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You share your language with approximately 480 million other people around the world. Still, this is just 7 percent of the world's population! There are 6,999 remaining languages after linguists that you've ignored so far. It will take time and effort to learn one of these foreign languages, but it will definitely be worth it as it will have a positive effect on your personal, social and even professional development. Even if English is not your mother tongu


If you are looking to study abroad in a place that is both dramatically different from the United States but celebrates many aspects of American culture, Japan may offer the unique mix you are looking for. Many students today have an interest in Japanese culture, having grown up loving Hello Kitty, Pokémon, and other staples of Japanese entertainment.


Many people choose to study overseas. It is a great way to combine both study and travel, experience personal growth and undertake new challenges. Australian universities offer many great courses and degrees that are recognised world wide, and these universities are found all over the country. Once you have decided that studying overseas is for you then there are some things you should know.


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How to achieve better results Schools in Australia encourage students to think critically and be active in class. Often students are asked to speak up in discussions and bring forward their opinion. Most courses will have many interactive class discussions and group work. Don't sit back, get involved


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.