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How to choose what subject you should study abroad

Written by ESC ADMIN on 30 May 2020 Posted in Blog

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Many students know that they want to study abroad, but they don’t know what subject they want to study. Don’t worry, we know how you feel. We’ve been there too. That’s why we’re giving you a helping hand with this guide. As we run through all the crucial factors you must consider before you decide your subject at university abroad, you’ll feel a logical decision slipping into place in your mind.

Thinking about what career you want to go into after your studies is crucial to what subject you should take as an international student. It may help you decide what country you should study in, too.


After graduating, most international students will stay in the country for a while after they finish their course. As a result, it is worth looking at different countries to see if their booming industries can help you land your dream job. 

For example, if you’re thinking of studying something to do with drama, or acting, maybe the UK is a good place to study?

Being the birthplace of famous playwright William Shakespeare, they have always had a rich history in the creative arts. With one of the most vibrant theatre cultures in the world, there will be plenty of opportunities for graduate employment in that industry. The National Theatre Company has revealed that they saw their highest audiences for seven years at their Southbank theatre, and that crowds are steadily increasing year on year. So, whether it be set design, sound production or acting itself, Britain could be a very good place to study if you have ambitions of making it in the theatre.


However, if you are unsure of what job you want to go into after your studies, it is advisable to choose a course which is quite broad in terms of career prospects. For example, no matter where you end up studying, there are a lot of transferrable skills from a psychology degree. It shows you are able to understand science, you can work with statistics, and ultimately you will have a better understanding of the human brain, so you should be a real people’s person – a skill which is relevant all over the world! That means you leave yourself open to jobs in social care, HR, health, education and many others.

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