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Top 4 Reasons to Study High School Abroad Study abroad programs may be completely popular among college students, but did you know high school students can also sign up for them? If you think leaving your friends is sad, try finding one teenage student who studied abroad and didn’t love all of it. You’ll only be frustrated! Below are the most common advantages of studying high school abroad (and this is only the tip of the iceberg): 1. You have all the time and energy for it. The older we are, the more responsibilities we have in our hands. Your work, spouse or partner, kids – it will be almost impossible to travel and be enriched by another country beyond what a typical holiday allows. If you’ve always dreamt of living abroad, start preparing now while you still have the freedom you need. High schools are usually very encouraging when it comes to students who want to take a year or even just a summer to try something new.
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2. There are more opportunities.
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Not just your freedom dwindles with age, but the opportunities as well that come with youth. Exchange and study abroad programs are only possible because of the structured education system Implemented in schools around the world. Without such a structure to facilitate the exchange, your travel options will be limited to vacations or moving abroad later on in life on your own time. Foreign exchange student programs are fairly easy to be accepted into and are no longer available to after graduation. 3. It’s much easier to learn. In youth, our bodies continue to develop and our brains work at ideal speeds. That is the reason you learn a language far easier and faster as a teenager immersed in a foreign country, than as an older person. Besides, with globalization at hand, being adept at more than one language is always an edge when you talk about work opportunities. 4. It’s a perfect opportunity to gain a better perspective of the world and where you are in it. Whether we like it or not, we are at the mercy of the places and experiences we are exposed to while growing up. On the brighter side, we can change all that by the decisions we make. Each and every corner of the world works uniquely from the rest, but you won’t actually realize that you have first-hand experience. Books and even the world wide web are not adequate. Travel offers people a different view of the world in action and what is important. If you can learn this while you’re young, you’ll be well ahead of your peers in realizing what really matters and what you want in life.