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Any advice for students and parents who are worried about studying abroad in third world countries?

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  • mentor picture Olivia
     
    Olivia
    Parent of Study Abroad Student
    Loyola Marymount University
    At first I was concerned that my daughter was going to a thrid world country because I was unsure...
    At first I was concerned that my daughter was going to a thrid world country because I was unsure whether all the facilties she needed would be there. However, I found this to be untrue. My advice for students and parents who are worried about studying abroad in a third world country is for the students to become fully acquainted with the culture, food, hygiene customs, transportation, and language (as much as possible).
 
 
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