein Produkt was ich nicht selbst habe oder nicht gut finde! * Affiliate links ... DO WHAT YOU LOVE☮ and stay positive ♡MissSunshine♐︎
Views: 4110 Miss Sunshine
Surprise coming home after one year abroad as an exchange student
 
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My sister came back to Argentina after spending a year in Tulare, California, USA as a Rotary Youth Exchange Student!
Views: 30482 Emilia Rebuffone
The worst part about going on exchange is coming back home. Exchange student life.
 
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"The worst part about going on exchange is coming back home. You feel sad and lonely and nobody understands you, but there's always people who make it easier." A big thank you to: Alicia (Alcoy - Santa Fe, NM) Laura (Salamanca - Marion Center, PA) Luis (Elda - Arkoma, OK) Rebeca (Madrid - Longview, WA) Marta (Madrid - Chicago, IL) Olga (Ribadesella - Laurens, SC) Carlota (Villanueva de la Serena - Butler, IN) Nerea (Bilbao - Temple, TX) Mirari (Bilbao - Evansville, IN) María (Sevilla - Lima, OH) Diego (Valencia - Victoria, VA) And especially Ayla (Elche - Nokesville, VA) and her family for hosting 13 crazy 18 year olds for a whole week.
Foreign exchange students adapt to school with basketball
 
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As a new student it can be hard adapting to a new school, especially when you're not in your home country. CNTV's Skyler Hunter has more on how two new students, Leona and Elana adapt to the school through basketball.
Views: 137 CoyoteNationTV
Global Education and Student Exchange [short version]
 
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We partner with over 200 universities in over 35 countries to offer student exchange programs to students from Asia, North and South America and Europe. Continue your studies in Australia by spending one semester or one year on exchange with us. We don’t charge any fees, although you continue to pay fees at your home university. On completion of your exchange, you receive a transcript of your studies at UNSW to assist with transferring credit back to your home university. Find out more about Student Exchange at UNSW http://www.international.unsw.edu.au/study/inbound-exchanges/student-exchange/
Views: 593 AboutUNSW
5 Tips For Coming Back From Exchange | Gabby Gomez
 
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Around the world exchange students are finishing their exchange and I've got a few tips that could help with the transition back into your home country. My Links: Instagram: @gabby_c_gomez Twitter: @gabbycgomez Music composed by Kevin MacLeod I do not own any music of any kind.
Views: 771 Gabby Gomez
Nadeem's Story, AFS Exchange Student from Pakistan
 
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www.afsusa.org/hostfamily Welcome an international son or daughter like Nadeem into your home. Host a high school exchange student with AFS, connecting lives and sharing cultures for 65 years.
Views: 22860 AFS-USA
Student Tips: Cultural Differences
 
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Experiencing cultural differences is what a high school exchange year is all about. As our Class of '18 students prepare to embark on their adventures ahead, hear tips from past students about what to expect when adapting to a new culture. Learn more about welcoming an international student into your home by visiting www.efexchangeyear.org
Host an International Exchange Student & Change a Life!
 
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Interested in hosting an exchange student. Contact me for details. Change a life and bring them into your home!
Views: 881 Jennifer Tausworthe
An international students story and advice | Lily Chang | TEDxIWU
 
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Lily Chang, a college senior, shares her unique experience of being an international student three times. Traveling abroad for both high school and college gave Lily the chance to experience the good and bad of making your home in a new culture, and she shares her advice for other traveling students and the institutions that host them. Hsin-Jou (Lily) Chang is a current senior at Illinois Wesleyan University double majoring in Economics and International Business. As an international student from Taiwan, she has had plenty of experience with studying abroad. She attended high school in New Zealand and spent her Spring 2017 semester in Freiburg, Germany. Lily is involved in Kappa Delta Sorority and Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Fraternity, and served on the Student Senate from her first through junior year at IWU. Lily is passionate about fostering cross cultural understanding and communications. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Views: 1318 TEDx Talks
Secretary of State Hilary Clinton Encourages Americans to Host International Exchange Students
 
