Pros And Cons Of Studying Abroad

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Brendan Gazmen AM+DG Grade 12 E Ms.Mary Jill Janine S. de la paz 17 October 2014 Pros and Cons of Studying in the US “We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we 're curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” (Walt Disney) . Trying out new things is what makes people smarter and more successful ; wisdom is gained when knowledge is tested through doing and experiencing new things. Moreover, education is the main source of knowledge, and people think of it as the most crucial aspect in life which will dictate whether a person will be successful or will fail . Education starts at home, but in school children learn various things, and choosing what school to get into is a tough choice to decide for both parent and child. One choice that parents often think about is to send their children abroad, one of which is in the US, since the top schools are in America and parents think that their children have a better future there, but before that parents should think about the pros and cons first of studying there before sending their children to study in the US. Studying in the US gives students advantages, but it also have some disadvantages. There are numerous advantages of studying abroad first of which is the wide variety of courses available in every school in the states, as Fulbright stated, “ [t]here are over 4,500 US universities offering undergraduate degrees.” With this amount of degree offering
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