In the U.K., accents change noticeably on average every 25 miles!
Which accent will you take on during your exchange?
+ More About the United Kingdom
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+ Scholarships Available
385 - Holcomb & Farnell Foreign Study Fund
368 - YFU Community Grant
384 - YFU Financial Aid Fund
Fall Semester: $29,995
Applications for tuition based programs must be submitted by October 1 for winter/spring departure programs and March 15 for summer and fall. Applications submitted after this date will be considered on a case by case basis depending upon availability.
+ Additional Information
Information regarding visas and other immigration processes will be provided upon enrollment. To learn more, you can visit the embassy website.
Program tuition does not include personal spending money.
The application deadline for all winter and spring departure programs (January-March) is October 1. The deadline to apply for scholarships is December 1. The deadline for all summer or fall departure programs (June-September) is March 15. Programs can fill up before the deadline, so we encourage early submission!
Choose Your Program
+ Semester Program
As a YFU student in the United Kingdom, you’ll live with a local host family and attend a local high school. Host families in the UK are given financial compensation to help cover the costs of having an extra family member. Part of your experience overseas will be:
Students will attend a local private Sixth Form School. Sixth Form is the equivalent of high school in the US, and helps prepare students for college. Sixth form consists of two years, with AS exams after the first year and A-level exams after the second. Students select 3 or 4 subjects of their choice, depending on availability, and will also take a more general subject like critical thinking or extended project qualification. The academic expectations placed on students in the UK are high, so be prepared to study hard!
All students applying for the semester or year program must be available for a mandatory 3-day National Pre-Departure Orientation, which usually takes place in mid-July. This orientation is a required part of the program aimed at preparing students for their experience overseas. All students will participate in a one-day local pre-departure orientation in May or June. All orientation costs are included in program tuition.
September 2 2000-August 31, 2003. Students who do not meet these age requirements will not be considered for admission to the program.
Host Family Placement
Students should keep in mind that they could be placed with non-traditional families, meaning they can be placed with any kind of family to include single parent homes with no children and double placements.
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- Placement with a host family
- Enrollment in a local Sixth Form School
- Airport transfers
- Domestic and international travel
- All pre-departure and post arrival orientations
- Pre-program support by trained YFU staff
- Support from an YFU Area Representative while on program
- Comprehensive insurance