Living abroad is a life lesson
I'm a 22-year-old Greek student. I'm working on my application for a master's program in clinical psychology in France starting next year.
I chose France as the place to continue my studies in psychology because I find the French mentality and lifestyle very close to those of my own country. I think the experience will bring me many benefits.
In my opinion, living abroad is a life lesson, a chance to test your limits, enrich your experience, and expand your knowledge through a totally different history and culture.
I must say that the process of preparing to study abroad was difficult and stressful. But the assistance of experienced people made it easier. I would like to thank the person at the Campus France office with whom I had the good fortune to work. She was always there, always available, whenever I needed help. She provided valuable information and supported me whenever I had a problem.