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Hosting a student is an exciting and rewarding experience. When you choose to be a ICES Volunteer and Welcome a Foreign Exchange Student into your home, or more importantly, into your family, you will have the chance to establish a wonderful friendship while Making a Difference in a Student's Life. Our host families learn first-hand about a foreign country and its culture from the perspective of an exchange student who has grown up there. They share in the evolving process of bringing the world closer together through Cultural Sharing and Friendship. Most of all, they gain a new family member with whom to share Love and Friendship that will Last a Lifetime.
Views: 1623 none
Foreign Exchange Students Dream Big About the USA
 
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http://www.myfamilytravels.com/ and EF Foundation for Foreign Study present a collection of interviews with foreign exchange students dreaming of life in the United States. Want to learn more about becoming a foreign exchange student, or hosting a student in your home? Check out our article here: http://www.myfamilytravels.com/content/49299-learn-about-new-cultures-without-leaving-home-guide-hosting-exchange-student.
Views: 369 Family Travel Forum
Bringing foreign exchanges students into  your home
 
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Help is always needed for foreign exchange students
Views: 10 Maranda
Open Your Door to an AFS Exchange Student
 
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For over 65 years, thousands of AFS families across the US have opened their doors and found the world waiting on the other side. Invite an AFS Exchange Students like Omar, Ann and Samuel into your home. Learn how at www.afsusa.org/host.
Views: 13038 AFS-USA
Hosting Exchange Students - Funny
 
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http://mystudyabroadinfoguide.blogspot.kr/2011/11/foreign-exchange-students-host-families.html **** Hosting Exchange Students is a fun experience. It is free to host an exchange student and there are several exchange student programs for high school students available. Find a student for your home and share your culture.
Views: 594 SmartieWriter
Korea University Exchange Student: Day in the Life 고려대학교 교환학생의 일상 | 'ROUND KU #1
 
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Welcome to my channel! I decided to film this Day in the Life of a Korea University student video to help future international/exchange students to get a glimpse of what a typical day would look like for a Korea University student! I am currently on exchange for this Spring 2017 semester from NY. As I mentioned, every day differs so much because there is always so much to do in Korea! And I love that. I HIGHLY recommend applying to study abroad at Korea University because it will definitely be a time you won’t forget. !!!FAQ!!!! (Compiled from questions incoming students have contacted & asked me! If you have a question that's not here COMMENT on the video!) 1. Where do you live? I lived in Allive Goshitel near business side of campus. I paid 550,000W/month + 50,000 deposit. I would recommend this place if you are a business student/have a lot of classes on the business side of campus because of it's location. However, it is far from the busy side of campus (near Anam Station). It is about a 10-15 minute walk from there or two stops on a bus (101, 7211). 2. What are you studying? What semester are you in? I am a business major (KU doesn't have concentrations but in my home school I concentrate in marketing). I am in my fourth semester (second year, second semester). However, in Korea SPRING is the first semester and FALL is the second. 3. What is the process for applying? Please contact your home university and ask if they have a program WITH Korea University. I applied through my home university so unless you go to Binghamton University I can't specifically help you out on that sorry :( 4. What was the course registration process like? Course registration was very very harsh for a lot of exchange students and it's usually harsh for even native students here. It's very competitive and seats go fast but I personally got all the courses I wanted. Before the registration period starts your KU advisor will send you an email with all the things you need to know so don't worry! I registered for classes back when I was still home so I had to make sure I got the time exchange right. Even if you don't get the course you want, you can always wait for orientation/couple days before the semester starts because courses fluctuate in capacity for the first week or so of classes. Don't worry-- on orientation day they will give you a detailed booklet of the steps you need to register for classes! 5. What are the schedules like? Is it possible to put all your classes in two days? The schedules vary like a normal university and usually are M/W/F or T/Th like most schools. 6. Is it difficult to get a dorm room? Are goshitels more expensive than dorm rooms? My goshitel was more expensive than dorm rooms but by very little. I believe CJ is 2,000,000 won for 4 months (comes down to less than $500 a month). Also, my study abroad advisor told me that KUBS exchange students from my school NEVER get a place in CJ so I knew I had to find off-campus housing on my own before arrival. 7. Do the dorms have a kitchen? Or is it simply buy from dining halls/restaurants? Is there a meal plan? I think dorms have small kitchens. No meal plans but the food is very cheap in caf/around school. YOU WILL NOT STARVE! Don't worry LOL 8. Do they provide bedding, pillows, duvets at the university? At CJ it is 20,000W to rent. 9. How’s the buddy system? I really enjoyed it because it allowed us to get comfortable with the school. They have many events/lunches/dinners together. 10. Do you feel that Korea University has a lot of student events on campus? At the beginning of the spring semester, there was a club fair & a school-wide cheering event/concert called Ipselenti. We had performers like TWICE, Hweesung, BeWhy. In the fall semester, there's also a small club fair and also a HUGE event called the Kor-Yon Games (Korea Uni VS Yonsei) which is a sporting match/cheering event also with many famous performers! I heard it's LIIITTT!!! KU treats their exchange students very well with an established buddy system-- your Katalk group chat amongst your group will always be buzzing with people willing to hang out & go on adventures together! Everyone is open to making new friends :) 11. What’s around the university? What’s the neighborhood like? For starters, buses & trains run from the university to anywhere in Korea really so you will not be deserted. It is not as crowded as like Hongdae or Seoul Station and Anam is an area that not many people go to unless they live there. But however, there is this road (the one I walk through in the video) that has the most "life." There's coin noraebangs (karaoke), chicken joints, road shop makeup, convenience stores, restaurants, etc.. Thanks for watching and please feel free to comment any questions/comments down below! Have a good day :) »INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/ohana806 »SNAPCHAT: http://snapchat.com/add/hannah0h »TWITTER: http://twitter.com/hannahoh97 Music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsSGnJPEVlY
Views: 53911 Hannah Oh
One Student in the Home: An Exchange Mom Video
 
