Studying abroad often means studying in another language.
Students studying abroad must not only learn new material in the college courses they enroll in, but also learn it in their second (or third or fourth) language.
Yes, it can be challenging. But it also can be rewarding if you follow these tips:
Some tips are useful for all students, even if they are not studying abroad in another language:
If you are taking a standardized test (such as the SAT or ACT) you also will want specialized standardized test tips.
In any case, studying is a normal part of college life no matter what country you are in or what language you are speaking.
You might find that one study technique is best. Or you may want to use a combination. If you are a student studying abroad for an American education, try many (or all!) of our tips to find out which ones work best for you.