Long-term Career Impact and Professional Applicability of the Study Abroad Experience

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Research shows that study abroad experience affects professional qualifications. It is evident that employers value the skills and knowledge potentially gained from study abroad and that these competencies are transferable on the job. Johnson and Kaufman note that specific focus is given to intercultural competencies gained from an international experience and that this could be essential to career success in the global marketplace (Johnson and Kaufman 2005).

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  • Kimberly Franklin

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