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Should you host an exchange student if your children are grown or if you do not have children of your own? Why not? Each family is unique.
Views: 73 The Exchange Mom
Why Host an Exchange Student?
 
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When you host an exchange student, you're doing more than making his or her dream come true. You also gain a new family member, experience a new culture firsthand, create lifelong friendships, and make a positive impact locally and globally. Consider becoming an exchange student host with ISE! Visit https://www.iseusa.org/ for more information!
USA Student Exchange : VLOG #18 : HOME
 
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Prepare yourselves for a bombshell guys... I'm back home. Some unfortunate things happened at home and I had to make an early departure from America. Please don't freak out, watch the video and hopefully your questions will be answered! As always, keep subscribing for more exchange videos and now travel vlogs, piano covers and sketches. Also check out my blog for all things exchange! www.alisreid.wordpress.com Please leave any suggestions for any videos you'd like to see in the comments below, or you can contact me through various social media: twitter - @alisreid instagram - alisboo facebook - Alis Reid
Views: 10624 Alis Reid
Host a YFU Exchange Student
 
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"Ordinary" Families Make Extraordinary Cultural Hosts! You can search the world over, but no other family is quite like yours. Learn just how amazing your family can be, get started on your greatest journey yet, and gain a new family member for life. Host a YFU international exchange student. Apply today at yfuusa.org.
Views: 68239 YFU USA
AHLI International Students and Host Families
 
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Since 1991, AHLI has served over 12,000 international students seeking quality academic programs and cultural immersion in the USA. For 25 years the organization has designed programs that combine excellent high school education with an enriching experience living with an American host family. AHLI partners with more than 140 high schools, art institutes, community colleges and universities across 20 states to offer varied possibilities.
Views: 1170 ahlivideos
Open your home and your heart to an exchange student in January 2015
 
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Have you ever considered hosting a high school exchange student? If so, now is a great time to see what a great experience it is for you and your family. For more information, feel free to give me a call: 980-216-8595 or send me an email: [email protected]
A Day In The Life... Of An International Student
 
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Follow 4 of our exchange students around Oxford for the day! Special thanks to Jisoo Lee, Yongkwan Park, Rulian Barros & Ana Janosev for taking part. For more information about studying abroad the the University of Mississippi, check out our website ☞ http://studyabroad.olemiss.edu/ Subscribe to our Channel for upcoming videos! ☞ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH8uWLSFkqjrv0t4e4IugSw?sub_confirmation=1
Everytown, USA: Home Away from Home (AYA and the YES Program)
 
