How do potential employers look at applicants' study abroad experience?

Charlotte M. Klaar, Ph.D.Charlotte M. Klaar, Ph.D.
Klaar College Consulting LLC
No matter where you study, it is the grades you earn in your courses that mean the most to prospective employers. Study abroad can be an eye-opening experience, but you have to reach out and take advantage of the opportunities to learn about different cultures and languages. Most kids don’t do this. Make yourself different and don’t stick with only the students you know from the United States.

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