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    as these mission opportunities are, studying abroad as a volunteer can be even more lifechanging. Meeting someone in their surroundings and working beside them to help them obtain a better quality of life…

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    it holds. I became very fascinated with traveling and studying abroad when I was in Middle School. My grandparents are avid travelers and have gone to almost every continent and stayed for months at a time. In middle school, was the first time that I vividly remember hearing about one of my Grandparents trips, when they went to Peru. My grandmother took thousands of pictures, and while she was there she volunteered in local schools, and really embraced the culture of Peru. My grandparents a…

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    Today, the record number of students studies abroad all over the world. More and more young adults try to spend some time in different countries during their college years. There are many obvious reasons to do so. However, some still afraid to take such a huge step. LR helps students to understand all the privileges of exploring the world through the office of international education. So what, to go or not to go? According to the International Organisation for Economic Co-operation and…

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    After attending the Education Abroad Fair I was surprised at all of the opportunities the University and other organizations offered to the students. Traveling abroad to further my education has been something I have looked forward to doing since I first began looking at colleges. I am glad to have went to the fair to gain basic knowledge and have a starting point to figuring out how and where I will study abroad. It is important to me that my education is broader than this state or nation.…

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    I. Introduction Attention getter statement: Who wants to lead an exciting life full of adventure and novelty? I’m assuming that is everyone, right. Now, can I get a raise of hands from anyone that would like to do this by traveling sometime in the future? Credibility Statement: Like many of you, I’ve always wanted to travel—and I’m happy to say that I’ve finally taken the initiative to make it happen. I’m signed up to study abroad next semester in Madrid, Spain. The process of signing up…

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    content of this study abroad program relate to your future academic and professional goals? (300 word maximum) With this study abroad program I plan to further my understanding and knowledge in the management field. I am undoubtedly interested in management and one day I plan to open and run my own gym. On this study abroad trip, I believe being in a hands on learning environment that I will get the best information I can about management. During my life, I definitely want to travel and…

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    Studying abroad is an interesting and controversial topic among college students. Some may ask what is studying abroad? Studying abroad is a chance to travel the world and see the places that one desires to see, while also taking classes at a nearby college. Most of the classes offered in the studying abroad programs are offered at the local colleges in that area as well. Depending on the program the student chooses, they may have the option of staying in a dorm at the perspective college, or…

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    To promote the Gilman Scholarship and international education, I would like to visit my old high school and give a presentation to inform students interested in learning a foreign language on what it’s like to study abroad. In order to do so, during my time in China, I will take many pictures and recollect memories that could inspire students to ignore the challenges of learning a new language from scratches and motivating them to adventure the world and the many opportunities given to the ones…

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    At the University of Maryland around 2,000 students study abroad every year. The study had 242 participants from the university. The article, “How Does Study Abroad Affect a Student 's View of Professional Life?” analyzes the feelings of students about work and education after engaging with other cultures abroad. The purpose of the data was to cross-examine the cultural differences with the various host countries and professional work settings. The longer students were abroad, the more important…

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    We get discouraged comparing our present lives to theirs when it’s imperative to trust your own journey. Everyone starts somewhere! 6. If a student wasn’t sure about taking the time to study abroad or take a gap year, or someone was trying to decide to take the leap to travel, what would you say to persuade him or her to go for it? Studying abroad or taking a gap year will help you discover yourself and your passions. It will also give you a chance to develop yourself personally and…

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