Study Local And Study Abroad English

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Education is a never-ending learning process that has always been a part of our life. As education is a building block in our lives, we are willing to invest deeply into our education.Good education will bring us far with that they have to offer our very own future. Recently, there are numbers of students continue their studying aboard. As the saying goes, the grass always looks greener on the other side of fence. Many consider study aboard is a better option. Nonetheless, study abroad and local have their own uniqueness. They similar in term of nature of competitiveness however differ in fees, experiences as well as the influences on character. First of all, major goal of studying is to learn knowledge and same time forge better characters. Currently in this modern-day and society, every nations focus on the education sector. Both local and overseas education institutions keep improving to produce competitive students in future jobs markets, for example upgrading of facilities, hiring of qualified lecturers and design better teaching methods. In Malaysia, there are various school that meet specific demands of students, like universities, colleges, polytechnic, government, private and parochial school. Hence, students are able to choose their desire school and unnecessary to study aboard since there are different types of educational institution exist in local. Modern education concentrate on soft skills, therefore study aboard or local, students can learn to speak in front public, work in group, communicate better and so forth. In comparison, the most obvious different of study local and aboard is the cost required. This is an undeniable fact that study aboard require additional cost with the same education one will get. Different countries have different currency rate. Usually, when we convert our currency to other's currency, our value will become smaller. If local students study in seasonal countries such as United Kingdom and Germany, they need to buy winter...


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