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Study abroad boosts confidence, says British Council

Students found unexpected benefits to international study.

People participate in international education for a range of reasons, but report that their confidence increased and their networks broadened as a result, according to a report published by the British Council on 15 August.

Its authors asked 245 students why they had decided to study abroad. More than half said they sought a different cultural experience and more than a third said they wanted to improve their language skills.

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