Is Studying Abroad Safe?


Being aware of the potential risks before you study abroad will give you the best chance at having an amazing experience.


You'll learn how to avoid as many risks as possible and how to be better prepared for those that you can't. In the end, it's your decision and you deserve to make it with as much information as possible.

It's important to remember that it is always your decision on whether or not you want to study abroad.

Along with the obvious risks such as safety, COVID-19 is a risk factor when it comes to studying abroad. However, this doesn't mean that you can't take care of yourself and prepare for the risk. Remember to respect your comfort level and get as much information as possible.

Read more on Safety Tips For Students Studying Abroad here.

You are in charge of your own comfort levels and needs. Do some research about the country you are considering, talk to your family, see if they have any input, and think about what is right for you.

You should be able to make the right decision for yourself and your family.

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