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16 People Share Their #StudyAbroadBecause Reasons

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As I was checking Twitter I noticed my timeline was taken over by #StudyAbroadBecause. Set up by Air BnB and The White House to promote studying abroad … but the reasons are international and if you are doubting about doing a semester abroad let these encouragements convince you.

Have you been abroad? What were your reasons?

6 thoughts on “16 People Share Their #StudyAbroadBecause Reasons

  1. Raza

    Interesting post! I love all these reasons – especially illuminating your book education. We are constantly seeing pictures and videos of places in the world, but actually getting out there is an entirely different feeling!

    Raza from http://www.thetravelixir.com

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  2. Marianne

    I love this! I’m not sure why, but I feel a special connection with London, and I would love to study there, or maybe in Stockholm or Copenhagen. I would absolutely LOVE studying in pretty much any foreign country, actually, because it does look like an amazing cultural experience, and both my parents studied abroad and it changed their lives. I love this post so much πŸ™‚

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  3. Rianne

    I studied abroad and it was awesome! I’d definitely recommend to study abroad when you get the opportunity πŸ™‚

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  4. Sabine @ thetravellingchilli

    Great hashtag!! After I studied abroad once I just thought it was not enough. I waited for my graduation and went abroad again for another semester. After a few years, I started working abroad. Anyway, it makes you want more, you meet very interesting people and above all, you’ll learn to speak new languages!!

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  5. Jess

    Nice post! I studied abroad and it was really hard.. But I learned so much about myself and what I’m capable of. I wouldn’t know that if I hadn’t have been tested. πŸ™‚ Jess

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