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  1. please go abroad, seriously makes you much wiser it's insane how much you can learn and experience while being in a foreign place the world is so so big. I'm a high school senior and low income, I've seen so many people talk about expenses and I went out of my way to apply to scholarships I've traveled to 2 countries in high schools and studied there for a bit during my sophomore year and the summer before senior year and I'll be in another country for a few weeks 2nd semester of senior year. I'm first-gen so both of my parents are immigrants so I'm basically doing everything on my own and I have no idea wtf I'm doing. I really hope everyone can experience studying abroad though it is truly so special and unique to each person. Don't let yourself or others stop you from going outside the box.

  2. I used to see this video regularly during my high-school days. Studying abroad was something (Apparently for me) difficult to achieve.
    Today is my last day in my home country, I’m finally going to study abroad to Europe, immensely grateful for my family’s support.
    I love you mom & dad, thank you for your presence and commitment.

  3. I was rather naive when arrived for my year abroad aged 20. I do think it helped me grow as a person in ways that would never have been conceivable had i stayed home that year. I was forced out of my comfort zone to integrate with the foreigners. Above all i learnt how horrible and manipulative my friend back home was from being outside of that bubble and it gave me the courage to be my own person and sever ties when i returned.

  4. most likely going to move to france after graduating in a less than 5 months and i’m still debating wether i should go or not. i’m so scared that im going to miss everything feel nostalgic and develop depression but i also really wanna go

  5. Everything I hear about studying abroad is people talking about spending a YEAR abroad. I want to move from the UK to Spain and study there for the entire course. Has anyone done this? Or anyone have any experience?

  6. Seems like this very important education is not helping us as a society to be better humans, embrace our brothers and sisters and protect our environment. About 200 years ago any of indigenous or aborigine' people had any high education and they knew how to live in peace and harmony with themselves and nature. What is interesting is that more we study more insane we get. Where are we going to?

  7. I dont know bro, it's like saying: live in poverty for 2 years and then you know how poor people feel.. In the end I think doing what is best for our goals should be the aim.. If you want to work in an international company then definitely do it but if you're a scientist or something like that I think its a waste of energy and also could stop you from evolving in other areas

  8. "Higher Education has to fulfill the demand of market" – Can't agree more..I got my master degree abroad and now continuing my PhD abroad as well. In my opinion, obtaining a chance to study abroad is merely about our effort. Particularly how hard our effort is. Money? Well, I'm not coming from wealthy family and I got my master degree and this PhD study by Scholarship. Again it's about our effort to get that. And there are a lot of scholarship out there!. I have tried 8 times of doing scholarships test, 8 times failed. However, it's all priceless once we get it in the end. Not only when we are abroad, but started from the day 1 we decided to prepare ourselves for the test and finally obtaining the degree.

  9. I missed the opportunity to study abroad when I was in school. So when I graduated, I went abroad to work. I def recommend it, but I think people don't think about culture shock, reverse culture shock, their mental ability to handle it, and the length of time they should stay abroad.

  10. For the love of God, don't go abroad if you have anxiety/depression problems. I am abroad for 7 month and feel like I am deteriorating rapidly – emotionally, psychologically and even physically. I hope to finish this year and go home for good, if I manage to finish it.

  11. I was offered a chance to study at a secondary school in Singapore but turned it down. I know that it would be better to go abroad but I got depressed for some reason, I don’t even know what I am scared of. My dad says he respect my choice although he would like me to go. I don’t know if it was the right choice but I still keep saying to myself that it was right to follow my gut

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