Should I Learn English At Home Or Abroad?



And there are some reasons to study abroad that you just can’t disagree with:

It will look great on your CV

Employers are increasingly looking for applicants who can speak more than one language, and if you have experienced living in a different country, even better. 

When someone reads your application form, they don’t just want a list of your qualifications. They also want to see evidence of things you have done or achieved to prove that you have made use of those skills. 

If you can say that you have lived in an English speaking country and made use of your language skills in context, then that instantly tells the reader that your skills are as good as you say they are. And you’ll have no trouble getting by in your target country.  

It will change your life

The international network of friends you will make, the experiences you will have, and the memories you will take home will be with you for the rest of your life. 

Your understanding of the world will be broader and you will be in a better position to travel it.

You will also find that, even if you go back to your home country and stay there, you will be better placed to work in global industries and interact with visitors.

Ultimately, you will have demonstrated that you can stand on your own two feet and be responsible for yourself. You will be able to go back to your life with a new independence.