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Please advise me...

Posted: Fri Mar 04, 2005 4:31 pm
by mokuren
Does anybody study abroad? I want to go foreign university some day. Im Japanese student, and I graduate this spring. Does anybody advise me What is important for studing abroad?TOFLE SCORE,money,or vitality... :roll:

Posted: Sun Mar 06, 2005 11:49 pm
by shokin
First, why do you want to learn abroad ?

in which country will you Decide to study ?
which language are you interested in ?
what do you want to study ?

Shokin

Posted: Sun Mar 27, 2005 3:00 am
by yl88
hi mokuren

yeah i think it's a good idea to study abroad..u will learn more from foreign university, such as, different cultures, different languages and of course u will have more and more friends who are from everywhere around the world, isn't that a good experience?? :lol:

Posted: Sun Mar 27, 2005 4:33 am
by sparrow
Hi Mokuren,
As I think, the most important thing you will do first when you want to study abroad is checking the informations about where will you go! You will lost money and so on if you don't care about this. The second, you should choose the school, the subject and the place to stay.
Hope my advises will help you!
Be my friend, OK? I'm a Vietnamese.

Posted: Sun Mar 27, 2005 3:18 pm
by Teacherito
Hello Mokuren,
I'd like to advice you to look for information first, for example, go to the embassy of the country you would like to study in, they usually have lots of information about studying abroad, then you can choose the universities that get your attention, contact them and ask for details about the field/s you are attracted to, be sure to check on your budget and go for it !!
Pursuit a dream and reach out !!

Posted: Mon Mar 28, 2005 12:05 pm
by essie
The best way to learn a language is to live it! I studied Vietnamese 1 year prior to moving to Vietnam for 6 months. In the first month of living in Vietnam, I learned more than the whole previous year combined!

I have many friends who are Visa students in Canada and their English has improved dramatically since I first met them. I say; if you want it and you can handle being away from home, go for it! The best option is to stay with an English speaking family. I have a few Chinese friends who've been here for 4 years and their English is horrible. They lived, went to school and had fun with Chinese people. It's like living in China! lol :lol: But I have more friends who've stayed with English speaking families and they've surpassed my expectations...