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Which options does UC study abroad program offer to its students?

I am a student and would like to study abroad while still attending the University of Cincinnati. However, I don’t have a lot of information about the UC study abroad program. For how long can they allow you to study overseas? How does their study abroad masters program compare with other universities? Moreover, I have never been to any other country. If you have ever moved to Europe or any other place, what can you say about the study abroad experience? I would like to hear from someone who has studied abroad preferably under the same program.

Samantha Stevenson

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Donald Ward on March 14, 2018

I got a chance to go and study in London under theUC’s study abroad program. I can say they provide students with many options. You can go abroad under various programs such as exchange, faculty-led, external, or co-op. This university’s study abroad program can go for 1-3 weeks, a summer, a whole semester, or even an entire year. Besides, one can enroll in this program irrespective of their majors. The university has allowed students to apply for financial assistance in terms of grants or scholarship to enhance the accessibility of this program to their students.

I can say that the university has one of the best study abroad masters programs. Under this plan, I didn’t face any difficulty while applying. Since I was able to transfer most of my credits back to school, I completed the program on time, and my graduation was not delayed. One thing I discovered, however, was the importance of meeting with the school advisor to inquire about the various programs available. With the help of the supervisor, I studied abroad for more than one year which was very convenient for me. This was because my learning was not interrupted by movement and I got a chance to work during my free time in the entire time I was in the England.

When studying in the UK, I got exposed to study-abroad experience. I liked my stay there because I got a chance to meet new people from different parts of the world. My experience in England also had an enormous impact on the way I approached learning as I got a chance learn in a country far away from home. I got a taste of the British culture. However, if you want to make your experience abroad awesome, confirm that all the courses are available in the place you are going. By doing so, you are sure that your graduation will not be delayed because of undone classes.

If you are planning to study abroad under UC’s program, I will urge you to proceed with your plans. Although studying abroad is not very easy, it is not as challenging as most take it to be. Go and get a chance to meet with people elsewhere. You can visit different offices in your college to get more information about the program. When traveling abroad for studies, you just need to learn the language used in the host country in advance. A friend of mine had to take French classes before going to Paris, and when he arrived back, he just spoke like native French!

Kurt Pricea year ago

I once went to study in Australia. I had high desire to study under the UC study abroad program, but I didn’t have enough money. I knew staying in a foreign country was going to cost me a lot. One thing I noted with this study abroad program is that it is quite expensive. I couldn’t imagine losing the opportunity to visit Australia only because I didn’t have enough money. I discussed my problem with one my friends who had just come from abroad. Instead of enrolling in the program, it is better to transfer to the school you want to attend and then transfer back once you are through. Just make sure that you enquired as much information about the course you are taking as possible to make your experience exceptional.

Although studying abroad comes with some challenges, I can say the overall experience is very significant. If you feel you strongly need to go and study abroad, just do it, and your life will never be the same. I am happy that you can get an opportunity to visit another country without interfering with studies.

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