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Frequently Asked Questions

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

Application & Eligibility

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Yes, and it’s only $40. The deposit does not count towards your program balance.

The deposit is non-refundable once submitted. However, if you withdraw before the deadline we can apply it towards another Stanley Prep program of your choosing. If your application is rejected by Stanley Prep or the host university for not meeting the requirements, you may be eligible for a refund.

Yes! Our K-Camp College is meant for any adult 18+, we would be happy for you to join us.

Travel Arrangements

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Your flight itinerary and travel form should be submitted no later than 4 weeks prior to the start date of your program, and this due date will be reflected in your portal. If you submit it after this due date, we may not be able to arrange for you to be picked up at the airport.

Yes, Stanley Prep only offers group flights for our High School Program B: includes a round-trip group flight between the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and the Incheon International Airport (ICN), Korea. The connecting flight to and from LAX is not part of the package. Participants will have a chaperone throughout the flight, immigration, and airport pickup/drop-off.

Yes! For all of our Participants, there will be airport pickup/drop-off services at Incheon International Airport (ICN) available, where our staff will be stationed to assist. 

All students should depart the U.S. on their program start date, and either arrive on the same day or the following day, depending on their program location. Students departing from outside the U.S. should make sure that they are arriving on the correct day to their program location. Reach out to your Program Manager with questions.

Late arrival for the Stanley Prep program dates, without advance permission from Stanley Prep, is not allowed. All orientation meetings on-site are mandatory. Early arrivals are permitted, but students are responsible for their own lodging for any additional days as well as transportation costs.

You should make arrangements to return to the U.S. on the last day of the program, unless you want to extend your stay in your host country for personal travel. Make sure you do not overstay your visa (if applicable). You will finish all group activities prior to the last day of your program.

Yes! For all of our participants there will be airport 1. Pleaspickup/dropoff services at Incheon International Airport (ICN) available, where our staff will be stationed to assist.

Stanley Prep requires that students remain in the program until the end of classes and/or final exams and cannot pre-approve early departures.

Passports & Visas

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Yes, all Stanley Prep program locations require that you have a passport to travel. If you are not a U.S. citizen, please check with your local consulate regarding traveling/studying in another country.

You can find passport applications and detailed information on how to apply on the webpage of the U.S. State Department. This process can take between 4-8 weeks, so be sure to apply early! You can choose to pay for expedited processing to ensure it arrives on time.

Yes, your passport information is not required to apply to an Stanley Prep program. However, please make sure to apply or renew your passport immediately as you will need to submit a copy to Stanley Prep, either during the application process or by the final forms and payment due date, depending on your program requirements.

Many countries require that your passport be valid for at least 6 months after your scheduled return date. It is your responsibility to be aware of the entry and exit requirements for your program country. We would encourage you to renew your passport if it will expire shortly after your program end date to avoid any issues with being allowed entry.

Many Stanley Prep programs do require a visa, but not all. Please contact your Stanley Prep Program Manager for details and you can visit the country’s consulate website for details. If a visa is required for your program, you are responsible for securing it.

Payments, Withdrawals & Refunds

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Yes, credit cards may be used for any portion of the program price (Visa, MasterCard, and Discover). Program fees can also be paid by personal check, cashier’s check, or money order.

To arrange a payment plan, please contact the Stanley Prep office prior to the payment due date. There is a $25 fee, and payment installments will be arranged with the final payment no later than two weeks before the start date of the program.




If payment is not arranged by the Final Forms and Payment due date, a late payment fee of $50 may be assessed. For students on financial aid, a good faith payment is required by the Final Forms and Payment due date in order to guarantee a student’s place in the program. Please see the Paying With Financial Aid section of the website.

Yes, the payment for the Academic Year program is required by the Year program’s due date. This secures your participation in both semesters, and typically the Year program is discounted compared to signing up for both semesters separately.

Please refer to the Cancellation Policy both on our website and the Stanley Prep application.




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