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What’s the hardest part about studying abroad and how can a student better prepare his/herself?

I am an American preparing to study at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland for four years and would just like to know some of the unexpected difficulties of studying abroad along with some suggestions to avoid any mishaps. #study-abroad #ireland #living-abroad #university-abroad #ireland-

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If I work in a medical career in another country, what are the regulations I need to follow?

If I become certified with IJCAHPO (International Joint Commission on Allied Health Professionals in Ophthalmology) after graduating with my Associates, I can pretty much find a career in another country. If there is anyone working abroad or internationally in the medical field, I am interested in knowing what rules or regulations I must follow in order to live and work in another country. #international-law #hospital-and-health-care #healthcare #medical-careers #medicine #ophthalmology #living-abroad #working-abroad

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What are some college courses to consider for working abroad?

My dream is to travel the world, but I obviously need a good source of income in order to do that. Writing/editing has always interested me, and so a career doing something similar to that would be great. However, I'm very open to other ideas: I've heard #web-design and #transcriptionist have moderatly flexible schedules, and many #work-from-home. But aside from those, is there any other options that would enable me to fulfil my wanderlust dreams? Which general degrees or courses would be the best for me to work towards that would help me in landing jobs where I could #travel ? #online-media #online #online-advertising #online-marketing #what-should-i-do-in-school-that-will-help-me-get-the-job-i-want #traveling #job-search #working-abroad #living-abroad

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Experience on studying abroad

I am due to graduate this summer of 2017 (hopefully!) and I am considering a masters. I have stayed at a local university to complete my degree and have been considering studying abroad for my masters. I am considering Germany or Spain and I am from England. I was wondering if anyone could share their experience on studying abroad and if you enjoyed it and just how you found it in general. Was it hard to handle? Was adapting to culture hard? Is the language barrier troublesome? Is it hard being so far away from home for a long time? Thanks in advance! #travel #study-abroad #masters-degree #traveling #living-abroad #graduating

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What are the merits of studying abroad?

I am a second year student in college, and I was thinking about studying abroad after one of my friends told me she was planning on doing so the next year. I would love to find out more information about the program, but I'm not sure if it is the right decision. Are their specific majors that benefit more from participating in the studying abroad program, or majors that shouldn't? What kind of experience do you get from it? #college #college-major #international #study-abroad #working-abroad #living-abroad

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What is it like to pursue a teaching career in another country?

I am a high school student currently interested in taking up education as a future career. It was a difficult choice to pick this career path because although I always wanted to be a teacher, my father refuses to allow me to take up a low-paying job. I decided to look into teaching outside of the United States because my work could potentially reach out to many more people and have a greater effect in a country where few have educational opportunities. As working abroad may have a more powerful message than working in the States, this could help me succeed in changing my father's mind. This is because although I won't make a lot of money, I will be changing the world, one student at a time. I would like to know how taxing it is financially, physically, mentally, spiritually, etc. to work as a teacher in another country. I plan on working with an international teaching program, like EPIK (English Program In Korea), but am interested in other programs that could put you anywhere in the world. How challenging is it to live and work abroad as a teacher? #career #teaching #student #travel #international #working-abroad #living-abroad #international-career

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Which is better option for study in canada engineering 1=>Doing ADVANCE DIPLOMA AND GETTING PR(5yrs)..(less expensive)2=>Complete bachlor in indian(4yrs) and doing MASTERs IN CANADA(little expensive)

Which is better option for study in canada engineering 1=>Doing ADVANCE DIPLOMA AND GETTING PR(5yrs)..(less expensive)2=>Complete bachlor in indian(4yrs) and doing MASTERs IN CANADA(little expensive) #career #career-counseling #software-engineering #study-abroad #foreign-languages #canada-university #working-abroad #living-abroad

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How can I take meaningful trips abroad for experience on a budget?

Travelling abroad is experience that is well liked by recruiters right? #travel #study-abroad #hiring #living-abroad

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