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Spending a semester in Europe isn't the only way to study abroad. Students are changing how and where they study based on their budgets and interests.
Short-term programs and lower-cost countries are becoming more popular. Emerging economies like China, India, and Brazil aren't just cheaper to live in; they're also the world's future business and technology hubs. Based on economic trends, these countries are a good value now and the most promising bets for the coming decades.
Check out this infographic to see how study abroad is changing and how students are using these trends to save money on their studies.