Many students choose to attend schools or universities outside their home countries. Why do some students study abroad? Use specific reasons and details to explain your answer.
What do you say if someone asks you whether you want to have better life conditions or not? Probably you would say; yes. It is the same reason why students want to study abroad.
Generally speaking, all the students want to advance themselves with recognizing different cultures, because the more you know, the stronger character you have. For example, if you live and study in the different cultures and different places, it is for sure that you would be stronger and better in solving problems. In addition to this you would be ready for every kind of daily life situations.
Furthermore, they are looking for business opportunities in other countries. I have some friends who went US to study a couple of years ago. While they were studying their subjects they realized that towels which are used by Americans are different than Turkish towels. Thus, they decided to sell Turkish towel to Americans. Now they have good working business.
In addition to these, some students prefer other countries due to their subject. For example a student whose subject is architecture may choose to study in Italy, where is famous with its architecture. Also, some student may prefer US for business administration or related subjects.
At last, international companies generally hire employees who can speak foreign language which is the first golden rule to find a job in international companies. If a student can speak a foreign language like native; this may be its biggest advantage to find a good job.
In conclusion there are a lot of reasons to study abroad. Totally they are all about advancing the character and foreign languages. In addition to this, some students look for some business opportunities. At last, I can say that students want to study abroad to have better life conditions and they want other people show respect to their careers.
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