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10 reasons to study abroad

Most graduate students abroad will tell you that the experience changed their lives forever

Deciding to step out of your comfort zone to enrol at an international university is a big step that requires a certain amount of courage but is often rewarded with a very high positive impact on both a personal and professional level.

Here are some reasons and reasons, based on our experience, of the benefits of studying abroad.

1.- Learn or perfect another language

This will not be like the English you studied at school or some official school where you were prepared for an exam.

Not only will you read, write and speak in another language in class, but everyday tasks such as shopping, watching TV, ordering in a restaurant (or even flirting!) will also be in another language. You will take your brain to another level and really become proficient in a language other than your mother tongue.

2.- Differentiate yourself in your CV

In how many job interviews do you think you will be asked about your academic stay abroad and the reasons that led to it? Yes, that’s right, all of them.

The educational experience of a person who has studied his or her degree abroad is superior to that of a person who has studied in your country. If you add to this the fact that you have studied in a prestigious educational system such as English or French, you have the perfect combo of curricular attractiveness.

You no longer need to prove that you are proactive and adaptable, your own CV will say it for you.

3.-To live a unique and unforgettable experience

“Travelling is the most intense way to learn,” Kevin Kelly;

Beyond the academic experience, the personal growth you will face due to a new environment with so many new stimuli will allow you to change and evolve your mental models and become an open-minded and adaptable person. To experience something like this is a treasure from the point of view of the development of the whole person.

In addition, travelling abroad and not knowing many people initially can increase your communication and social skills.

4.- Create a global network of contacts

You will meet a social group that will have similar interests and concerns to yours. This will allow you to generate a network of contacts of future global professionals to learn from, partner with, etc. An advantage you would never have if you studied in your home town.

5.- Get to know another culture

The way we see things is not necessarily the only or best way to see life. Meeting people from other cultures, especially living in a different country, will allow you to enjoy and analyse the world with different eyes as well. This will even allow you to look at your own culture with a different perspective.

You will learn to be tolerant of other people’s cultural needs and ways of thinking.

6.- Study and learn in a different way

Studying abroad brings with it the experience of new educational methodologies.

Teaching systems, assessment criteria and systems or the style of communication between students and teachers change according to the country you are in. These changes help open your mind to new ways of learning and enrich your educational process.

7.- Become an international professional

With a foreign education, thanks to the mastery of new languages, employment opportunities increase exponentially in geographical terms.

At Bancy Education we offer you the opportunity to study in England or France, both countries with a very high level of professional development and very low levels of unemployment. Also, mastering English and/or French opens doors to third countries such as Switzerland, Luxembourg, Canada, the United States, Sweden, Australia, New Zealand… The world at your feet!

It will also give you a great competitive advantage to be able to work in international business in Spain, given your linguistic and global potential.

8.- Develop a global mindset

Related to the previous point, living and learning in foreign countries develops the ability to generate a new global mindset, whether academically, professionally or socially.

9.- Value your land, your home and your family

No, it is not a contradiction. On the one hand, the fact of living away from your homeland and your family circle will allow you to enjoy the new possibilities of the new environment in which you are adapting. But it will also give you an even greater appreciation of the value of your home, your family and your roots.

Your land will still be your land, but you will learn to see it with more beautiful eyes.

10.- Opportunity for personal growth

Changing circumstances and people, changing routines and habits as well as new experiences are the things that give life its mojo. Growth happens outside the comfort zone!

Most graduate students abroad will tell you that the experience changed their lives forever

Deciding to step out of your comfort zone to enrol at an international university is a big step that requires a certain amount of courage but is often rewarded with a very high positive impact on both a personal and professional level.

Here are some reasons and reasons, based on our experience, of the benefits of studying abroad.