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Study Abroad
to Earn a College Degree

While Europe's reputation for offering free education is well-known, many students and families overlook it as an option.

However, with the ever-increasing costs of college tuition and living expenses, now might be the perfect time to reconsider this intriguing path!

If you're curious about the process of applying for undergraduate or graduate degrees in Europe, I invite you to explore my podcast, 'Study Abroad: The Extended Version.'

For those actively seeking college programs in Europe, I offer free counseling services. Feel free to reach out to me if you're interested in taking this exciting step!

College Counseling
and On-Site Assistance

Free Trial Phase


Personal Consulting


European Universities

With recent firsthand experiences in undergoing undergraduate and graduate programs in both the United States and Germany, I provide students with consulting services rooted in personal insight. Through my involvement in podcast production, I immerse myself in various programs and universities, gaining direct impressions through interviews and visits to different campuses.


On-Site Assistance 

In addition to college counseling, I extend my support to students upon their arrival in Germany and the Netherlands. This assistance encompasses aiding in housing search, providing foreign language tutoring, assisting with side-job placement, and serving as an on-site emergency contact. Given the absence of direct personal advisory and room and board services offered by universities in both Germany and the Netherlands, my support can prove invaluable for students navigating their initial days in Europe.


Free Trial

As a full-time data scientist based in Bonn, Germany, I am driven to transition into a professional counselor specializing in international higher education. I firmly believe that pursuing a college degree in Germany and the Netherlands presents an exceptional opportunity for numerous middle-class families worldwide. In the initial half of 2024, I am committed to offering counseling services and on-site assistance, free of charge, to support students prepared to embark on this transformative journey.

My counseling primarily centers on various college programs available in Germany and the Netherlands. When compared to programs in other European and North American countries, universities in both Germany and the Netherlands stand out for their exceptional quality and affordability. Moreover, a significant advantage is that many programs in both countries are conducted in English, making them accessible to international students

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About me: 

While studying abroad for a college degree may seem unconventional to many families in the US or Europe, it has always been a familiar path for me, growing up in China.

At the age of 15, I started my journey abroad by attending a boarding school (Kents Hill School) in Maine. Following high school, I continued my education at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Throughout my time in college, I  unconventionally studied abroad for three semesters in Cologne and Heidelberg.

Upon completing my undergraduate studies, I decided to pursue a master's degree at the University of Bonn in Germany. It was during this period that I recognized the immense potential for American families considering pursuing a bachelor's degree in Germany and the Netherlands.

Currently, I am employed as a data scientist at the German Statistical Office. Despite my full-time commitments, I am fueled by a passion for becoming a professional counselor in international education. I aim to leverage my personal experiences to guide and inspire families and students worldwide in their pursuit of college degrees abroad here in Germany and the Netherlands.

Are you seriously considering studying abroad to get a college degree in Germany or the Netherlands?

If you are, congratulations!


You belong to one of those courageous kids who are ready to undertake this mission. Yes, you may have to learn a new language along the way, and yes, you will be homesick from time to time. But, at the end of the road, it is worth it...

And don't forget, it doesn't cost you 70K per year!

Contact me if you have any request of question!


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