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Where to study abroad?        Country of Choice
Deciding where to study is just as important as choosing a study abroad program, and it depends on very personal factors. Different factors are important to different people.

Depending on the choice of your course or program, you may choose the country. There are some courses that are special in certain countries.

Some countries allow students to gain work experience after the completion of the education. So if you are looking at some international work exposure, then you can choose them accordingly.

Some courses in certain countries have an integrated work option during your regular college curriculum. This gives you an opportunity to interact with the industry and also gain little bit of work experience and understanding of the work culture in these countries.

If closely integrating the experience with your degree is important to you, then you should consider a location that offers courses in your major and has natural affinities to your major that will afford you experiences in your field of interest outside the classrrom, too.

Developing nations are playing an increasing role in the global economy. Also remember that while large cities offer numerous social and intellectual opportunities, they are also more cosmopolitan. Your extracurricular options may seem more limited in a smaller town, but it's there that you will gain more of an appreciation of traditional ways of life and make connections with the natives.


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