<p>I am from a land far far away... lol im kidding, haha I am from New Zealand ( a tiny tiny island below Australia). That makes me an international applicant.</p>
<p>I am thinking about applying to a school in the US under the Early Decision Program.</p>
<p>I know that ED is legally/ethically binding, and should I be accepted I need to attend that university/college..</p>
<p>However.. does this binding rule apply to only the US or can it extend to the rest of the world?
Let me clarify, hypothetically, if I become accepted to another school in another country (e.g a university in my home country, a uni in the UK/Canada), am I eligible to turn down my ED school's offer and accept another offer from a university OUTSIDE of US?</p>