English study abroad programs

English study abroad programs
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Study abroad in an English speaking country and get to know another culture inside and out. Since you already speak English, you'll begin making friends from day 1. A study abroad program in an English speaking country will still be a challenge though, with lots of unexpected differences and surprises throughout your stay. You'll come home more independent and flexible, we promise!


14 - 19 years
1-5 years
Private high school
Study and live with students from 75 nationalities. Gain an internationally recognized diploma and access to a top university.
Destination: USAUnited Kingdom

Hult International Business School

Bachelor's, master's, MBAs
Hult International Business School, Inc. is an independent, not-for-profit institution associated with EF Education First, with six locations.
Destination: USAUnited KingdomU.A.E.China

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English study abroad programs

You might think that it will be easy to transition into life in another English-speaking country, and in some ways that's true. You'll have the advantage of already speaking English, so you'll understand what people are saying and be able to get around. But studying abroad in English is still quite a change from your current lifestyle. The food will be different, the holidays will be different, the personalities will be different. You'll have to adapt your social skills to a whole new culture. An English study abroad program is a great way to push yourself out of your comfort zone and explore the world, without the need to learn a new language.

Why study abroad

Study abroad is often a defining experience for our students because it is the first time many of them set out on their own, without their parents, and explore the world. Studying abroad in English is the perfect solution for students who do not have the time to learn another language but recognize the value of international exposure. Living in different English-speaking countries is a great way to get that exposure. These countries share a language, but they couldn't be more different. Studying abroad, whether for a summer or for several years, is the only way to really experience that difference. It's an experience you'll carry with you for the rest of your life.