Luxury boarding school with huge queues for admission. Do not repeat our mistakes: the daughter entered at the second time.
When choosing a school abroad, we chose studying in Switzerland. It’s fabulously expensive, but the level is beyond education, and equipment, and technical capabilities (well, very nice, well-groomed, near the mountains and a lot of other subjective amenities). However, while the court is on the case, while we lazily chose - when sending documents, we received a polite letter that the places on the course ended.
Not expected, of course. It would seem that pay the money - and you get the place. Then, the documents were straightened out as clearly as possible. Here, thanks to the consultant Alexandra: she, too, was divided up from our "return", so we developed a whole plan for the date of the new reception. Two weeks before the start of the collection of applications, we did all the docks (translated into English, certified by a notary, etc.), prepared a full package - and in the morning (Alexandra clarified the first day of submission) sent all to the school. Accepted! Quickly (until they changed their minds :)) we paid the receipt for the first year (they decided right away, but you could also pay for the semesters) and began to prepare for departure (the school sends an invitation for a visa for students, the ordinary Schengen will not work here).
We've got such an epic: we lost a year, but we tried to use it all the same, and learn from our mistakes. How will the first year come to an end? Let's add a review: the daughter likes it, but it’s not enough time for an objective assessment whether it was all worth it.