Employers recognise that students who spend some time studying in a foreign country grow in maturity, independence, flexibility and responsibility and often display superior levels of empathy, open mindedness, respect, global awareness, cultural adaptability and self-awareness. Languages, networking and self-management are sought-after skills that an international study experience can cultivate. In order to benefit fully from your international experience, consider what you’ve developed and how this will help you contribute to the world of work, then communicate this effectively to potential employers in your applications and interviews. For more on Employability skills click here

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