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10 reasons why studying abroad in Asia is worth it

Although studying abroad is always worthwhile, it matters more and more where you go. Here are just a few of the many benefits that studying abroad in Asia can bring:

1. Learn to be independent

Have you ever lived in another country? If not, this your chance to take the leap and challenge yourself. Living in a country that’s completely different from your own will teach you skills needed to live an independent life. You will find new sides of yourself that you wouldn’t have discovered if hadn’t stepped out of your comfort zone. If you can make it in Asia, you can make it anywhere.

2. Become a sought-after Asia expert

Due to the increasingly important political and economic role of Asia, many employers value Asia-related knowledge and expertise. According to the report by PricewaterhouseCoopers (02/2017), China will be the most powerful economy by 2030, and on the top 25 list are also Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.

By gaining personal knowledge and experience of this emerging center of economic gravity you can future-proof your CV and stand out from other applicants. Studying in Asia is a solid investment in your career.

3. Language skills

Having the basic conversational skills in a more exotic language makes a statement: you’re willing and able to learn niche skills and develop your portfolio creatively and ambitiously.

Even if you don’t learn a completely new language aboard, improving your existing English language skills will become extremely useful to you. Being able to communicate confidently in English and give presentations in a foreign language is something you’ll need regardless of your future career path. Comprehensive, polished and confident language skills never go out of style when interviewing for a job.

4. Networking

During your time abroad, you have the chance to make many new friends among both locals and other international students. Some of those relationships can blossom into lifelong friendships. These relationships can enrich both your personal and professional life.

You will never know how the contacts you have made can help you in the future, from finding a place to stay when visiting a foreign country to even landing a job.

5. Cultivate 21st century skills

The American non-profit organization Partnership for 21st Century Learning has identified 4 skills that are most needed in 21st century education: critical thinking, collaboration, communication and creativity. All those skills can be learnt by living and studying abroad, especially in a culture very different from your own.

You will be presented with many obstacles during you day to day life, but with some creative thinking and cooperation with others you’re sure to tackle all of them. At the end of your study abroad period, you have mastered all the skills need to thrive in this millennium.

6. Affordability

The living costs in Asia are generally considerably lower than in Europe or the US. You can feel abundant even on a student budget. This can be proved, for example, by the Big Mac index which measures the purchasing power parity between two currencies by comparing the prices of a McDonald’s’ Big Mac burger in each country.

In all of our destination countries, a Big Mac is cheaper than the US or European one. So don’t worry, you can enjoy your time abroad without breaking your piggy bank.

7. Experience the rich and diverse cultures

Asia has rich and diverse cultures and immersing yourself in them is a life-changing experience. Whether it is architecture, art of food, Asian cultures are always awe-inspiring.

You won’t run out of sights to see or an attraction to experience in Asia, because you never know what you might find on the next street corner.

If you embrace the foreign culture and its habits with open arms, you can find a completely new way of living.

8. It looks good on your resume

All the skills you have learned abroad will also interest your future employers. According to the biggest-ever survey on the subject, the QS Global Employer Survey Report, 6 out of 10 employers around the world give extra credit for an international student experience, and more than 80% said they actively sought graduates who had studied abroad.

It also matters where you go: employers seem to look favorably on the adventurous students. The more the culture of the destination country differs from your own, the more you will be able to learn, grow and demonstrate your capacity to adapt and be flexible.This is why studying in Asia is often the best choice for your career, especially for students from Western countries.

9. Experience the quality of Asian education systems

One of the most important variables behind the miracle of the speed of growth and recovery in the Asian economies is the quality of education.

The goal of education in Asia is to equip people to become productive members of their given societies as well as equip the students with the skills and mentality to be able to successfully compete against the masses of other applicants.

Asian students and schools receive continuously top marks in international rankings. Our carefully selected partner universities are all among the top universities in their respective countries.

10. Some of the best places to travel around

Asia is a dream come true for an adventurer. There are countless places to explore and exotic islands to discover. Travelling inside Asia is cheap and distances are not long.

This means that whichever country you are staying in, traveling to other parts of Asia is easy. You’ll get the opportunity to see discover all of this exciting continent in just one semester and gather enough stories for a lifetime.

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