Psychology Questions


I am looking into studying abroad in the UK? related questions

  • 1I am looking into studying abroad in the UK?

    I'm a sophomore , and my school is starting to make us look at colleges , majors, and jobs. I loved England and Ireland from the time they went to the UK a few years ago , and studying abroad has always been a plan for me , no doubt about it. I For a doctorate or maybe just in psychology and minor in philosophy I would possibly . Now , I have a lot of questions ! First, I want to study abroad through my college career , where you can get more information? What schools do you suggest? I get to B and A, but in my first year I had a hard time keeping up due to family problems , how my grades freshman year not so great affect me while applying to universities abroad / abroad programs ? Do you think studying abroad is the best idea? What should I study ? What schools would you suggest (this is about the most important question of mine) My school does not offer AP classes , is this a problem ? What are the typical requirements ? and what about the cost ? What are the things that I have to pay ? and more or less tell me everything you can about studying abroad in the UK ? Thank you very much , very much!

  • 2Studying abroad in the UK?

    Hello , I'm looking to study abroad in the UK , but I live in California , so I have no idea where to start . I have A's and B , I do a lot of singing in chamber choirs , and I want my MD / PhD in Neurology . I have ADD ( difficulty focusing ... constant hyperactivity is not ... that's ADHD ) , but I can still keep up with a little more effort . CP took classes for most classes and IB ( HL ) Biology , English and Psychology . Does anyone have any suggestions for 4-year colleges that offer the degree of MD / PhD dual , but are really super

  • 3I am looking into studying abroad in the UK?

    I'm looking to study abroad in the UK ? I'm a sophomore , and my school is starting to make us look at colleges , majors, and jobs. I loved England and Ireland from the time they went to the UK a few years ago , and studying abroad has always been a plan for me , no doubt about it. I For a doctorate in psychology and possibly study philosophy . Now , I have a lot of questions ! First, I want to study abroad through my college career , where you can get more information? What schools do you suggest? I get to B and A, but in my first year I had a hard time keeping up due to family problems , how my grades freshman year not so great affect me while applying to universities abroad / abroad programs ? Do you think studying abroad is the best idea? What should I study ? What schools would you suggest And what are the general requirements ? (this is about the most important question of mine) and what about the cost ? What are the things that I have to pay ? and more or less tell me everything you can about studying abroad in the UK ? Thank you very much , very much!

  • 4I am looking into studying abroad in the UK?

    I'm a sophomore , and my school is starting to make us look at colleges , majors, and jobs. I loved England and Ireland from the time they went to the UK a few years ago , and studying abroad has always been a plan for me , no doubt about it. I For a doctorate or maybe just in psychology and minor in philosophy I would possibly . Now , I have a lot of questions ! First, I want to study abroad through my college career , where you can get more information? What schools do you suggest? I get to B and A, but in my first year I had a hard time keeping up due to family problems , how my grades freshman year not so great affect me while applying to universities abroad / abroad programs ? Do you think studying abroad is the best idea? What should I study ? What schools would you suggest (this is about the most important question of mine) and more or less tell me everything you can about studying abroad in the UK ? Thank you very much , very much!

  • 5Is studying abroad worth it?

    Hi! I have 23 years and am considering studying in South America I have family there and I can get 210 credits in psychology in just 3 ½ years " three quarters per year," which is equivalent to a master's degree in the U.S. I know exactly what to do because my mother did the same for the same major and all went well . The "all " race costs less than one semester in the U.S. , its a great opportunity (no loans to repay and undistracted ) and from what I've heard it looks great on a Resümee . But I love my life in the U.S. Im so happy here , it would be a huge sacrifice .. Im gona be almost 28 by the time I'm done and there's nowhere I'd Rather Be at home here : [ ! Success is really my # 1 priority , but I'm confused and wanted to know if you think that everything would be worth at the end , taking into account the personal experiences ? Am I gona regret it if he does ? Thank you very much for your answers and I'm sorry your way!

