For many, study abroad programs are a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel to a new country, become immersed in a new culture and broaden perspectives. But is this experience merely a vacation from campus or can it influence your chances of employment after graduation?
Noodle gathered results from some recent studies and found out what employers really think about study abroad. If you’re not sure how to make your study abroad experience relative in your job application, keep in mind that many employers see it as a favorable quality. From showing that you can collaborate with others to taking a step outside of your comfort zone, the benefits of studying abroad can positively impact your career later in life.
Click here to read more of what employers really think about study abroad in the full post from Noodle.
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