Thousands of students each year choose to study abroad. It is a great way to explore and immerse yourself in a city or country while continuing your education. However, with so many options, it’s hard to know which location is best. To help make your decision easier, we asked our audience what they think are the best places to study abroad.
Whether you choose to study abroad in Italy, study abroad in Australia, study abroad in London, or any of the hundreds of other destinations, you will learn a lot and the experience will help prepare you for life after college. If your college doesn’t have a study abroad program, think about taking these other study abroad programs: ISA study abroad, API study abroad, CEA study abroad, AIFS study abroad.
Without further ado, below are the recommendations we received from people regarding the best places to study abroad:
How to Make the Move Abroad Easier:
The move overseas, internationally or across the country isn’t easy. Trying to pack for six months to a year in one suitcase isn’t exactly realistic so consider shipping luggage for study abroad programs directly to your dorm, apartment or house to make the move easier and less stressful. You can pack as many bags as you want and they will be waiting for you when you move in. If you decide you want to continue traveling even after the semester is over, ship whatever luggage you don’t need home and get going! Don’t let your luggage hold you back.