Why do so many schools offer study abroad programs?
I’m told that at the top universities in Australia some students are competing to get into abroad study programs that let them study in Japan. Is foreign travel, all by itself, considered a course of study? Do students get higher grades by going overseas, or are they given bonus points for just taking classes taught in a foreign language? Do Australian exchange students have to take classes taught in Japanese to get this benefit? Or are these students just looking for opportunities to do things they hope their parents won’t find out about?
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