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Meet Alayna, one of our exchange students from Turkey, participating on the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Program, sponsored by Academic Year in America (AYA). Learn more at www.academicyear.org/yes.asp
"Love is in tha' House" ~ foreign exchange student, Anne Berglov, thanks host, Patrice Page
 
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Reach the world with Christ's love thru foreign exchange students. Patrice Page truly impacted Anne Berglov's eternity by simply opening up her house & life to love on Anne. God is calling believers to go to the ends of the earth to make disciples. Now, you can actual invite the world into your home to make them disciples.
Views: 171 BoLives4JC
Global Education and Student Exchange - [long version]
 
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We partner with over 200 universities in over 35 countries to offer student exchange programs to students from Asia, North and South America and Europe. Continue your studies in Australia by spending one semester or one year on exchange with us. We don’t charge any fees, although you continue to pay fees at your home university. On completion of your exchange, you receive a transcript of your studies at UNSW to assist with transferring credit back to your home university. Find out more about Student Exchange at UNSW: http://www.international.unsw.edu.au/study/inbound-exchanges/student-exchange/
Views: 2549 AboutUNSW
6 Tips for Planning Your Study Abroad as a Foreign Exchange Student How I Studied in Australia
 
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Studying abroad as a foreign exchange student can be incredibly rewarding, but planning your time overseas isn’t easy. Here’s a list of the 6 most important things that you need to know while you’re planning your semester abroad so that you can make your dream of being an exchange student into a reality. SUBSCRIBE FOR FRESH STUDENT TRAVEL VIDEOS EVERY TUESDAY 👇👇 https://goo.gl/4H89Ly Here are the 6 tips for planning your study abroad experience: Tip #1: Don't stress over the little things Tip #2: Decide how long you want to go abroad for Tip #3: Sort your academic situation early Tip #4: Plan your courses ahead of time Tip #5: Travel. Travel everywhere and travel often. Tip #6: Hang out with the locals If you have any other tips to add to this list make sure to let everyone know in the comments. Australia Student Visa: http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Stud Cost of living comparison tool: https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living... Study abroad scholarship resources: https://www.studyabroad.com/study-abr... https://www.goabroad.com/articles/sch... https://www.gooverseas.com/blog/65-st... https://www.studentuniverse.com/blog/... It takes a lot of time and effort to organize everything that goes into a student exchange program. With that in mind, I've put together what I think are the 6 most important things that you need to know while you’re planning your semester abroad so that you can make your dream of being an exchange student into a reality. Tip #1, and one of the most important things that I think you need to know when you're planning your foreign exchange, is to not stress over the little things. There are hundreds of things that you might be thinking about at once when you're planning to move across the world, and it can be really stressful. Luckily for us most schools have study abroad coordinators whose full time job is to run the schools study abroad program help students like us organize our exchanges. Tip #2 is to decide how long you want to go abroad for. Most student exchange programs go for one semester, though I've been in Australia for a year now and have also heard of some programs that go for only a month or two. There are a ton of factors that can go into determining the length of your exchange, so really think about your personal situation when making this decision. Tip #3 is to sort your academic situation early. There are a few aspects that go into planning the academic side of an exchange, but the most important in my opinion is to make sure that your courses transfer back to your home university. The other important aspect of this is to look into your particular student visa situation. The rules and restrictions for these visas vary by country so make sure to do your own research. Tip #4 is to plan your money and expenses ahead of time. It's important that you research the cost of living in your destination country since this will have a huge impact in the amount of money you need to budget for your exchange. If you want to go somewhere that's more expensive than you think you can afford, the scholarships and bursaries can be a great way to help make your dream destination a reality. Tip #5 is to travel, and travel everywhere. Once abroad short haul flights and domestic transport is usually affordable and lets you see a lot of your country or region you’re in while studying. I personally took a lot of weekend trips to places around AUS such as Cairns, Tassie, and Sydney, and found that they're a great way to get out and see things while keeping up with school. Tip #6 is to hang with the locals. Other international students can be good for travelling with, but you'll immerse yourself in foreign culture and gain new perspective by hanging with lots of locals. People native to your host country can show you hidden spots, give recommendations, and teach you things that you wouldn’t have known otherwise. Travel Boldly. Live Without Restrictions. Follow me on social media: TWITTER https://twitter.com/psarellas INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/psarellas/ Road Trip by Joakim Karud https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/vpssnpH_H4c The Beautiful Elephant - Life is Beautiful https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUoS9... https://www.reverbnation.com/thebluee... https://www.facebook.com/djtbe https://twitter.com/djtbeofficial https://www.beatport.com/artist/the-b... Intro and Outro: ♫Music By♫ ●FortyThr33 - Bay Breeze - https://youtu.be/jsiQZl6igcw ●Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/FortyThr33/ ●Twitter - https://twitter.com/FortyThr33music ●Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/fortythr33-43
Views: 193 Stray With Sar
Tips for current and future exchange students
 
