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Why study abroad?


Check out our blog post here for the best reasons to study abroad!
There are so many other reasons for studying abroad that we couldn't fit them all on one page, so here are some of our top reasons:
  1. Increase your employability - Employers value the numerous skills gained through studying abroad which gives you the edge to stand out against other candidates when applying for jobs.
  2. You can travel and explore new places which you otherwise would never be able to travel to, from breathtaking Hong Kong to sunny Arizona!
  3. You will make new friends from all over the world - You will be studying with people from different cultures and have the opportunity to develop your intercultural skills. 
  4. Develop your personal skills - You'll be thrown into brand new situations which will allow you to develop your self confidence, independence and all other transferable skills.
  5. Experience new cultures, traditions and customs, whether its Spring Break in the USA or San Juan in Barcelona.
  6. You'll be able to gain a new international perspective on your studies, and have the chance to study at some of the worlds top institutions in their field.
  7. Improve or gain new language skills - practice your French in Lille or you could learn a new language in a non-English speaking country whilst studying your programme in English. You could even learn at Roehampton before you go!
  8.  You'll have the experience of a life time whilst incorporating your studies. You could learn to scuba dive in Australia, explore the Appalachian National Scenic Trail in the USA, or go Samba dancing in Brazil.
For even more reasons, check out Global Graduates’ 100 reasons to study abroad! 

If you're wondering about the impact studying abroad will have on your professional future, check out this blog post written by Fraser Deas on 
The value of Outward Mobility through the lens of young professionals and recruiters.
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