If you wish to study abroad, you do not have to wait until the graduation of the secondary school. Those who strive for more and are eager to obtain international experience and become independent at a younger age have an opportunity to join secondary schools in a foreign country, for example, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia or the United States, which are famous for high-quality education.

The fact is that some foreign higher education institutions do not accept the maturity certificate acquired in Lithuania. However, after the graduation from a secondary school in the above-mentioned countries, you will have many more opportunities to enter the world’s best universities of your own choice.

Secondary education abroad promotes independence from a young age, develops a cosmopolitan viewpoint, helps to learn foreign languages, develops foreign language skills, introduces to the multi-cultural environments, and lays the foundation for further successful development of a young person.

Secondary schools abroad are divided into public and private. Education in private schools is paid, while the state schools offer a possibility to study free of charge, in this case, only the cost of living needs to be covered.

The secondary school for a child should be chosen carefully depending on their personal abilities and interests. Some schools not only teach the general subjects, such as Mathematics, Sciences, History, Languages and others, but they also consider their talents, for example, for sports, music, or crafts. We can even suggest studying at schools which are highly specialised and offer the classes of film production, horse-riding or a learning a rare foreign language.

“Study Plan International” will take into account the child’s skills, needs, abilities, as well as the family’s financial resources, and will offer you the most suitable options for secondary education.

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What will you get when you choose “Study Plan International” consulting service for Secondary education?

During the first consultation we discuss the client’s expectations. During this consultation, you will learn a lot about different countries and their educational systems, their rankings, funding options, career prospects, and some practical aspects of living in the country. You will also have an opportunity to receive answers to all your questions, and then we will discuss our further co-operation aspects.

During the second meeting of one hour, we will establish the clients personal expectations and choose the best secondary education options. Then, we prepare for the submission of documents. Firstly, we lay out the action plan, provide the list of the required application documents, offer preparation guidelines and examples, and establish deadlines for the actions.

The process of further cooperation: the number of meetings is not limited, as we meet and discuss as much as it may be necessary. We aim at a high-quality preparation of the admission documents and we devote enough time to carefully proofread and check your written documents.

The next step is to submit your application. We coordinate and fill in all applications and the required forms.

Then we look forward to the responses from the high schools, and we regularly contact them.

If a visa is required, we help you in the process of receiving it. We will provide the information about the necessary documents and even fill out the visa application forms. We also provide information on housing and successful settling in the country, for example, registration, healthcare, public transport, and other.

We also assist you in planning your trip there by booking the tickets for air and land transport, as well as organising meeting you at the station or airport.

Even after a student leaves abroad, our communication continues. We give consultations on a regular basis and answer all the questions that may arise.