To study in Australia or somewhere abroad

I am still wide awake and it’s already 4:38 AM.

I looked up at universities abroad online that I could enroll in. I really don’t know but lately I’ve been wanting to try taking entrance exams for an international school. I’m eyeing on Australia.

Yes, I do want to see Europe and New York and Japan but there is something about Australia that tempts me to try or visit.

The only problem is, fees cost an arm and a leg. Oh no, scratch that, a pair of an arm and a pair of a leg. That huge! I can work there though if I ever get in. Or I can apply for a scholarship. But with the rate I’m going, I doubt I’ll ever get one. I put myself down way too much. Who knows though. I may have a chance!

But there are so many requirements. Like having to pass a test on English proficiency before getting to apply. The proficiency thing is not even included in the school you’re going to apply in. It’s a separate test with a separate fee. The good thing about it is that I can use it in all schools I am aiming. Also, I can take the exam online. Less hassle, not too much time consumed!

But before all of this, I still need to confirm my grades. Ha ha! I’ve been waiting for two subjects to finally disappear under my Student Deficiencies on MyUSTe. If the subject isn’t there anymore, it means you passed… You just don’t know your grade yet. They’re going to release it on the 28th. It’s making me really nervous. Gaaahhh!!

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  1. I’ve always wanted to go to Australia too and studying is probably one of the easier ways to get in. I agree with the fees though, pretty steep! Good luck, still!

    1. It’s really pricey! The websites I saw included the money you have to prepare if ever you really want to go there. One of the good things about it is that they are also prioritizing international students. I think I like the feeling of being called an international student more than the studying itself. Ha ha ha!

      1. Really? For me though, I just want the weather. Hahaha! The change of pace also. The more I think about it, the more I am inclined to pursue it. Being an international students sounds awesome~

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