Do you want to travel abroad for free but do not have a degree for working or educational purposes to qualify? If you have a vocational skill or you are willingly to learn one, then one sure way to travel abroad is through vocational schools. Without a degree or a work sponsorship, you can actually get to obtain free education and still get paid abroad.
The most interesting thing about vocational studies is that they may even pay you to enjoy your stay while studying and working. So, if you want to know more about how to relocate abroad to these countries, then continue to the end of this article.
What is a Vocational School? A Vocational School is a type of school that provides education that prepares people to take up employment in a skilled craft or trade as an artisan. Vocational Studies is a kind of training you go for to learn a particular occupation or craft which in the end gives you a qualification of that particular craft or qualification.
Counties you can travel abroad for free without a degree via Vocational Studies
- Finland: With your international passport, resume, high school certificate, proof of fund and/or IELTS, you can apply to the University of Vamia in Finland. Tuition is free in this University, and it teaches three vocational courses, which are mechanic fitter, chef, and waiter/waitress. It is guaranteed to get a job placement after your studies.
- Germany: Germany has the highest number of vocational schools, and they are mostly free. There are two types of training school: Vocational training School and Company Vocational training School. The Company vocational training school gives sponsorship for international students. To however qualify you have to learn, know and pass the German language.
- Japan: Japan vocational schools are not free, but they are affordable and there is a 100% guaranty that you will get a job placement after your studies. The schools teach you the Japanese language first before your studies.
- Lithuania: After applying to study in Lithuania, you have to wait to be selected first, then you have to prove you are willing to learn the language and write the exam to qualify.
- Australia: TAFE, which stands for Technical and Further Education, is a form of vocational education and training (VET) education offered by government-run institutions in Australia. Their courses are highly diverse — you can find programmes ranging from business to agriculture, and from building design to tourism and hospitality — in addition to being typically more hands-on in nature. Their requirements for international students can vary from schools to schools.