I’m AED (#aed_traveler).
I will study abroad for two months at the Helsinki University language school next week. I received a comment on my blog yesterday and it seems like there is a demand for study abroad information, so I think that I will record early today.
Thanks Emily for commenting!
- 1 Don’t ask agents for studying abroad.
- 2 Studying in Finland is easy!
- 3 Know the type of Finnish language school
- 4 The attraction of a language school attached to the University of Helsinki (self-arrangement)
- 5 How to apply
Don’t ask agents for studying abroad.
I wanted to study in the United States, so I checked information on studying abroad by myself several times, went to a study abroad agent, paid a consultation fee ($ 100), and even went to ask. I gave up on studying in the United States, but I also visited a language school in Korea to go to another language school. But in the end it was Korea next door, so the agency fee was getting higher because I placed an agent. But as I went to study abroad agents in various countries several times, I came to think “I can do this myself?”
Studying in Finland is easy!
Finland is the easiest of the language study abroad programs (short term) I have examined so far! Just sending money and sending it to the application form is like half of your study abroad preparation. Moreover, the amount was 200 euros, so I regretted the $ 100 consultation fee paid to the study abroad agent. Today I would like to teach you such know-how.
Know the type of Finnish language school
There are many different types of language schools in Finland. I think that just knowing this will shorten the time to check. There are 4 types of language schools, so first decide which type you want to go, and you can search efficiently if you look for it. I wanted to receive quality lecture, and saving the amount of money, create a connection, so I searched at a language school attached to the university.
The attraction of a language school attached to the University of Helsinki (self-arrangement)
I will leave it on my blog later on about the attractiveness of the school. The attraction of self-arrangement is that “Cheap, Easy, Fast, High Quality” is well-balanced! The conditions were good too and I reviewed the screen of the PC many times. The beginner’s class (Level 1) will actually start in June, but because I could not meet my budget, I will study Level 1 and receive Level 2 and Level 3. I will leave a blog later on how to study Level 1.
How to apply
1/bank pays 200 euros to the designated account.
* Remittance fee will be charged separately. (It was $ 37 from Japan.)
2/Apply from application form of schools
The specific content of the application will be introduced in the video.
* It is necessary to attach a receipt upon remittance.
* If you take multiple courses, you need to apply for each course.
3/Confirmation email received
4/Receive application complete email
It arrived two and a half hours after sending. Anyway early!
5/Get reminded email
You will receive it 10 days before the class starts. You will be able to tell you where the class took place and the time with the teacher.
If you would like to go to Finland but you are not comfortable with language, or if you are in need of a Finnish language study agent, it would be very helpful if you would like a little more.