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Pros and cons of studying abroad.

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Nguyen Ly

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In modern times, thanks to globalization, going overseas for further education has become an exciting prospect for many people, particularly students. This is partly because they are affluent or earned a various range of grants and scholarships offered for students, hence, opening the way to get access to foreign schools.
On the one hand, the opportunity to study abroad has noteworthy positive effects. The most outstanding advantage is that overseas education allows people to learn new cultures, which makes them more valuable in this increasingly globalized world. Clearly, they tend to be proficient in particular languages and acknowledge other cultures for the sake of adaptability to new environments. Learning in distant countries brings the offer of further lessons than any of local schools and novel facilities, thus, gaining more encouragement to make progress. Owing to well-informed education, international qualifications would enhance employment chances for post-graduates, which makes individuals more appealing to the employers, resulting in pursuing a high-paid profession.
On the other hand, studying in faraway countries comes along with difficulties in finance and mental health. Obviously, anyone who studies far away has to leave their beloved families, which causes them homesick and unfamiliar with their new lifestyle. In some cases, because of culture shock and language barrier, people may become a victim of bullying. Eventually, students who are desirable to widen their knowledge will have to struggle with a spiritual crisis and budget to live on.
In conclusion, considering the above reasons, despite the trouble people have to deal with, spending time studying in another country is a very valuable experience for young people. As such, it is the best choice a student can make.
 

englishgeek

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In modern times, thanks to globalization, going overseas for further education has become an exciting prospect for many people, particularly students(1). This is partly because they are affluent or earned a various range of grants and scholarships offered for to students, hence, opening the way to get access to foreign schools.

On the one hand, the opportunity to study abroad has noteworthy positive effects. The most outstanding advantage is that overseas education allows people to learn new cultures, which makes them more valuable in this increasingly globalized world. Clearly, they tend to be proficient in particular languages and acknowledge other cultures for the sake of adaptability to new environments. Learning in distant countries brings the offer of further lessons than any of local schools and novel facilities, thus, gaining more encouragement to make progress. Owing to well-informed education, international qualifications would enhance employment chances for post-graduates, which makes individuals more appealing to the employers, resulting in pursuing a high-paid profession.

On the other hand, studying in faraway countries comes along with difficulties in finance and mental health. Obviously, anyone who studies far away has to leave their beloved families, which causes makes them homesick and unfamiliar with their new lifestyle. In some cases, because of culture shock and the language barrier, people may become a victim of bullying. Eventually, students who are desirable to widen their knowledge will have to struggle with a spiritual crisis and budget to live on.

In conclusion, considering the above reasons, despite the trouble people have to deal with, spending time studying in another country is a very valuable experience for young people. As such, it is the best choice a student can make.

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First off, welcome to the forum!

(1) It's kind of strange to say 'particularly students' when you are already talking about education. You could say, "studying abroad is popular now with younger people".

Good job. Make sure to include paragraphs in your writing.