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Study or work abroad: How Campus Experience can help you

Immediately after leaving school and abroad, focusing on your professional, academic or technical background? Campus Experience Abroad Enables That!

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For whom is Campus Experience interesting?

After the Abitur, many school leavers ask themselves the big question: What is coming now? The possibilities are diverse: study, training, federal voluntary service or rather go abroad? Especially the way abroad is very popular, many students feel wanderlust and want to discover the world first after school.

On the one hand, just to feel the great freedom before it goes on for business, on the other to gain time and think: What are my strengths and weaknesses? What do I want to do? For many students, the personal future is a big question mark after graduation. A new opportunity to combine the urge to go abroad and your own career orientation offers a short study abroad.

Short study abroad - What is it?

With a short course of study, graduates have the chance to live abroad for a limited time for a study visit. Unlike a semester abroad that students can take during their studies in Germany, a short study abroad is completely detached from it.

As a non-enrolled student, young school leavers can also sniff their way into various courses of study and at the same time get to know the life at the campus and their host country.

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Personal and professional benefit

With a wide range of subjects and courses of study, young adults can gain a first glimpse of precisely the subject area in which they may see their professional future. The variety is huge: from business administration to architecture, Design, Gastronomy to psychology or law.

Through a short course, young adults will not only grow professionally but also personally. Organize yourself, develop your own initiative and independent Making decisions are just some of the many positive aspects of going abroad.

Try your own strengths and interests

The time abroad offers a lot of space for growing independence and self-awareness. An additional plus: An international environment promotes one's own openness, adaptability, and, last but not least, the linguistic knowledge that can be tested and improved in everyday life as well as during study.

In short, school leavers can use their short study to test their strengths and interests without obligation, while at the same time experiencing the country and growing in themselves.

Fit for the future career choice!

Potential future employers in particular value stays abroad. They know exactly that different soft skills like Teamwork, Organization and independence abroad have been improved - a plus point for everyone Curriculum vitae.

In addition, the applicant may have first professional experience in the area of ​​the subject, not to mention the improved knowledge of English.

Who can participate in the program?

Not only high school graduates but also young people with a real school leaving certificate can take part in a short study.

Due to the fact that it is possible to stay in 17 years ago, Campus Experience is ideal for young high school graduates who can not participate in many foreign programs such as work and travel due to their age, to bridge the gap until the start of studies or training.

Campus Experience with TravelWorks

Mit TravelWorks hat der Schulabgänger einen kompetenten Partner an der Seite, der verschiedene Kurzstudien im Ausland im Programm „Campus Experience“ anbietet. Seit 25 Jahren organisiert der Reiseveranstalter Auslandsaufenthalte, die Reisen und Lernen bzw. Arbeiten kombinieren. Besonders viel Wert wird auf individuelle und persönliche Betreuung der Teilnehmer gelegt.

In doing so, TravelWorks relies on a complete package, ie all important components of the foreign study, such as flights and accommodation, are organized for the participant. In addition, the school leavers have the choice between five countries (USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and England), many disciplines, the duration of the stay and the choice of accommodation.

For more information on short-term studies abroad visit the following website: https://www.travelworks.de/auslandsstudium.html.

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