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Study abroad leads to the development of more than a dozen hard and soft skills

Over 70% of people interviewed felt their time abroad had improved their skills at numerous soft skills and roughly 50% felt that their study abroad positively contributed to them landing their current jobs.
News | November 5, 2019
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The evidence continues pouring in on the benefits of studying abroad. The Institute of International Education, a non-profit that works with policymakers and educators around the world, conducted surveys asked 4500 individuals who had studied abroad how they felt the experience impacted their professional development. Over 70% of people interviewed felt their time abroad had improved their skills at numerous soft skills and roughly 50% felt that their study abroad positively contributed to them landing their current jobs. Read more about it here.

Well, there we have it, there are numerous benefits to studying abroad that are going to make you stand out from the crowd. Why wait? Talk to a BlueSky Representative today to find out what studying abroad can do for you.