Whilst you’re at college and have fewer obligations and responsibilities than later in life, you really should seize the opportunity to study abroad. This can be a life-altering experience. You get an entirely new perspective on life through traveling to different countries, experiencing new cultures and making new friends. And if you don’t take it too serious, it can be a non-stop party with your new friends.
Here is a summary of a blog post that discusses 10 of the best cities to study abroad – check out the original article for more details.
1. Paris, France
The French capital boasts an impressive selection of internationally ranked universities.
2. Sydney, Australia
This multicultural city features beaches among the most beautiful in the world and of course internationally ranked universities.
3. London, UK
This splendid capital attracts students from all around the world with fine museums and galleries, top-class restaurants and 19 internationally ranked universities.
4. Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Amsterdam is a warm welcoming city for international students who seek cheap food, speak English fluently and intend to save money by using bikes only.
5. Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona has so much to offer international students: stunning beaches, vibrant nightlife, andamazing food.
6. Berlin, Germany
Regardless of what you want to study, Berlin fits the needs of every foreign student.
7. Buenos Aires, Argentina
The education process can never be accompanied with such fun experiences anywhere else. Taking tango lessons should also be high on your “to do” list once you are here.
8. Beijing, China
Studying in Beijing demands an adventurous heart. The entirely new lifestyle and experiences will open a new frontier in your life.
9. Dublin, Ireland
If you want to study in a young multicultural city, pursuing your various interests outside of college, the capital of Ireland is your spot.
10. Florence, Italy
Florence is the right city for those who want to take themselves out of their comfort zone and be immersed in a new culture.
And Finally …
If you really enjoy your study abroad experience, you may wish to consider living and working abroad – at least for a short while.