I cannot afford to study abroad. It's too Expensive :
Depending on the course, location and duration, the cost of studying abroad can vary. Studying in Ghana, India or the Czech Republic, for instance, is less costly because living costs are lower. In reality, on campus, studying abroad can cost just over a semester. There are many scholarships available, particularly for non-traditional or first-generation students or those with demonstrated financial need.
I cannot study abroad as I don’t know the native language:
You can study in other English-speaking countries, including the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. You may also find the Netherlands, Sweden or Thailand, where programs and universities offer English-language classes even though the country's official language is not English. It would be beneficial if you take an introductory course in the local language.
I am going to go alone and meet nobody:
Studying abroad is a great chance to meet new people and expand your social circle. Other students will also arrive alone and will also be looking forward to meet new friends. Some students studying abroad carry out orientation events to enable each other to join. Studying abroad shared experience also cements life-long relationships.
I don't want to miss out on all the things that will happen while I'm gone:
Going abroad will bring you new cultural experiences that can't be learned by staying at home. Being in a new environment will help you become a well-rounded individual and increase your work opportunities in the future. Your concern should be, "I know I'm going to miss my friends and family, but I also don’t want to miss the chance to study abroad!
I am not going to feel free to go to another country:
All study abroad programs available to students have been thoroughly checked to ensure students safety. Rest assured that governments and colleges will disallow the plan if there is any serious threat to students' wellbeing. However, studying abroad still holds the same inheritance risks of life back home, so you would still have to pursue it.
My major is not offered abroad :
All majors can be studies abroad just a matter of studying the course options by different programs. Many programs concentrate on specific majors, while others have a wide range of courses to choose from. Wide branches of the program such as ISA or ECA have a wide selection of courses to study, allowing students of any majors.