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Author Topic: Should I let my daughter study in a foreign country?

October 05, 2018, 10:08:32 AM
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melissa45


My daughter will be going to college next year and she wants to study abroad. She actually wants to go and study in Europe because she believes that Europe offers a higher educational training of the degree program of her choice. I believe in this but I’m not sure if I can send her there. I don’t know if she will be okay being alone in a foreign land knowing that I can’t watch over her. However, I also want her to attain better education that Europe can offer. Will it really be okay for her to study there?

October 05, 2018, 10:29:46 AM
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susanb


My daughter will be going to college next year and she wants to study abroad. She actually wants to go and study in Europe because she believes that Europe offers a higher educational training of the degree program of her choice. I believe in this but I’m not sure if I can send her there. I don’t know if she will be okay being alone in a foreign land knowing that I can’t watch over her. However, I also want her to attain better education that Europe can offer. Will it really be okay for her to study there?

Hi @melissa45 !

How old is your daughter?

I think sometimes, as hard as it can be, you need to accept that your daughter is growing up and sometimes you need to let her pursue the choices that she makes.

Is there really no other local places that do the same qualifications and education?

October 08, 2018, 08:40:02 AM
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My daughter will be going to college next year and she wants to study abroad. She actually wants to go and study in Europe because she believes that Europe offers a higher educational training of the degree program of her choice. I believe in this but I’m not sure if I can send her there. I don’t know if she will be okay being alone in a foreign land knowing that I can’t watch over her. However, I also want her to attain better education that Europe can offer. Will it really be okay for her to study there?

Hi @melissa45 !

How old is your daughter?

I think sometimes, as hard as it can be, you need to accept that your daughter is growing up and sometimes you need to let her pursue the choices that she makes.

Is there really no other local places that do the same qualifications and education?

She's nearly 22. I've been thinking about is as well and I realized I should trust her. I know she will never break that trust, so I should trust her. That's the best thing I can do. I don't think there are local places for that same education. My daughter is certain Europe offers well. Thanks!