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Top Four Advantages of Studying High School in Another Country Although study abroad programs are highly popular in college circles, did you know they are also available to high school students? It may be sad to leave your friends behind, but try finding a teenager who studied abroad and didn’t absolutely love it. You’ll only be frustrated! The following are some of the most common benefits you get when studying high school abroad (just the tip of the iceberg really): 1. Time and freedom are both on your side. The older we are, the more responsibilities we have in our hands. Work, spouse or partner, children – you’ll be too tied up to travel to enjoy another country for longer than a typical vacation. If life abroad has always been a dream, start building it now while you still have all the freedom in the world. High schools are often high supportive of students who want to take a year or even a summer to explore something different.
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2. Opportunities are more abundant.
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Just as your freedom dwindles with age, so do the opportunities offered by your youth. What makes exchange and study abroad programs possible is the structured education system we have today. Without such a structure to facilitate the exchange, your travel options will be limited to vacations or moving abroad later on in life on your own time. The rules of admission to foreign exchange student programs are not very strict, and the opportunity is not available to anyone who has graduated. 3. It’s much easier to learn. When we’re young, our bodies are still developing and our brains still functioning at optimum speed. That is why learning a language while you’re immersed in a foreign country, is much easier for a teenager than an older adult. Besides, considering the rapid globalization our world is going through, knowing more than one language is always an advantage when it comes to work opportunities. 4. It’s a great opportunity to improve your view of the world and your position in it. Whether we like it or not, we are at the mercy of the places and experiences we are exposed to while growing up. On the brighter side, we can change all that by the decisions we make. Each and every corner of the world works uniquely from the rest, but you won’t actually realize that you have first-hand experience. Books and even the world wide web are not adequate. Travel provides a different take on the world and its workings. If you have the opportunity to learn this while you’re young, you’ll be a step ahead of your peers in deciding what you want in your life and what really counts.