How many of you want to pursue your education outside your own country?

@hireshd (492)
India
July 24, 2009 10:17am CST
many have aspirations for studying outside there own country, how many are there who want to pursue there education outside there own country?
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5 responses
• Philippines
30 Jul 09
i wanted to study outside my country but its very expensive unless i have friends, relative or family there to stay with while studying coz renting an apartment is very expensive.. besides its not easy to get student visa unless we have sponsors.. but i still managed to finished my degree in my country... so maybe right now i rather want to work abroad and earn money..
• India
14 Oct 09
Now i am on the same dilemma you were some years past. Though i have applied to some universities in US ,i can't go any further without finding some source of money. Thank you for sharing.
@phyrre (2321)
• United States
24 Jul 09
I've always dreamed of studying abroad in college. My college offered a really good study abroad program and I really wanted to go to Straussburg or even Northern Ireland, which were two places they offered. But it's not really a possibility for me. I decided to get married instead of studying abroad and I don't, by any means, regret my decision. I wouldn't really have been able to study abroad anyway. I've got to put myself through college, which means I really need to work and I couldn't do that if I were to study abroad. Not to mention that I just wouldn't be able to leave my husband for that long.
@hireshd (492)
• India
24 Jul 09
hmm not aproblem, thats good you are more caring towards your other half, you are not ready to leave him
@Porcospino (28042)
• Denmark
3 Aug 09
I thought about studying abroad and I also looked at the different possibilities, but I had to give up the idea. When I finished high school I wanted to study psychology at university, but psychology is a very popular choice, so it is hard to accepted to university in my country. I applied a couple of times, but I didn't get accepted. They only needed about 200 people, and more than 2000 people were interested, so it looked pretty impossible and I decided to apply somewhere else (in a different country) I was interested in studying psychology in Italy, and one of my Italian friends helped me find some information. Unfortuneately it was far too expensive for me, so I had to give up the idea.
• India
30 Jul 09
I wish to persue my education out country because there we can study and at the same time we can earn for part time and this will help to pay the interest on the loan taken to complete education.
@rberon1985 (5394)
• Philippines
26 Jul 09
I already finished my studies and I am now already working. But if in case that I am still studying as of this moment, I would prefer studying here in my country.In our country, it provides a quality education. And i can't afford to study in other country. My family just belong to a middle class family. Thanks for making this interesting topic.