Studying abroad is a life-changing experience. Learning a language, adapting to new cultures and seeing the world can open one’s eyes. as well as improve competitiveness in the job market.
And as the cost of tuition in US private and public universities has increased by over 50% in the past decade, there’s a growing economic imperative to study abroad. US News and World Report just recently launched its most recent global ranking for best countries to study abroad and the list is full of surprises!
The top 5 were:
The ranking was based on surveys from over 20,000 individuals across nearly 40 countries and considered a wide variety of metrics, from education cost to openness to diversity and quality of life.
For those who still prefer our traditional university partners in Europe, have no fear- the Internationality Scholarship listing will be updated every week. We are finding tons of options to study abroad while spending less on tuition and in many cases, scot-free.