There are so many places I want to visit and experience -- how do I choose where to study abroad?

Choosing where to study is definitely the hardest choice. I would first think about whether you know a foreign language or if you're interested in learning a particular one. I would also ask your study abroad office if they have any specific programs in your field or where people in your field often go to study. Think about whether or not you're looking to travel a lot while you're there. If you want to experience a lot of different cultures in a small amount of time, Europe might be the place for you! If that hasn't helped yet, think about what food you like and what food you'd be okay with eating for a few months.
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