Studying abroad can be a rewarding and educational experience. You will get the opportunity to explore new countries and see the sights as well as learning and studying in new and different environments and learning new skills.
With so many places to choose from, you might be hard pushed to decide where to study. See our handy guide below to some of the most beautiful places to study abroad.
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1 – Berlin
Berlin is an often under-rated city when it comes to studying abroad. However there is so much to do if you just take the time to look around.
Take in beautiful city sights and reap the educational and historical rewards by visiting places such as the remains of the Berlin Wall and the stunning East Side Gallery.
2 – London
London is a cultural and busy city with some fantastic sights and sounds. Take a trip to some of the local attractions such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London on your study breaks.
The nightlife is diverse, with a range of top restaurants and bars as well as renowned nightclubs, and celebrity hangouts.
3 – Sydney
Sydney is the place to go if you are looking for beautiful sights and sandy beaches. With a buzzing nightlife and some of the world’s top places of interest, you’ll never be short of something to do in your spare time.
4 – Dublin
Dublin is a fast paced, friendly city with some friendly people. Grab a drink in the local pub and take in some live music or visit the Guinness Storehouse or another top tourist attraction when you’re not hard at work!
5 – Paris
Paris might be hailed as the City of Love, but it is also perfect for students. For those who don’t want to be stuck in an office all day, you can take a walk along the Seine or bring a picnic to your local park. That’s after you’ve visited the Louvre and all of the ‘must see’ tourist attractions of course!
6 – Korea
The reasons to study in Korea are endless. The schools are keen to have you and as long as you can speak a good level of Korean, you’ll be off to a flying start.
7 – Italy
Study in Italy and take in the sights of some of the world’s most amazing buildings. The Vatican and the colosseum are just a couple of the things on offer.
8 – Prague
Prague is cheap, friendly and looks beautiful at any time of the year. During winter it has a particularly magical air about it. Ideal for architecture fans and study or travel on a budget.
9 – Amsterdam
The chances are that if you’ve read the hugely successful book ‘The fault in our stars’ you’ll want to go to Amsterdam. Full of hidden gems and great people, you’ll be hard pushed to find a better atmosphere!
10 – Manchester
If you are looking for somewhere to study that is busy and has great nightlife and clubs, Manchester is the place to go. With top restaurants and shops, you’ll be spoiled for choice.
11 – New York
Who wouldn’t want to study in The Big Apple? It’s got broadway shows and top eateries. New York is full of vibrant life and it really is the city that never sleeps.
12 – Bath, Somerset
Study in architecturally pleasing surroundings and visit designer and boutique shops in your spare time in this wonderful location in Somerset.