How to apply?
We help you apply to study abroad in the best destinations worldwide, easily and affordably. Whether you want to study for one or two semesters, join a summer school session or even complete a full degree abroad, we have made applying simple and quick.
How to get scholarships?
A scholarship is a financial aid given to a student to further the student’s education. Scholarships are awarded based on various criteria that usually reflect the values and purposes of the donor or founder of the award.
How to get visa?
This page contains only general guidelines if you have not applied for a visa before. When applying for a visa, please first contact your local embassy of the country you are heading to.
How to get study credits?
Make a study plan and present it to your home university. The practices of transferring credits vary from institution to institution and students are encouraged to make a study plan and discuss the credit transfer in advance with a coordinator at their home institution.
How to travel to and in our destinations?
We recommend you arrive at the study abroad destination approximately a week before the start of the semester. Read more about General tips on traveling.
How to find student housing?
As a Beyond Abroad student, you are responsible for finding your accommodation for the duration of your studies.
How to have the best study abroad experience?
Studying abroad is a once in a lifetime experience – regardless of whether it is for a semester abroad, gap year, summer school or a full degree.
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Many countries, including European nationals, can visit Mexico without a visa for up to 180 days. You will be given a student card instead of a visa when you enter the country.
Costa Rica Visa
Many countries, including European nationals, have visa-free travel to Costa Rica for up to 90 days. It is suggested that students study in Costa Rica for one semester because the student visa process in Costa Rica may take longer than six months to complete.