Many students decide to further their studies abroad. What are the benefits and drawbacks of studying abroad? What is your view on this? What do you prefer? Give reasons for your response.

Nowadays, students choose their careers based on their interests, believing that foreign countries are better places to study than their home countries. There are both merits and demerits to this notion. However, I find this is a positive outcome due to globalization.

The first and foremost benefit of studying abroad is the improvement in the language skills of learners. It leads to an increase in the horizons of knowledge as well as the person’s social circle, which gets doubled by communicating with many international students. For instance, pupils who learn French can better understand the thoughts and feelings of others than those who only know their mother tongue.

Additionally, juveniles learn about new cultures and perspectives, which helps them to enhance their network and explore many places and can even make a choice for their future job.

Nevertheless, despite the advantages, students face homesickness when they stay far away for a long time. This has an impact on academic studies as well as physical health and well-being. Apart from this, the financial burden lies on the parents of dependent learners. Much money is required to let the kids study at foreign universities. For instance, in many foreign universities, annual fees are to be deposited in advance, which puts them out of the reach of middle-class people.

To conclude, even though studying in developed countries is an excellent option to excel in a futuristic career for those who want to pursue a full-term course that is unavailable in their homeland. Otherwise, the native land is the only place where one gets home, studies, money, and native culture.