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Studying in Bermuda

Studying overseas is a great way of improving a student’s experience and Bermuda is a great choice for international students looking for a little bit of variety. A wide range of study programmes are available in Bermuda, from standard college courses to more unique programmes. There are several higher education institutions on the island and you can check out their curriculum by contacting the respective institution or talking to your faculty adviser.

Those who wish to experience something different than tradition campus life can enrol in a sea semester, which combines theoretical knowledge of the ocean and its ecosystem with fun activities such as sailing. Summer programmes are also available in Bermuda. Typically, summer classes revolve around ecology and other environment-related matters.

If you’re looking to perfect your English, Bermuda might just be the perfect option for you. A language programme in this country will not only give you the chance to improve your skills, but you’ll also be able to enjoy the laidback island lifestyle.

Bermuda is a hot spot for diving and numerous classes are organised on the island, for all skill levels. If you’re interested in attending such a class, make sure to check a schedule beforehand, as not all months of the year are suitable for such activities.

Student visas are required for most nationals wishing to pursue a programme in Bermuda. Rush visas are also available, for those looking to obtain their visas faster. Check with a local embassy for more information.

 

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