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- Gain a fresh and international perspective on your studies
Discover new insights and gain a more comprehensive perspective on your academic studies.This unique international perspective could help you stand out to employers when applying for a job.
- Challenge yourself in a different academic environment
Enhance your adaptability and problem solving skills by challenging yourself in a different academic environment, culture and lifestyle.
- Broaden your skills
Gain new experiences, new networking opportunities, and new outlooks which will enhance your existing skills and knowledge.
- Learn a new language
Immerse yourself into the local culture and learn a new language. Being multilingual looks great on a CV and shows you are a versatile, mature and an excellent learner.
- CV with an international edge
Many employers actively seek graduates with international experience. It demonstrates independence, resilience, adaptability, cultural awareness and ambition.
- Establish a network of professional contacts
Studying abroad is an excellent opportunity for you to establish professional contacts from around the world.
- Increase international job prospects
Not only will studying abroad help to increase your job prospects back at home, it will help you to find a job overseas – a terrific preparation for the global employment market.
- Priceless cross-cultural communication skills
Further develop your cross-cultural communication skills – a valuable skill in this globalised market.
- Develop an awareness and appreciation of other cultures, political and economic environments
- Make new friends from around the world
- Explore a new part of the world
- Practise time management and budgeting skills
- Build confidence