How Studying Abroad Helps you Launch your Career

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Studying abroad is an exciting prospect, which is full of new places, people and adventures and a completely unfamiliar land.

But what if you’re more strategic in your decision to study abroad? Achieving that graduate job is a worthy goal to have in mind and study abroad experience can prove crucial to your future career. 

If you are planning to move across continents for your study abroad, the process of adapting to unfamiliar social, cultural and professional environments could make the key difference in your future profession.

 

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  • Becoming more independent :-

When you go away from your home country, you would leave a lot of support systems that you always relied on consciously or subconsciously. And at your study destination you would be forced to solve all the problems by yourself. Whether it’s figuring out how to sign up for classes when your new university’s registration system crashes, or registering with a local doctor, to making a meal from scratch without familiar ingredients. You’ll be constantly forced to take the initiative and solve problems.

This newly developed attitude will help you in your new job when you would be asked to finish a task independently and will allow you to prove your confidence in your abilities.

  • Language and Culture :-

Having an opportunity to live in a foreign country and perfecting another language are some of the biggest merits of studying abroad, particularly if you’re from the east and studying in the west. Companies are more interested in employing candidates who are familiar with both eastern and western culture and language.

English is the main trading language of the world, and being able to speak English can really make the difference when employers are short-listing for jobs. It might be unfair that command of a language can have such a huge effect on your potential success in business, but that’s the way it is and – as the English say – if you can’t beat them, join them. Cultural knowledge is something that can be underestimated by many students and professionals, but is nevertheless immensely important to businesses.

  • Better Employability :-

It is well known that studying abroad is great for graduate employability. From gaining fluency in a foreign language or earning a specialized qualification, to mastering soft skills, your decision to study abroad will definitely strengthen your resume.

You might also have an opportunity to gain practical work experience during or after your studies, depending on your visa status and the country you are studying in, you might be able to take a part-time or full-time job or internship.

  • Higher Earnings :-

Studying abroad not only helps you in finding a better job after completing your graduation but it also helps you in getting higher starting salary than those who did not study abroad. The recent surveys into earnings revealed that those who finished their studies abroad earned around $7000 more annually than those who did not go for international study.

  • New Skills :-

Career benefits for those who study abroad go beyond higher salaries and faster job placement. Those who study abroad learn new skills and have a better ability to adapt in rapidly-changing work environments and to respond to people of diverse cultural backgrounds, both of which lead to better workplace performance.

A number of studies and surveys concluded that 80% of their alumni felt that study abroad experience gave them valuable skills to survive better in the modern job market and also opened a lot of new job opportunities.

Overseas Education Consultant

We at Edwise streamline and personalize the process for each student irrespective of the destination, institution, course or any level of study. Our team of experienced professionals will provide you individual attention and exceptional guidance throughout your process of application. We provide assistance related to course selections, admission, visa, bank-loan and scholarships. We also host University delegates for direct student interaction and all these services are provided free of cost. We have established since 1991 and have been maintaining strong networks with over 575 universities in 16 countries, hence giving us a unique insight into the finest educational establishments worldwide.

Start your education overseas with valuable information on everything you need to know about studying abroad from study permits, temporary resident visas and how much it costs, to finding a program.

Do visit your nearest Edwise branch & choose your university carefully under our expert guidance and ensure that you have all your paperwork in order. Once you apply, and the wait is over, you can really begin to look forward to not only studying in a beautiful and vibrant country, but also to a life experience quite like no other.

 

Also read: 6 Tips on How Women Can Be Safe Whilst Studying Abroad

 

For complete information of Blog On Study Abroad, Studying Overseas, Overseas Education, Tips and Tricks, Articles, Resources Contact Edwise – Study Abroad Consultants, on 1-800-200-3678 (Toll Free) / 08600911333.

 

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Author: Edwise International

Edwise is the one stop solution for all your international study needs. Established in 1991, the core activity lies in assisting students to make the right choice with regard to pursuing education in overseas educational institutions. Edwise provides information regarding higher education in various countries such as UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Ireland, Switzerland, France, Malaysia, Dubai. and has a command over the education system world wide.

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