Creating new clothes, playing with colors, launching new trends and fashions: this is the goal of a fashion designer. A job where creativity plays a central role and where you can gain a lot of money, too. However, being part of this sector is not easy at all and a lot of experience is needed. By studying abroad, you will have the chance to work with the best brands: a great strategy, definitely.
Concerts, shows, films, events, music: wherever there is a quality sound need, here comes the sound engineer. It’s an evergrowing sector and it offers good career opportunities. But, alas, you need many years of hard work (usually unpaid). So the best solution is to do your first work experiences abroad. It’s a win-win situation.
The hotel manager must be able to speak fluently several languages because he/she needs to deal with customers and colleagues from all over the world. That’s why it’s paramount to develop and increase your language skills. And the best place to be is not in an university classroom but living in a foreign university. So who are you waiting on? Pack your suitcase and open the door!
A graphic designer is responsible for creating design solutions that have a high visual impact. The role involves listening to clients and understanding their needs before taking decisions. If you think it’s your job of choice, the best solution is to study abroad where you can exploit another nation aesthetic sense and creativity and make your own luck.
So you've decided to study abroad. The first year will be full of excitement and fun: you will improve your language skills quicker than you think, you'll have a network of international friends, get to know a different mentality and see the importance of being a great cook! And when you will go back to your home country for a short holiday, you will be a brand new person.
Now your English is great and you can proudly write it in your curriculum. You have visited many cities during the periods without exams; now you know the theory and you can practise too becasue next summer you are going to do an internship in a company. Abroad it’s easier, because there is a dynamic labor market and there is no big distance between study and work. That sounds good!
You are almost at the end of a cycle, and now you are able to understand the importance of living in a country where the merit is really relevant. Your teachers will recommend you to the companies, the talent scout will invite you to interviews, your opportunities will grow bigger and bigger and you’ll write your thesis during an internship in a company because it is required by the curriculum. And at the end of this long path, there will be 2 fewer blank spaces to fill in your CV.
Your CV is really different if compared to a CV of a student who has never studied abroad: your English level is really high, you can count on two work experiences and several years abroad. You really have the skills for the job you have studied for. Whatever you choose - even if you want to go back to your home country – you have one up on others who have an indadequate CV.
If you have studied abroad it will be easier to find yourself a job abroad: companies recognize your university, you speak English very well, and you have lot of experience. Further to that, your career opportunities will rocket and you’ll have the opportunity to gain a big salary. But it’s not only a matter of money: you will become a better and more mature person.