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So you want to study abroad. Whether you hope to spend a summer or a semester exploring an exciting international city, spend a whole year in a new country, or even earn your degree at an international university, living and studying abroad might be an experience that sets you apart from the pack. And the adventure of a lifetime. But what if the price tag is a little daunting? Is your dream of the international life just out of reach? Not quite! Here are five possible options to consider to help you figure out how to pay to study abroad.

Perhaps the section you wrote on study abroad is one of the strongest elements of your application. If so, that’s a great starting off point. Study abroad is a positive thing to tie into your answers during the interview. The best way to prepare is to practice, so try drilling yourself. Read the questions below (or have someone read them to you) and do your best to answer aloud on the spot. When it seems applicable, tie study abroad into your answer!

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