I’m currently a junior in high school who is creating a list of colleges that are good for studying abroad. I hope to major in either nursing, international relations, or public health. (I will be doing internships over the summer to help me decide which).
If given the option, Spain/France/South Korea/Japan are my preferred countries but I would be happy with any abroad program.
The last time I posted on here, I got a lot of helpful advice so I am appreciative of any recommendations/advice you may have.
-gpa uw: 3.8, gpa w: 4.56
-no sats or acts yet but projected scores are 1500+ and a 32+
-past aps: world history (5), us history (4)
-current aps: stat, comp gov
-future aps/ibs: ib lang & lit, ib philosophy, ap french, ap spanish
-have taken college chemistry for credit and will take future college classes over the summer
-honors societies: nhs, nehs, shf, and shh
-member of executive school council
-leadership: student director of the school play, president of art history club, treasurer/cofounder of amnesty international at my school
-volunteer work: tutoring, animal shelter, local hospital, various ad hoc projects
-Spanish (college level)
-French (college level)
-Japanese (basic level/still learning)
-Korean (just starting to learn)