When going abroad to work and study, you understand it won't be a chill-out. It's a big step out of your comfort zone: no family and friends nearby, alien environment, cultural and language barriers, and the ugly feeling of most non-natives that they have to prove themselves all the time.
You have probably heard that around 60% of companies consider that students who studied abroad are a better fit for the position. Moreover, around the same number of employers trust young people with such a background with more responsibilities.
When you're studying abroad, there are lots of things to be careful about. You're careful who you hang out with, you're trying to see as many sights as possible and learn as much as possible while you're there. You have to become the master of budgeting, too. Before you get to those worries, you have a more important one on your mind: what program do you choose? There are few things to consider:
- Does that course fit into your vision for the future?
- Will it be useful in the country where you intend to work?
- Will it be fun?
- And, finally: is it the right choice for you?
- We'll give you 6 simple tips that help you choose the right course for your studies abroad.
Manchester is England's dynamic northwestern capital.During the 1980s the city transformed itself from a former manufacturing base into the epicentre of the United Kingdom's 'house music' scene, driven by the legendary 'Haçienda Club'. Although that venue is long closed, the party vibe remains ensuring that the city is a highly popular place to study.