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Nothing compares to the study abroad experience. Students who have studied in a foreign country come back to Hamline with a new outlook on the world, as well as an increased understanding of who they are and what they want out of life. Your experience abroad will challenge your beliefs and values, help you embrace different viewpoints, and encourage you to see your own culture from a new perspective.
Studying abroad is undoubtedly the best way to learn about a new culture and language. And it can help you to develop skills and friendships that no classroom setting will ever provide. Although being immersed in an unknown setting can be intimidating at first, students report that it is also exciting because it gives them the opportunity to discover their own abilities, explore the world, and solve problems on their own.
And don’t forget about the professional and financial perks a study abroad experience can bring. As the world becomes increasingly globalized, more employers are looking for candidates who have experience abroad because they can bring their unique skills and abilities to any new task. Did you know that only 4% of U.S. undergrads study abroad? Joining this elite group of students is bound to strengthen your resume and expand your employment opportunities.
“I enjoyed Cologne Business School. I was inspired by the many people my age who were running their own businesses and how well everyone balanced work and life.”- Moses Jame ‘12
“In Chile, I found home in an unexpected place surrounded by new people and a different culture while also learning the Spanish language.”- Cami Gysland ‘12
“Going to South Africa was a way to do something different and to experience the World Cup.”- Margit Nellis ‘13
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