  • 6Would you recommend studying abroad?

    I am currently a sophomore at a large university in the Midwest ten , and I'm thinking of studying abroad in the spring of my junior year . I am a huge Counseling Psychology with specialization in Spanish, and I am looking for two programs . One option is an internship and classes for my career in London , and the other option is a program of language immersion in Toledo , Spain. I live about 6 hours away from home at this time , but I am very close to my family and have had problems in the past with nostalgia and anxiety . I'd really like to study abroad , but a part of me that is very scared of the idea of being away from home , my family

  • 7Studying abroad, where would you want to live?

    REPEAT: I'm an American college student majoring in Psychology and hoping to study abroad next spring. My bilingual status is piss poor but I'd be willing to attempt any language in order to study abroad. My question is which would you choose if you had the option between... 1. Krakow, Poland or Taormina, Sicily 2. Cape Town, South Africa or Rio de Janiero, Brazil 3. North Island, New Zealand or South Island, New Zealand 4. Galway, Ireland or Rome, Italy 5. Edinburgh, Scotland or Swansea, Wales And finally, which would you choose overall and why?

  • 8Best schools for studying abroad?

    I hae been very interested in study abroad programs . Right now I'm in college , get my AS and transfer to another university as a junior . My specialty is clinical psychology . I was thinking about programs that are a semester long - or a couple ? Not sure if that's possible . English is my first language and I can read / speak a little Spanish , enough to get by haha. So I'd like to know what kind of programs are out there, those who are not as expensiveve . No matter what course I will , as long as its outside the United States. Oh, and I have thought about going after getting my AS , so it will be 20 :) Thanks !

  • 9Info on studying abroad in the USA?! .. o.o?

    Hello , I know this may be a little too soon , but I have 15 years old , soon to be 10 degrees (we have one month left of school ) girl, living in Asia . I'm going to an international school , and I'm from South Korea . However, because I grew up in another country , I am fluent in English , but not as fluent in Korean ( I can speak and write things , but I 'm not the average Korean student ) . So I want to go to the U.S. or the UK or Canada . In three years , I will graduate , and I have already started thinking about colleges and universities . I want to major in psychology and become a psychologist in the future with a PHD . I talked to my mother about this, and she said it was not a good idea because if I'm not American , it is difficult to find a job there after graduation . Besides tuition fees are extremely expensive . ( for us , but we know that there will be no changes in my father's salary +) Also, I have the intention of obtaining a student visa , but if I go back to Korea after graduation , I will not have the opportunity to obtain employment because .. (long story ) So my parents told me to go to a university in Korea , so I can get a job and live there . Anyway , I'm worried about this because I do not want to go to Korea to study psychology .. I'm not sure if I even be accepted . My question is - is very difficult to find a job ? I mean the recession and all, it could be difficult, but ... ? - Tuition fees are the same in 2012 ?

  • 10Advice for Studying Abroad in the UK?

    I'm going to be a college freshman in the Fall and I've always wanted to study abroad. I'm trying to do a little research now so that in a year I'll know exactly where I want to go. My college (UConn) has some programs with certain universities like University of Nottingham and University of Birmingham. But I don't know a single thing about these schools. I'd prefer not to study in London because it would be more expensive. I'm not a whiz kid either so Cambridge and Oxford are way out of my league. As of right now my major is Psychology but there's a good chance I'll change that. Any advice would be greatly appreciated (cost, best cities, work load, etc)

  • 11Studying abroad in Japan for Psychology?

    Hello , I am currently in the third year of high school and I'm starting to think about college . I know I want to major in psychology . I am Japanese and I would love to study abroad in Japan for some of my college years . Is there any such program ? And if you could list some schools that offer such experiences , that would be great! Thank you !

  • 12What are some of the best colleges in Germany for studying abroad?

    So this year he graduated from school , and I want to study abroad , Germany was the first thing that came to my mind , and so I was wondering what cities have good universities in Germany ? Im learning in clinical psychology or nurse ? Thanks in advance