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Transcript of Study Abroad
Beef up your facebook!
Money is not an obstacle
Kansas State University
Ever wanted to live and work overseas? Studying abroad is a fantastic opportunity to meet future employers!
...Or perhaps not as big of an obstacle as many think! Many universities outside of the United States have much lower tuition rates. Also, Kansas State offer great financial support opportunities!
KState has so many options to choose from when it comes to studying abroad. Decide for yourself what an appropriate challenge is, take a leap of faith, and discover yourself!
Ever wondered where you can get amazing pictures for your cover photo album on facebook? Here's a clue...study abroad in Europe!
Challenge your independence!
Reevaluate your morals!
I was completely caught off guard by how many personal questions I was asked regarding religion and political beliefs. I learned very quickly that I needed to know how to explain my beliefs to others.
Avoid the winter!
Tired of the winter months here in Kansas? Go to a country in the southern hemisphere and enjoy two summers!
Add flavor to your resume!
Spice up your resume with your travel abroad experience. You will be the edge that employers are looking for!
Return home and help others to make a decision that will impact their life!
Learn a new language!
You'll be surprised at how naturally it comes after only two weeks of immersion!
Memories to last a lifetime
Even four months later there is hardly a day that goes by that I don't think about my time abroad. My experience has enriched me in so many ways and it is only going to continue to do so.
"Not all those who wander are lost." – J. R. R. Tolkien
b y: Danielle Glynn
Kansas State Study Abroad Office:
304 Fairchild Hall