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Hear the tips that our alumni, host families, staff and volunteers have for current and future exchange students.
Views: 670 YFU World
French exchange students in shock over Paris attacks
 
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Watching the Paris attacks was an emotional experience for many, but imagine if France was your home, and you were thousands of miles away.
Views: 639 WWLP-22News
Host an Exchange Student with AFS-USA Intercultural Programs!
 
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http://www.afsusa.org/host-family/ Great video highlighting the joys of opening your heart and home for an AFS international exchange student. Students are arriving soon to study abroad in the US, so call 1-800-237-4636 if you are interested in hosting an exchange student. Upload Date: August 10, 2009 01:30 PM
Views: 7748 AFS-USA
How to rent to exchange students without falling into a scam
 
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Renting to students can be challenging. Renting to exchange students can be even more difficult. Here are some steps to take to safely rent to exchange students.
Views: 90 René Masse
Going Home: We're Not Going to Stop!
 
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Do you wonder how you can improve your family, community or the world? One way is by sharing your home and heart with a Kennedy-Lugar YES student. What begins as an exchange of customs and culture extends throughout a high school and community to touch thousands of lives. If you are a family living in the U.S. and would be interested in hosting a YES student, please visit www.yesprograms.org/host to fill out an interest form.
“Series Finale: Returning Home” - Malaysian KL-YES Student Exchange Experience, Vlog #9
 
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On the turn of 2018, I had the opportunity of a lifetime to travel to the United States of America on the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study program. I’ll be spending half a year in North Carolina living with a host family and attending high school just like any other American teenager. The KL-YES program is a scholarship program offered to students from Muslim majority countries after the tragedy of 9/11. These students will spend up to one academic year in the United States where they will serve as unofficial ambassadors of their country while relieving tensions and improving cultural understanding. www.yesprograms.org This year, I am privileged to be one of 39 Malaysians who embarked on this trip of a lifetime. Most of us have never travelled this far away from home for such prolonged periods of time, yet it’s been a great honor and enjoyment working with these absolutely incredible people! I made the decision to vlog this experience so more people here in the US and back home are able enjoy what I enjoyed here. I will compile them into weekly videos. In this video, there is the sadness of me leaving my host family, flying alone to Washington DC, reuniting with other Malaysian students, taking a long flight home, and officially graduating from the program back in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia! Edited on LumaFusion for iPad. Shot on a Canon 600D, stock lens, Rode MicGo. Leave a like if you enjoyed, Leave a comment with any feedback you may have, And subscribe for more!
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Become a Host Family Today ǀ Educatius Group
 
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Become a host family for an international student and welcome a new cultural experience into your home. It’s an incredibly rewarding experience! Learn more about Educatius’ host family program online at http://www.educatius.org/host-family, or call 800-301-6014. Sign up to host a student today!
Views: 1990 Educatius Group
A Day in my Life as an Exchange Student | USA13/14
 
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You might not see your High School Life as very meaningful -- but for me, it's the greatest adventure I've ever accomplished. Don't forget to thumbs up this video if you liked it, and if you want to see more videos, just subscribe to my channel :) Follow me on instagram: ayyooitslilly xoxo
Views: 44023 Lilly Sensei

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