700 Reasons: #92

Reason: 92
The ability to function in a new linguistic cultural environment is a skill highly prized by international employers, many of whom will not consider graduates without experience of living and working outside their native land
Work and Study Abroad (Residence Abroad Project at www.llas.ac.uk/resources/mb/626)
Related Keywords:
Employability, Globalisation, HE (Higher Education sector), Intercultural competence, Residence abroad, Work experience