Lots of people study a language at some time or other. It’s like learning an instrument; many people learn to strum a few notes on the guitar or play Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star on the piano. Maybe, they do it for fun, or to fill an option in high school. It varies. One of the major reasons for studying a language is to study abroad.
Of course it is exciting to think of studying abroad, but it goes beyond sightseeing and simple adventure. There are a lot of real-world benefits to having studied abroad. Our blogs take a look at those benefits and what they could mean to you.
In our blogs in this section, we take a look at scholarships and what kinds of exams each scholarship requires an applicant to sit for. This is really good info that is difficult to find in one place. In another blog, we blog about getting a student visa in the United States: what the requirements are and what exams are needed. Also, there is a blog about the impact of studying abroad on your resume, and how you can draw attention to time spent studying abroad when applying for a job.
We’ve put together some really good stuff for you here that would take a lot of searching to find online. Give the blogs a look over and get some insight about studying abroad.