Why Study Abroad?

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9. Impress Future Employers

With more and more people finishing university with limited career prospects, international experience is something that makes your CV stand out from the pile when applying for jobs. Whether you've learned speak conversational Spanish or run 6 marathons in a year, time spent abroad is a talking point, which is valued particularly if you are looking for your first job out of university and have limited work experience.

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10. You'll Regret It If You Don't

Finally, and possibly most importantly, if you don't study abroad then you will almost certainly regret it!

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See what students from around the world thought of their time abroad on whystudyhere.com.

 

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