Students who study in other countries gain work-related skills that can help them be more successful in their careers, said panelists at the Generation Study Abroad IIE Summit 2017, held recently in Washington, D.C.
Living and going to school or college abroad develops soft skills that make students better equipped to deal with foreign colleagues and to be more flexible if they eventually work in another country. …read more

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