Is studying abroad good for introverts?

Have you ever seen a brochure or any other type of promotional material for exchange studies and decided that this experience is not for you because you have an introverted personality and such a drastic change in your life seems to be too far out of your comfort zone? The idea of studying abroad may sound very exciting, but thinking about a large number of people, or about getting lost in a foreign city, or in a first meeting, or anything else that causes you negative feelings could easily scare you into not even applying. However, studying abroad is the perfect opportunity to overcome your fears. If you consider yourself an introvert, you probably prefer to stay within your comfort zone and surround yourself with people you really trust and know right from the start. It can be quite difficult to decide to study abroad because it can feel like you have to say goodbye to your old life and daily routine.

It's common to start doubting your decision and to slip into anxiety, but it's really not necessary. Everyone experiences study exchanges differently, and the experience won't change you unless you want to. When you first arrive, the new city can be daunting and scary. Therefore, it's best to make plans in advance.

Kaosi Maryjoe Onyenaucheya
Kaosi Maryjoe Onyenaucheya

A Graduate of English and Literature Education from University of Benin, Nigeria. Maryjoe has significant experience in counselling Nigerian students about study abroad opportunities in the USA, Canada, UK and elswhere. She is passionate about helping students achieve their study abroad dreams.From the Seed Educational Consulting in Abuja, Maryjoe helps families from all over Nigeria with university abroad.Seed Educational Consulting | Nigeria | Study Abroad,Ambassador Albert Osakwe House, 1473 Inner Block St, Central Business District, 900103, Abuja, Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria+234 701 339 6316I look forward to hearing from you.

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