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WHY STUDY ABROAD? Why studying abroad is one of the best decisions you'll ever make!
 

Summary: WHY STUDY ABROAD?
Why studying abroad is one of the best decisions you'll ever make!
Get that graduate job Did you know that UK graduates are missing out on high-flying graduate
jobs by not choosing to study abroad? International businesses are increasingly seeking graduates who
have global awareness, experience of working internationally and ease with cultural differences. Stand
out from the crowd! "One third of employers viewed a graduate with any overseas
international experience as more employable" CIHE Report: Global Horizons and the Role of
Employers
Travel the world Study abroad provides the opportunity to visit places you've only dreamed about!
Living in an entirely different region of the world puts so many different experiences within your reach.
"Travelling to so many different countries...has made me more culturally aware and more
open-minded" Simardeep Singh, studied abroad at the Malaysia Campus
Expand your brain Study abroad gives you the opportunity to break out of your academic routine.
You can study at a leading university abroad with experts in your subject, taking modules that may
well not be available at Nottingham and discovering new academic interests.
International friendships Study abroad offers you the opportunity to make lifelong friends
from around the world. You will meet not only local students from your host country, but also other
international students who are as far from home as yourself. Just think of the future travel possibilities!
"We've had a great time and made friends with some awesome Chinese and other
international students" Stuart Muress, studied abroad at the China campus

  

Source: Aickelin, Uwe - School of Computer Science, University of Nottingham

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences