Your Subtitle text

Mentoring Program for High School Students

The 2i Foundation has established a mentoring program to help high school students explore opportunities to study at foreign universities. Our mentors could discuss with you opportunities in different countries (currently US, UK and Germany) as well as guide you and help you throughout the application process.


If you are a high school student in 11th or 12th grade and

  • You would like to explore opportunities to study at a foreign university, or
  • You have already decided you would like to apply to certain foreign universities and need help and guidance during the process,

feel free to can contact us at mentoring@the2i.org. We would then discuss your goals and match you with a mentor. This program is free for you. Our mentors are volunteers who have studied and lived abroad and are familiar with the application process to universities in the US, UK and Germany.


In order to initiate the process, send us a quick email on mentoring@the2i.org indicating:

1. Your name

2. Your high school
3. Country to which you are interested in applying to universities     
OR if you just want to explore different opportunities abroad indicate so.
4. Other relevant information you would like to share with your prospective mentor.



BECOME A MENTOR

If you would like to get involved with The 2i Foundation, you could do so by becoming a mentor in our Mentoring Program. By becoming a mentor you could participate in events presenting different higher education options at foreign universities. You could also give advice and guidance to high schools students during their application process to universities

In order to qualify to become a mentor you should be currently studying or have studied at a foreign university and you are willing to spend time with students.

Get involved today by emailing us at mentoring@the2i.org. In your email please include your name, university attended or attending, and your level of desired involvement (hours per week you would like to dedicate to the program).