Don't know if you should go and study abroad? Maybe some of the students who have been abroad and back will change your mind!
"Unique experience to broaden your horizons, get to know new people and develop your thinking at a global level. Also, best way to come out of your comfort zone, and I bet that if you take part of that experience then eventually you thank yourself. I strongly recommend to study abroad for a while."
Argo in University of Economics, Prague
"Such a cool experience! Living and studying abroad gave me different point of view to the education and to my field of studies. Never be afraid of challenges - have courage to go out of your comfort zone as many different ways as possible, especially as a student!"
Kerli in Norwegian University of Science and Technology
"Dubrovnik is a small town, approximately as big as Pärnu. During the summer season it's awfully crowded, but when I arrived there in the end of September, it was like every other small town. I fell in love with the seaside, endless walks in the small but suprisingly interesting old town, kilometers long stairs... And those sunsets. You cannot explain these kind of colours we saw. At some point in our Erasmus program our whole day plan was deciding where to go to see the sunset.
My erasmus semester was something I would never change. It gave me wonderful friends in Dubrovnik and in whole Europe, countless memories and the feeling that you are the only person that can make yourself happy. There's no point of being jealous of others - if you want to see around, you have to make the decision yourself."
Kristin in University of Dubrovnik
"Lund University was in my opinion a great place to study when it provided a wide range of different and interesting courses. The atmosphere at Lund University was really nice and friendly and the lecturers were really enthusiastic about what they were teaching. The exchange in total was a really good and learning experience in many ways as I learned of course about the new subjects i chose but also learned to know new people and live in a different culture. Lund is a nice small city and really easily accessed from Copenhagen which was also nice every now and then to visit Copenhagen. All in all I would suggest exchange studies for everyone and also Lund University."
Pia in Lund University