The number of students studying abroad for academic credit has increased over the last few decades. Statistics show that about 300,000 U.S. students studied abroad last year.
Studying abroad is a great opportunity to travel, immerse yourself into a new culture, challenge yourself and grow. It’s important to plan wisely and take your abroad experience seriously — studying in a new place will expose you to information you have never considered.
Studying abroad is a great opportunity to learn new perspectives and stand out to employers or grad schools. What you learn abroad can potentially be reflected in an upcoming project, paper or a future career. However, planning the logistics of studying abroad can be frustrating. This blog will direct students on how to choose an abroad program suitable for them, how to be productive during your time away and what to do when you return home.
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