“Not all study abroad experiences are equal,” said Ehl. “When interviewing students, companies pay careful attention to how the student describes their semester abroad; the rationale for choosing the location, university, etc.; and what the students state they gained from the experience.”
The more you prepare for your study abroad experience and the more you put into it while you’re there, the more you’ll get out of it. Plan a study abroad experience that will make employers want to invite you for an interview, just to hear more!