The pros and cons of studying abroad

 The pros and cons of studying abroad

Studying abroad is not as rosy as some expect, and if you think that your life will be beautiful and easy
all you do in it is sleep, go on tourist trips and get a university degree with high grades, let me tell you that you are wrong.
Since everything in this life has a positive and negative side, studying abroad also has many positives and negatives 

pros and cons
pros and cons of studying abroad

so what is it?

Positive: making new friends

If you are studying at an Australian university, for example, during your studies you will meet students from East Asia, Arab countries, Latin America, and Western Europe.

Making friends from different cultural backgrounds will open up great horizons for you, which may help you in one way or another in building your future career.

Negative: loneliness

Every international student will feel lonely at some point, will miss his family on special occasions and religious holidays, will want to share with his family and childhood friends his beautiful moments and good results.
It will be a long time before he can come to terms with this situation.

Positive: Wider study options

When you move to study in one of the leading countries in the field of education, such as America, Britain, Australia, or Canada. You will find yourself in front of a very wide choice of study programs and majors that you may not find in other countries.

Negative: tuition and living costs

What worries international students and their families most when moving to study abroad is the financial costs, and no matter how skilled you are in managing your expenses, you will face many problems in managing and managing the funds allocated for housing and living, in addition to the exorbitant study costs if you go to western America or Britain, for example. .


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