Expat Student – Specialist for international university applications (UK, NL, France, Spain, Italy)

June 15, 2023 | MumAbroad Life Video Channel

What universities can Expat Student help you apply to?

Expat Student offers specialist support to help your child apply to leading universities in the UK, the Netherlands, France, Spain, Italy and Canada.

Expat Student also offers support for students wishing to apply to courses in renowned universities in Europe and Canada.

Help is also available for international students wishing to extend their studies with a Master’s degree.

If your child wants to study engineering, business, politics, international relations, medicine, dentistry, veterinary, psychology and other highly competitive courses – Expat Student will help your child reach their personal goals.

Who is behind Expat Student?

Louise Thomson Fernet created Expat Student to help international high school students access higher education at prestigious UK universities.

With growing demand and success, she has expanded her services.

No matter where your child is from Louise can help them apply for English-speaking courses at a range of universities in the UK, the Netherlands, France, Spain, Italy and Canada.

What are some of the universities Expat Student can help me apply to?

In the UK, Louise can help your child apply to universities like Oxford, Cambridge, University of Warwick, LSE, King’s College London, UCL, University of Bath, University of Bristol, Manchester University and more.

In the Netherlands, Louise can help you apply to universities like Erasmus University Rotterdam, University of Groningen, Maastricht University, Leiden University, University of Amsterdam, Delft University of Technology and more.

In Spain, Louise can help your child apply for English-speaking courses at universities like IE Madrid and Esade in Barcelona.

In France, Louise can help you child apply for English-speaking courses at universities like ESCP Business School in Paris, Institut Polytechnique de Paris and the The American University of Paris.

In Italy, Louise can help you child apply for English-speaking courses at universities like Bocconi University.

Why is studying abroad good for my child?

Student life at a university in Europe and Canada is very international.

Your child will be exposed to different lifestyles, cultures and nationalities. The atmosphere is welcoming to people from different backgrounds.

Ultimately, the experience will set your child well for seeking a job after university – and this is especially true if they have a renowned university’s name on their CV.

How can I get started with Expat Student?

Get started by contacting Louise via her website: www.expatstudent.fr

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