20 Reasons to Study Abroad

One year ago on September 24, 2016 I posted this blogpost. Little did I know what a big impact that whole experience was about to have on my life. It went by so fast and I can’t believe that it’s already been a full year! There are new students that are about to study abroad at the same manor I was, so I decided to make a list, if you’re just looking to study abroad, here are 20 reasons to do it!

1. It will change your life. 

2. You’ll gain confidence

3. You’ll meet your best friends

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4. You’ll get to visit exciting new places

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5. You’ll get to send postcards from around the world

6. You’ll get to try new foods

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7. You’ll learn about how different countries work

8. You’ll learn how an airport works

9. You’ll meet people from all over. 

10. You’ll learn that taking a train isn’t that scary and that the subways aren’t that disgusting

11. You’ll feel like more of an adult when you get back

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12. You’ll know and see things some people never will

13. Your instagram and facebook will be incredible. 

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14. You actually won’t mind going to class because you’re in a different country and you’re traveling each weekend. 

15. You will feel free. 

16. You’ll feel like you’re in a dream most of the time. 

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17. You’ll discover new favorite foods. 

18. You’ll discover new favorite clothing stores that they don’t have in the US. (like Primark) 

19. You’ll feel brand new. 

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20. You’re life will be changed. (and you won’t be able to stop telling everyone about it) 

 

If you’re thinking about studying abroad, I strongly recommend it! Make sure you do some research into classes that will transfer when you get back home. I obviously can’t stop talking about it. It’s something you really can’t put into words. Except adding a bunch of heart eye emojis to texts.

 

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Carmelfacebook says:

    I am so happy that your trip abroad was such a positive experience.We are so proud of you.

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  2. Demilade says:

    Glad you loved your time abroad. Studying abroad is definitely a wonderful experience. I’m from Nigeria but I came to the UK to study and it’s been such a great experience. You meet new things and learn about the way of life of others! xx
    Coco Bella Blog

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    1. I hope you’re enjoying your time in England! I’m so jealous I miss it so much!

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  3. You’re time abroad sounds like such an amazing experience – I’m definitely going to look into it more now! Love all of your photos!

    Heather xx
    https://www.hefafa.me.uk

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