#2153 new
Hanna Spence

studying abroad

Reported by Hanna Spence | February 21st, 2018 @ 12:44 PM

Lets keep it simple and make a study abroad experience a requirement for a degree. - included in the tuition, and with programs that suit a wide range of majors. A semester or a summer REQUIRED. Economies of scale are going to make it more affordable. And according to acewriters.org writing service essay writers the global economy, culture and political reality make a first hand experience abroad an essential skill, not a luxury for gifted language learners or grand tour preppies. Isolation is no longer an option, if it ever was. Virtural reality is no substitute for the actual reality of dealing daily with a place where the unwritten rules are not the ones you already know, and meeting the challenge of being the informal ambassador for a politics that others often question. It's way past time to take William Fulbright's very bright idea to all college students, not just the elite and highest achievers.

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