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"Students have always gone to study abroad...but there does seem to be more of an interest amongst the young recently. An obvious reason for the increase is probably down to the rise in tuition fees, but this is probably not the only reason....."
        
"Some of the advantages of becoming an international student include developing languages, taking in other cultures, travel and boosting career prospects."

The Study Abroad section of the site is about just that - the study, usually at undergraduate level, of qualifications that would or could normally be studied at home. So why study broad? You can see a fuller article (see link on left of page) about why students are looking to go to universities in Europe and study in Holland and Germany as well as further a field e.g. Australia and of course the US. In fact benefits of studying abroad are quite extensive.

Some of the advantages of becoming an international student include developing languages, taking in other cultures, travel and boosting career prospects. One of the most popular areas to consider is the US. It has some of the best universities in the world in the form of its Ivy League universities. See the article by Jason Smith from UES who explains in more detail about the process of applying abroad to US colleges.

Study abroad and meet new friends?

Go ahead and check out our list of organisations that can help you plan your study in Europe or further afield. So whether it be postgraduate study in France (where some institutions are planning to offer courses in English) or looking for help with determining US university rankings, you will find an organisation to help you.

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"A recent survey by the British Council found that an increasing number of UK based students were considering study overseas as an option than a year ago (2014), 37% as opposed to only 20% last year. Although figures will vary from year to year, there does seem to be an increase in this approach to study."

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