Where should you study abroad?
Studying abroad is an amazing experience! But where in the world should you study?
Now, really. What's your number 1 reason to study abroad?
I'd rather live on a...
Regarding food, I...
Are you cool with extreme weather?
Spending money while studying abroad:
So you are sitting in a class and have near you people from all countries, cultures, religions, colors, accents... You feel...
It's a perfect Sunday morning. You...
I feel great when people around me are...
Spending a free evening
How much personal space do you need?
How do you like commuting?
You will love the combination of new and old. You'll enjoy the traditional teaching and learning methods and classics, with the combination of a young, international community. You will love the history behind your surroundings, but at the same time moving forward. Especially if forward is the way to the local bar.
You love the combination of old and new. West and East. You will enjoy the diverse cultural opportunities in Israel, the warm people and warm weather. You may fall in love with the rich heritage combined with all the luxuries of Western lifestyle - nightlife, good food and culture. You may even find yourself starting a blog detailing your experiences!
Isn't Brazil just the perfect combination for you? Beautiful beaches, samba, soccer (football) stars, combined with higher education in an emerging global power. In Brazil, you will feel at home very quickly. With many other international students and the well known welcoming smiles of local Brazilians!
You will fit in very well in Berlin. Germany has a superb education system that is well known around the world. It also has a vibrant and very affordable student culture. In Berlin you can find what you are looking for: a very good education opportunity combined with a lifestyle that you can both enjoy and afford!
You are going to fall in love with The City of Lights. The people, the art, the chic of this romantic city will wake up with you every morning and go to sleep with you every night. Hemingway wrote about living in Paris that "the memory of each person who has lived in it differs from that of any other." One thing is sure though: you may have a hard time coming back to your home country, because it will probably mean getting used, again, to starting the day without those croissants and warm baguettes.
Boston is one of the intellectual capitals of the world. It has more than 50 universities, and a vibrant student community. You will enjoy learning the historical background of this city, which is the historical background of the United States as a whole. With all the buzz around - you are bound to have a great intellectual experience combined with a lot of fun!
Oh! New York! The dream of opportunities. You love life. ALL of it. The great education opportunity. The amazing cultural experience. The vibrant student life. New York is the most multicultural city in America, and you will never be the only one with an accent, or the only one who looks different. There is NOTHING you can't do in New York. And it looks like this land of infinite opportunities is exactly what you need now.
Japan has a special and unique culture - for a special and unique character like yours! It offers a superb academic environment and a peek into the cultural and academic bases that enabled Japan's phenomenal industrial excellence. Japanese universities offer an entrance to this beautiful culture and will provide an experience that would be hard to forget!