Cultural exchange programs are for those students who want to experience life beyond campus and learn new things in different countries. Generally, a student joins a cultural exchange program during the last years of high school or by taking a drop year after graduating high school. Though there is no age restriction for joining cultural exchange programs. You could be at any point of your life and pursue anything. These are some great cultural exchange programs-
The Disney Cultural Exchange Programme (CEP)
Under this cultural exchange program, you will get the opportunity to live in one of the four housing complexes at Disney. To be eligible, you must be fluent in English and above the age of 18. You must also be enrolled in an accredited, degree-issuing college or university; and return to school for at least one term following the program. Graduates can also participate.
Projects Abroad offer a lot of internship opportunities across the globe. The participating countries include Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Pacific. For some opportunities, You must be at least 15 or 16 years of age whereas for others 18 years of minimum age is required.
Through Absolute Internships, you can as a student stay in different parts of Asia and Europe. They offer three types of unpaid internship programs: on-site internships, remote internships, and high school internships in various industries ranging from advertising and graphic design to real estate.