's Josh Irons was featured in the article "College Student's Guide to Going to School Outside of U.S." by Emily Driscoll yesterday. The article caters to graduating high school students weighing their options for higher education as well as graduating or post-college grads considering graduate school.

In your search for the college or university that's right for you, we'd like to introduce you to your abroad option. Believe it or not, more than 40,000 students are taking the leap to attend college abroad full time. And with these growing numbers it is certainly an education plan you should consider. Don't settle for reading and learning history from your textbooks, experience history and other countries and cultures by studying and earning your degree abroad.

Driscoll's article highlights the benefits of earning your degree abroad, as well as some important factors to consider before making this decision on a whim. On one hand, earning your full degree abroad will end up costing significantly less since degrees overseas generally take less than four years to earn and the average tuition cost is sometimes less than the U.S. average.

It's important to recognize the differences between U.S. education and foreign education systems as it's not for everyone. But, the benefits to studying abroad are endless as always. Do your research and weigh your options when considering attending college abroad, and for more tips and a breakdown of everything you should consider read the full article here: College Student's Guide to Going to School Outside of U.S.