No one could avoid the tremendous influence of going oversea, more or less. And it is naturally that this topic has arisen a heated discussion now and then. Some a certain expert claimed that it is dangerous for the youth to take the task. Personally, both sides of the issue ought to take into consideration.
To begin with, in educational aspect, it is important for the youth to improve themselves with the great help of the first-rate educational system outside. Besides, they would also benefit from the sounded language atmosphere in the alien countries. However, the study reveals that more than 70% of the oversea students in the U.K. encountered with the serious language barriers in the first half year, which may lead to misunderstanding and other issues.
Furthermore, in economical aspect, a reputable university's diploma is a must for an ideal profession, which is equivalent to a sufficient wage; in addition, it brings about qualified social welfare as insurance for the rest of your life. In spite of this, the expensive and unreasonable tuition fee would keep countless students away from the secondary education who live in undeveloped areas. And it is impossible for them to participate in the part-time jobs, for this would disturb their routines sharply.
To be concluded, in cultural aspect, the multi-cultural society enables people to enlarge their horizon day by day. Naturally, it would boost the international links among countries. Then one will have a fully awareness of the globalization. Nevertheless, not every student or individual can bear the cultural shock when they are aboard. In terms of that, the discrimination gives rise to the some psychological issue at the same time such as loneliness and homesickness.
All in all, my point of view on this issue is manifest. And going oversea has more advantages than disadvantages for sure.