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Soft skills and study abroad: the perfect recipe for youth unemployment

Study Abroad
Unlike hard skills, soft skills are not taught in school, but are learned through experience and constant relationships with new people and circumstances.

It is never too early to try to acquire the skills most in demand in the working world.

The best candidates, according to recruiters, are people with great open-mindedness, flexibility, a willingness to work in teams, and a comprehensive vision of reality: the perfect picture of an exchange student.

Students who spent a year abroad say they gained new and important soft skills, and that the experience helped them understand what academic and career path they want to take.

Why is the school year abroad an experience of great value to a student's education?

The year abroad is a perfect combination of learning hard and soft skills. It allows not only to learn a foreign language, but also to get to know another culture in depth and to have a profound cultural exchange that can broaden human and interpersonal horizons.

The student thus has the opportunity to be completely immersed in another culture, living with a local family that welcomes him and includes him in their daily life like a child.

A long-term stay abroad opens the door to an academic and professional career of international scope and gives students a head start in the selection process by recruiters from all over the world.


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