Recent report argues students undervalue study and work abroad

22 September 2016

A recent survey commissioned by Kaplan interviewed 1000 graduates, from eight different countries, about their views on international study experiences during university. The findings revealed that despite the opportunity of an international experience being available to three quarters of the respondents, only a quarter did take advantage of it. However, half of the interviewees said they felt they had failed to recognise the value of an international experience during their studies and regretted not taking advantage of the opportunities at the time.

Read the full story here, and more about why an international experience is beneficial here.