The German Abitur is recognised in the United States, and that would
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be no particular problem. However, because she did not do
International Bechalorate (or study in an Europa Schule or something
similar, where the tuition language is English), she might have to do
the ToEFL test, Test of English as a Foreign Language.
I don't know of any such scholarships and moreover - she may (at least
officially) not eligable to apply for grants of the DAAD for German
citizens, since she's considered to be an American citizen in the US.
However, try their site - the Deutsche Akademische Ausland Dienst
(www.daad.de). You should also try the "regular" path of financial aid
or students loans.
mavarla.TakeThisOut@gmx.net (Mavarla) wrote in message ...
> I am writing on behalf of my step-daughter, almost 17 years-old, who
> holds a dual citizenship in the U.S. (where she was born) and in
> Germany (where she is now in "Gymnasium," the equivalent of our U.S.
> high school). We may be relocating to the U.S. within the next year or
> so and I was curious if anyone out there knew of any
> college/university scholarships which she could apply for and/or if
> European grades are even transferable to the U.S. for U.S. citizens
> who have been raised abroad, in the first place? Thank you in advance
> for your time and consideration.