Education in Europe.

Why Americans do not want to study in the European Universities despite the advantages (free or less expensive education)?

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  1. I studied in Spain, and my Spanish was fluent. However, it is more difficult to go to the different country than to move to a different State. Everything is difficult; I am talking about culture, language, and education.
    You will not see your family and friends so often as it is expensive and time-consuming. Moreover, you will not be sure that your European education will fit into the American job market.

    Dolores Dolores Answered
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  2. More than 50% of the American students work to cover their education or living costs, and that is why they cannot afford the studying in Europe. Many of them cannot afford abroad programs. So, the first problem is money.
    The next one is the weak secondary education in the United States. Nevertheless, the US offer a great variety of colleges and programs. By the way, you should have the American education to meet the expectations of the employer.

    SmartAmy SmartAmy Answered
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  3. If you have enough money, you can go.

    Yesyoucan Yesyoucan Answered
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  4. Take into account that you should rent an apartment and cover the transportation.

    David LL David LL Answered
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  5. The exams in Europe are too difficult. I don’t think that a lot of Americans will pass them.

    Abelardo Abelardo Answered
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  6. Maybe they think that American education is better.

    Sandy Sandy Answered
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  7. The thing is that not all the students have a wish to go to Europe as they do not have enough money and do not know the language.

    Karin W Karin W Answered
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  8. Not every student can get a visa and cover all the expenses. Although, the education is cheaper, but the plane tickets and apartment rent are not.

    ElenaG ElenaG Answered
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