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Jul
Why you should consider Studying Abroad

Studying abroad is a thrilling challenge, with a wide range of benefits and opportunities and one that we are very excited to offer here at JMC Academy. 

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If you have never considered studying abroad, now may be a good time! With opportunities such as studying at the LA Film school in Los Angeles, or at the Fonty’s Academy for Creative Industries (ACI) in Tilburg, Netherlands, for courses including Film, Recording Arts, Music Production, Entertainment Business, Animation and Game Design, there is much to experience!


Personal Development


Spending time in another country, out of your comfort zone is a fast-track way to grow your independence and learn more about yourself. Throwing yourself into an experience such as this can help develop intangible skills including independence, time management, organization, social skills and self-confidence, just to name a few.

New Cultures and experiences


One of the most incredible parts of studying abroad is experiencing the allure of a new culture and country.  Discover new foods, customs, traditions, and social atmosphere and by integrating into the natives study classes, you get to experience the culture first hand. This is a great time to make new international friend and make a heap of memories.

See the world


There is so much out there to see, what a perfect opportunity! You can explore the terrain, museums, culture and landmarks of your study country, and even take time to experience neighboring countries or cities. 
 

Stand out from the crowd


Having studied abroad can make a huge difference when comparing yourself to other potential employees. This demonstrates that not only are you willing to try something new and are brave enough to jump into new experiences, but that you can work with other people in different cultures and settings. 

So consider taking the challenge, taking in the new experience of studying abroad and making new memories!

JMC Academy offers study abroad programmes in both LA and the Netherlands.

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