There are many studies that point to the benefits of students receiving part of their undergraduate education abroad. What benefits could be realized in the classroom by tapping into new attitudes and skill sets? And what are the benefits realized to the student and the institution for years to come?
Your members will increase their Intrapersonal skills
Intrapersonal skills are those internal communication skills, the self-talk, that guide our emotion and behavior. They apply to a person’s emotional intelligence. Many of these skills are not taught in school, but are critical to success in work and life.
Your members will Increase competencies that matter to employers & graduate schools
Students who studied abroad find employment more quickly than their peers post graduation, and they’ll also see more long-term impact to their careers.
Your members will Enhance their Interpersonal Skills
Interpersonal skills are those that involve communicating and working with other people. As our world is increasingly complex, the ability to communicate in teams, across time zones, ages, cultures, and language skills are critical.
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