Advocates for studying abroad believe that students who make going overseas a part of their education helps students and future employers develop profound skills. It pushes students to get out of their comfort zone to experience another culture, language, environment, and education system. Essayist Mya Coviello shares her story of studying abroad in Europe.
Study abroad programs are expensive programs for colleges and universities. In Vermont, two small colleges reflect different approaches - one is struggling with costs, while another expands international studies.