Study abroad and work experience from abroad should provide a different and perhaps greater academic achievement than if you had stayed back home on your campus. You should prepare and choose the exchange based on your professional interests and goals.
We recommend that you look for advice from both your student counsellor and your teachers or even fellow students who already have been on an exchange. And remember – most ZIBAT/EASJ students study on campuses where you can find an international group of fellow students – use them for inspiration and advise. We can also recommend that you early on attend one of the seminars held at your campus. The aim of these seminars is to promote possibilities and make the process and choice a bit easier for you.
Will the learning outcome of your exchange become rewarding and a success, there is also a greater chance of social and cultural learning outcome from your exchange.