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Transferring Graduate Programs - specifically from the states to Europe


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By the time I had the idea to apply to graduate programs abroad, I had already applied to 6 schools in the states and was exhausted by the application process. I couldn't choose my top choice school due to the price tag scaring me, and it scared me enough to accept a seat at the cheapest school (also the coldest and farthest drive). I have already lived and worked abroad during my gap years, so I don't know why this idea never came to mind! Essentially my question is:

Is it common to transfer graduate programs after a year or a semester? Going to another anglophone country that is recognized by ASHA (Ireland, UK, Australia, NZ) is an an idea I suddenly can't get out of my brain. It could be because COVID has me missing traveling and living abroad, but still. Do you know if the credits will transfer? Also, although ASHA recognizes it, will there be an issue get a masters degree in one of those countries then returning to the US for work?

Someone tell me to stop dreaming or to go for it! Thanks for reading. :)

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