Yeah, I also I see that you're an international not living in the US (same here!), so you never know. I've read other years some international applicants living abroad got an interview invitation a week after everyone did, since it's a Skype call. I'm not getting my hopes up, but it's something that can happen, especially if you're international.Well, I'll wait until I get the denied message, heh heh.
Whenever I get antsy about these things, I just remember the story of one of my roommates during the international Disney college program I did last year: he was on put a waitlist for the second phase and had all but forgotten about it. They were doing interviews over five days here in Brazil, and he got a call on the last hour of the fourth day asking if he wanted to do an interview on the next day. He had to scramble for a lot of things, but he managed to do it and got accepted.
So, yeah, waiting a little doesn't hurt for me.
If I don't get anything, I know that I'll be just as happy doing the professional program. It's very similar, only less classes, and as an international you can't work, so that's the only thing that sucks, since you can't invest your extra time elsewhere. I might try do producing and writing PPs if I can afford it. Always wanted to explore more of the production process after working for a production company.