This thought has been floated in my mind after reading my colleagues’ posts. Naturally, people in developing countries are tend to enroll an overseas school than domestic one. It happens to me too. But, the more I look thoroughly into that, the more I get the answers why.
For me personally, taking another higher education means taking bunch of risks and I only have one way out: survive! Apart whether it is an overseas or domestic. It is neither the curriculum that you will learn through nor the degree title you will have after beating them.
It is the way you have chosen to solve the problems with minimum risks that you probably face. Just like the Miley Cyrus says in her song The Climb..
Ain’t about how fast I get there,
Ain’t about what’s waiting on the other side,
It’s the climb
It doesn’t mean that you will be a better person if you graduate overseas universities.
It doesn’t mean that you are getting wiser and nicer if you have cumlaude/distinction degrees.
It doesn’t mean that you tolerate the differences more than before if you have faced those abroad.
Because the process how you deal with them will speak more than what you are trying to show to other people..