Introducing yourself to the culture of another region by living, studying, and working abroad builds independence, initiative, and adaptability - important traits that employers are constantly on the lookout for. Find out how you can get started.
It demonstrates something about your grit and your ability to face different situations and to thrive.
UBC President and vice-chancellor, Professor Santa Ono
We're living in a globalized world - be an active part of it.
Go Global Memories: Shared Travel Stories and Life Lessons from Students
What I'm saying is, it doesn't matter where you go. It doesn't matter if you get your first choice or your third choice; it doesn't matter if you go for first term or second term or both; what matters is that you go at all.
MOIRA WARBURTON, GO GLOBAL STUDENT (GRENOBLE, FRANCE)