It's graduation season and some of you may be planning on studying abroad next semester, but what country should you study in? John Iadarola and Hannah Cranston discuss the best countries to study abroad in. If you've studied abroad tell us about your experience in the comments below.
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Trump’s your problem with America? If you don’t like it, get out! Trumps the first nationalist president we’ve had in a good while and thank god for it. If you don’t like it why don’t you spend some time in a globalist country? Actually speak to the people, listen to what they have to say.
+anaya kapoor If you're looking to be an entrepreneur, then the US is a good place to learn how to do that. Capitalism is so embetted into their culture. If you went to Cali, and worked your ass off, while keeping an open mind. You'll get rich. That's how it works there. It is high stakes though - some people chase the "American Dream," expecting get their piece of the pie, but aren't willing to work hard for it. People who won't work hard or take initiative often end up living pay-check to pay-check.
+Ethan Downs yes honestly I am very much looking to flirt and enjoy life as I have gone through a lot heartbreaks and down calls for once I want to enjoy my life and also work hard. I would be interested in doing an entrepreneurial courses in la if possible. Does the uc school provide any entrepreneurial courses. The other places you mentioned do they also provide entrepreneurial courses. Please send me your email address will chat with you later as I am going for work now.
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+anaya kapoor Yea for the USA, you'll find plenty of beach-goers in Florida, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Southern California. The best university for you will largely rely on what you want to study. The #1 school for computer programming isn't the same school as the #1 for Music Composition, ya know? If you're really looking at LA, then there are some fantastic schools like UCLA, which is a great school in a lot of subjects. Cali is among the most expensive places to live in the whole country though. Puerto Rico has nice American beaches and is still pretty cheap. They speak Spanish there as much as they do English though. If you're alright with some language challenges, look abroad! Like I said, Brazil is crazy fun, but so is Greece, the Caribbean and Spain! You seem like you're looking to flirt though. :P Are you American? There are places where that alone is really attractive. lol
Free as "You have to pay nothing" it isn't .Every Student independent where he/she comes from has to pay a small "Semesterbeitrag" but this is something between 200 - 400€ (Includes often "Studententicket" (local public Transport is then free of additional charge) some cash for the AStA ( A students for Students like oranisation helps students with problems, help with legal forms, try to organise appartements for Students that didn't get one etc).
Also in germany some private universities exists where you have to pay more.
Not included in german universities are the costs for living (Appartment, ...)
I've been studying and living in Vienna, Austria for the past few years... Never happier abt a decision in my life.
It is an amazing city, living costs are reasonable. For youn pple, free cultural events and experiences all over the city, so if you're a broke student, it's the perfect place for you... Oh, it's also BEAUTIFUL!
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I need some input. With the issues going on in Europe lately with refugees, open borders, etc. is this all still true? Is Europe still a good place to go to to study abroad? Wanting to return to school but the identity politics in America is insane so trying to figure out where to go where it's not all political. Funny thing is, I'm thinking of either studying psychology or political science. Can't decide at the moment. So, any help??
Lee Shaver yes it is. The immigrant problem is overdone, if you go to college you probably won't see any immigrants because you won't be going to the same places as them. Not only that but they are people too, immigrants aren't a problem.
Higher studies in New Zealand is another prominent option that a student should consider when pursuing higher studies. Edex academy is one such institute that strives to counsel students to choose to study abroad and help them achieve admission in foreign universities..
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Yes, Spain, I wanna wake up there very early in the morning, go to a party whih is still going and flirt with some of these very drunk and tired girls. Maybe grab them by the pussy. Could be a total fun.
I got a bit mad at this because all they looked at is best university of a country and then most popular people or stereotypes. Nothing about education system, scolarchips and stuff like that. I would have watched about places to travel to if I wanted to hear about famous places and food in the country
This is a very good video that it helps me a lot about thr new places that I'm looking for studying there and tge way you guys talk it's easy and fast to understand and follow what you mentioned about ,so yes looking forward to seeing your new video
Honestly China, Taiwan or any Spanish speaking country is going to be more worth it in the end. Chinese is the most spoken language in the world, China has tourism places for days and the food. Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world and there are tons of Spanish speakers in America and everything south of America. These two places will give you experience and language learning opportunities which will only benefit you in our day in age.
"Mona Lisa behind the red ropes" *facepalm* It's named Louvre... in case miss brainiac didn't know, and according to these two, United States is great place to study because Taylor Swift lives there. This is causing my brain to swell. STOP CAUSING ME BRAIN DAMAGE.
Well I'm very satisfied with my college here in the Czech Republic, but there isn't much more that I can say about that. :) Cost of living is low, tuition probably much lower than in many other Western countries and I'd say some of the universities are pretty decent.
Is that all you fucking can say about Spain? It is the third country in the whole world with more World Heritage Sites (only behind Italy and China) and it has one of the most ancient and popular cultural backgrounds in the whole world as well, but the only thing you can actually point out is that is has 'churros, tapas and a thriving night life'. Cheers, Americans.
Honestly???? i think the reasons for choosinh these countries are pretty poor. Why didn't you use parameters like tution costs, living costs, education level etc.
i would NEVER suggest spain if you want an uni degree. if you don't work incredibly hard there you'll come home with nothing cause the uni doesn't care abput you there.
Go for the scandinavian countries, czech republic, austria, ... these are the AMAZING countries for studying abroad ;)
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