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Guest Post: Expand Your College Options Beyond the US by Jennifer Viemont

Today I’m bringing you a TOTALLY different type of post, but one that hits a topic near and dear to my heart: education. Specifically, higher education. Jennifer Viemont has some ideas about expanding your thinking to expand your options, and I hope you enjoy (and can profit from) them!

Expand Your College Options
by Jennifer Viemont

If you stress about how you’re going to pay for college — whether for yourself or your kids, you’re not alone. And it’s only getting more expensive! CNBC reports a 213% increase over 30 years. But there is a solution and you might not have heard of it before! It’s a more cost-effective alternative to the expensive United States colleges—in Europe, and it may be just the answer that you, your family, and your friends are looking for.

With more than 300 schools in Europe offering 1,700 full degree programs conducted entirely in English, COLLEGE BEYOND THE STATES: European Schools that Will Change Your Life Without Breaking the Bank (Global Ed Press, September 2018) by Jennifer Viemont, the founder of Beyond the States, provides families and students the viable options that are practical and affordable. “There are almost 400 programs with tuition less than $4,000 per year and fifty options that are tuition-free—even for international students,” Viemont explains.

With diligent research, Viemont compiled the most extensive resource for the benefits of attending college or university in Europe, including the financial advantages, social and cultural exposure, and a diverse range of internship opportunities. Also included are several chapters detailing various European colleges and universities with essential information like The Hague University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands that has eleven English-taught bachelor degree programs and average annual tuition of $9,908. The Bocconi University in Italy has seven English-taught bachelor degree programs and average annual tuition of $17,357 for a duration of three years.

If you’re seeking an alternative to expensive colleges and universities in the United States, COLLEGE BEYOND THE STATES gives you all the information for studying abroad.

There is a book available on Amazon. You can also contact Jennifer via her website. If you are interested in the financial and cultural benefits of attending European college and university, how the admissions process in Europe differs from that of the United States, or why some programs in Europe can be completed in less than four years, make sure to check out BeyondTheStates.com. There is also a Beyond the States Virtual College Fair scheduled for January 12-13, with more information available on her site.

Good luck and happy learning!

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