It is argued that international students exchange programs benefit all participants. while there are some drawbacks of these programs, I would argue that their advantages outweigh disadvantages.

On the one hand, there are varieties of disadvantages for students who study abroad. Firstly, the cost of these programs is expensive that students in underdeveloped countries cannot afford. Secondly, students who go abroad are likely to fall behind with their studies when coming back to their home countries. This is because they may find it hard to catch up with their classmates or even repeat a semester. Finally, they could experience culture shock during the time they are living in other nations. This may result in these adolescents being disoriented and homesick. Which in turn may adversely affect their studies.

On the other hand, I would argue that international students exchange programs are beneficial due to these advantages beneath. One main advantage is that students of these programs often stand a higher chance of improving their language proficiency. For example, imagine that you are in other country and you have to speak with foreigners on a daily basis. This may result in increasing your language acquisition. On top of that, developed countries have better education systems. Therefore, their university qualifications are accepted all over the world. This may help students who study overseas have more opportunities in order to climb up the career ladder in the future. Additionally, these programs could help students enrich their knowledge and broaden their outlook on life owing to the differences among the two countries and that human being.

In conclusion, although students exchange programs could face with some drawbacks, I believe that they are outweighed by disadvantages.

It is argued that international students exchange programs benefit all participants. While there are some drawbacks of to these programs, I would argue that their advantages outweigh the disadvantages.

On the one hand, there are varieties of some disadvantages for students who study abroad on student exchange programs. Firstly, the cost of these programs is are normally expensive, that and students in underdeveloped countries often cannot afford them. Secondly, students who go abroad are likely to fall behind with their studies when coming back to their home countries. This is because they may find it hard to catch up with their classmates, or and they may even have to repeat a semester. Finally, they could experience culture shock during the time they are living in other nations. This may result in these adolescents being disoriented and homesick, which in turn may adversely affect their studies.

On the other hand, I would argue that international student exchange programs are beneficial due to these the following advantages. beneath. One main advantage is that students of on these programs often stand a higher chance of improving their language proficiency. For example, imagine that you are in other country and you have to speak with foreigners on a daily basis. This may result exposure to and immersion in the local language would be a great way of learning it. increasing your language acquisition. On top of that, developed countries have better education systems. Therefore, their university qualifications are accepted all over the world. This may help students who study overseas in such countries have more opportunities in order to climb up the career ladder in the future. Additionally, these programs could help students enrich their knowledge and broaden their outlook on life. owing to the differences among the two countries and that human being.

In conclusion, although students exchange programs could face with entail some drawbacks, I believe that they those are outweighed by their many dis advantages.

Hi Harry,

You will certainly lose marks on Task Achievement. Note that the question is about "teenage school students", but you addressed them neither in your introduction nor in the conclusion paragraph.


You said:


"It is argued that international students exchange programs benefit all participants."


No! There is no such claim in the prompt.

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It is not correct that the essay will lose marks on Task Response (Not achievement) as it has addressed all parts of the task. Also, it has a clear position and the main ideas are developed.

It is true that few teachers consider international student exchange program will be beneficial for youngsters in the educational centres. In my opinion, the merits of this trend will undermine the demerits