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What motivates young people in the UK to study in another country?

This article breaks down the results of the most recent 'Broadening Horizons' report which surveyed UK students about their study-abroad aspirations. 

The British Council's Broadening Horizons series explores the drivers and barriers relating to the study abroad of UK students. 

The latest Broadening Horizons report (November 2017) compares the motivations driving interest in study abroad for today’s students, together with the perceived obstacles, to previous research findings in the series. 

A little language can go a long way! You don’t have to be fluent, but the ability to hold a conversation and appreciate another culture is of real business value in the workplace.

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