Going to college in Europe

April 22, 2017
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In three months from now, I'm going to be a Senior in highschool. The problem is, I have to apply to colleges (mainly universities) by the end of this year (so six months). I will be 17 years old in 3 months and I'm in desperate need to figure out how to go to college and live in Europe.

I'm not sure if I want to go to college here and major in business or go to college in Europe for foreign language. I'm leaning more towards Europe and if I like it, then I would probably like to move there.

I'm so lost on the whole process however. I have several questions:

-If I apply to a college in Europe I need a student visa, so does that allow me to work?

-How do I find a job in Europe in order to get a work visa (since you have to have one before you move) if I only speak English??? Any websites or recommendations?

-Let's say I move to Europe to attend college, then from there I find work or? If I want to stay after the college year ends then what do I do?

Like I said, I will be graduating in a year from now and right now is the time when I really have to consider all options for my future and I'm just really confused on all of the visas and especially how to get a job to get a work visa so I could remain living there if I wish to do so.

ANY HELP AT ALL IS GREATLY APPRECIATED!!

I've been taking Spanish classes for the past for the past 5 years but I would like to go to Italy most likely. Would it be easier to go to college in Britain and then move because of the commonwealth and the whole speaking English thing?

Oh, and, how easy is it to actually go to college in Europe if I currently live here (in Michigan)? Do I just apply online like I would do for a college here??? Thank you for any information!!!

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