Where Should You Study Abroad?
The rolling hills of Scotland are calling you. Your love of history and interest in seeing the lush, green lands of William Wallace's home make this ancient university your perfect fit.
This famous Spanish university would be the perfect place for you to engross yourself in history and maybe take a few siestas. Bullfights, tapas, and sangria could become your daily routine. Not too shabby.
You're a real adventerous type and you'd feel right at home at Australia's first university! Trade in your backyard for The Outback and get ready for endless excitement and fun.
The magical spires of the English countryside beckon you to study in the great halls of Oxford. Your love of tradition and literature make the oldest university in the English-speaking world your perfect match.
The crossroads of ancient history and modern technology make Japan's most prestigious university your ideal school abroad. Be prepared for fun times spent eating sushi, drinking sake, and singing karaoke.
While your friends may study abroad in places like England and France, you're more inclined to travel off the beaten path. Expect to spend a lot of time meandering through beautiful streets between classes.
You gravitate towards the arts, and Paris is calling to you. Although this elite institution will provide you with a top education, you'll probably spend a large chunk of your time touring the world's greatest museums and enjoying café au laits at bohemain cafes.
You have no problem navigating your way through new places and you're often looking for the latest and greatest hip things to do. Seoul National University could be the perfect place for you to expand both your mind and cultural interests.
Your sense of adventure knows no bounds and your worldly interests would be satisfied by studying at this great university. If you can spare the time between studying, be sure to check out a rugby game or two!