Studying abroad is always a good thing, it gives you a wider background, apart from looking excellent on your resume. I would say USA for chemical engineering, see the link below for the best USA Universities.
I would definitely add, to be aware that since the 9/11 aftermath, there have been more background investigations on Student Visa--just be prepared to showcase your entire history when applying for a STUDENT VISA to the USA.
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http://www.in-cites.com/research/2005/april_4_2005-1.html Studying abroad doesn't just help you academically... it enriches you in many other ways, as a person, it exposes you to so many experiences. You will gain much more by going abroad than by going straight into industry, if you can - do it. You won't regret it and will have the memories forever! Definitely take the chance, I did and don't regret it for a second. y do u want to expose to other teaching methods?wht i feel i-is..u better continue where u r it help u to succeed. SURE! EXPOSURE, does WONDERS for US. Yeah do it! The benefits are many. USA? mah! If you're gonna go that way, head to Canada. Aus would be cool as would Singapore, but beware some people can't deal with life in Singapore. Can sometimes be too 'nice' YES!
what an incredible opportunity to experience new things, & new culture! it will certainly open your mind and open greater opportunities as well in life when you return.
but always follow your heart, and do lots of research first, because one place might be better for you than others. never do anything blindly- without checking out references. be safe!
and another thought- do it while you are young and don't have major responsibilities, because you may regret it later in life.
good luck! Go. Pay most attention to your studies. Do not explore on your own alone. Have more than one companion with you. Make good friends you can rely on for guidance, preferably someone who has been there before, or longer, or has lived in the area. Do not get involved with any cults, oddball organizations or philosophies or religions that will take you out of the sphere of traditional USA values. Respect local cultures. Do not criticize others values. They may think yours are just as odd. Be upbeat as much as possible, a good and respectable emissary of your home country
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