Studying abroad is one of the surest ways through which you can travel out. You get to visit and live in a different country. The best part is that you also get the opportunity to visit other countries. For example, if you are studying in Philippines, you have the opportunity to visit other countries like Malaysia or China. During the holidays or weekends, you can use your students discount card to get cheaper travel costs, and you can zoom off to a neighboring country.
Studying abroad exposes an African student to a whole lot of other experiences. If you are the type that believes in culture superiority, I assure you that studying abroad will change the way you see other people’s cultures and way of life. You become independent as well. This is a sure path to self-discovery, self-reliance and self-development. You are all by yourself and as such, you have to look out for yourself, by yourself. You gain life experience in this process.
You get to mix with other international students from different parts of the world. You make international friends, learn about their culture, thought process, beliefs, ideas, tradition, challenges, and so much more. You can use these connections to visit other parts of the world where your friends are from. If you are smart enough, you can also make professional connections such that when you graduate and probably return home, you can apply for a work visa to go back and work in this country.
With international certificates, there are always greater career opportunities out there, both home and abroad. Your CV looks so much better when you have international experience. As an international student, you are also more appealing to international employers. You can apply for work visas in highly developed countries and you will be granted one.
In the University of Perpetual Help, Philippines, it is possible to be a professional pilot within two months of study and a commercial pilot within one year of study. Also, as a medicine student, you can sit for USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand board exams in the Philippines and become a practicing medical professional in these countries.
Not always the case but most of the time, the city or country where you decide to school will have other languages that are different from your native or country language. A Kenyan student from the Kikuyu tribe (who speaks Kikuyu very well) can get to learn the Tagalog or Cebuano language when you study in the Philippines. It is always an interesting experience, full of fun!
The teaching methods, the classrooms, the environment, the resources, the equipment and facilities. Studying abroad also make it possible to go to school in locations known as a leading global hub in you field of interest. For example, a computer engineering student would love to school in MIT, Cambridge, US. In the same way, a student of Aeronautics would love to go to the University of Perpetual Help, College of Aviation, Philippines.
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