Studying Abroad “Misunderstood”

After so many serious posts, it’s time to have a little bit of fun! When students head out to study in America or any other country, for that matter, there’s a lot to be thought about that includes all family members involved.

Parents are scared their children will make the wrong friends, fathers think their daughters will find boyfriends or mother will worry that their child may be into all the wrong things. All are legitimate things for parents to worry about and yet, it may not be quite as serious as it sounds.

So if you’re one of those parents, grandparents, older brothers or aunts/uncles that are terrified to let your teenage (or early 20’s) family member head off to the U.S. for higher education, here is a fantastic picture created by Alid Art sent in to me that will put your worries to rest!

Now, obviously, this is done in jest since international students are known to work diligently at their studies. They go through an extremely rigorous and often long process to be accepted into an American college which is by no means, any simple feat.

Random Fact: Did you know that the United States of America accept more international students than any other country in the world? If you didn’t know that before, now you know!

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