Why go abroad?
Here's just a few of the reasons to study abroad and if that's not enough, to help you decide we've rounded up our top ten reasons to study abroad.
Students who go abroad are 20% less likely to be out of work.
To sum up my exchange, it was 'perfect'. I have had an amazing time and most of all I think this experience abroad has had an impact on my future in Leeds. I feel like I have grown up whilst being here and I am now looking forward to carrying on my studies in Leeds.
Students who go abroad are 19% more likely to gain a 1st in their degree.
Students who go abroad are 10% more likely to be in graduate jobs six months after graduating.
One semester seems like a long time but it will fly past. I’ve had a beer in a roof top jacuzzi in Sydney overlooking the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, played competitively in the QUT dodge ball team and attended lunch with the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Brisbane. Make the most of your study abroad semester and do as much as possible whilst you’re abroad!
My favourite memories are of travelling. I have been lucky enough to travel to Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, The Netherlands and of course France whilst studying. I can honestly say I am dreading leaving this place because of the amazing friends I have made but now I have a million places to stay all over the world in Europe, America, Asia and Australia! It has been such an enriching experience which has broadened my mind so much!