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Should I study abroad for a full year?
The decision to study abroad for a full year is a big one. An undergraduate degree is only four years long, so it will absorb roughly a quarter of college life. The biggest advice I can give is to plan ahead to make sure it fits your plans.
What are the pros and cons of studying abroad for college?
You may find that in studying abroad for a full year, you have more time abroad — not just based on the calendar compared to your fellow students who only study abroad for a semester — but to develop and grow and a person. Con: You Must Be Organized to Graduate On Time?…You may even need to take some online classes to make it happen!
What is the difference between short-term and long-term study abroad?
淪hort?versus 渓ong-term?is relative. For one student, 渟hort?may mean a 2-week summer program, while for another it means 渙nly?a semester abroad, as opposed to a whole year. There is also the option of doing your entire undergraduate or graduate degree abroad.
Can freshmen go abroad in first year college?
Freshman Year. Most colleges don allow freshmen to earn credit abroad, at least not until the summer after their first years, but a handful of schools are going against the grain. New York University, Syracuse University, and Florida State University, among a few others, have piloted study abroad programs for first-semester freshmen.