Ever since birth, learning kept us growing. Home education, nursery education, primary education and secondary education had played a great part in making us what we are today. For some of us, choices of tertiary education are more diversified but equally important, For instance, studying abroad. Therefore, let us look into the advantages and disadvantages of studying abroad.
Firstly, staying away from home will present the chance for us to do everything ourselves. For example, daily chores, meals, paying fees or even as simple as waking up on time! Especially, learning how to manage our life without parents
Besides that, going into international universities provide chances of meeting students from different countries. Through the process of mingling, we can learn a lot new foreign languages. This allowed us to be more prepared for international platforms and improve our language skill.
Furthermore, by having more international friends. Our social network broadens. Hence, the outside world is no longer foreign and we can travel around the world to work or meeting friends.
On the other hand, studying abroad also means that we will be far away from home, Far away from daddy, far away from mommy. The fear of being alone for the first time and missing the comfort of home can lead to negative effects on fresh students studying abroad.
Slide 8: On top of that, studying abroad can mean spending a lot of money, either from our parents or the government. The money could easily be equivalent to buying houses and cars. Therefore, by sending children overseas for studies might compromise the possibility of having more comfortable live.
Lastly, many students studying abroad are reluctant to return to homeland and serve their own nation. This is due to the better standards of living and facilities provided in other countries. Therefore, the ultimate sacrifice is the nation losing potential future leaders in the country. There are two sides of a...
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