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The United States Agency for International Development, otherwise known as USAID, is a US federal government agency that's fundamentally accountable for administering civilian foreign aid to several countries around the globe.

Exciting and exotic travel. The chance to experience a completely new culture. The endless professional and personal opportunities. When it comes to studying abroad, there's no denying that a wealth of incredible benefits are yours for the taking. From exhilarating travel experiences to the opportunity to immerse yourself in a new language, it's no wonder more college students than ever before are opting to spend a life-changing semester - or even a year - abroad.

Studying abroad or overseas can be a life changing event in many peoples lives. Understanding the best way to organise your study abroad so it is a rewarding experience can be difficult for those without experience. This article provides some valuable tips for prospective international students in selecting education agents.

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The number of U.S. students studying abroad seems to be increasing significantly on an annual basis. Although there is not adequate research to understand why, the anecdotal evidence would suggest that this generation of "Millenial" students realize the primary need of understanding others that are different than themselves to achieve success in business, politics, and general global welfare.