Actually, studying abroad has not only advantages but drawbacks, too. It’s obvious one can get over there an internationally recognized degree, improve language skills, make friends and be acquainted with other culture or traditions. But to study in a foreign country costs a lot of money. One must be ready to get used to a quite different GPA, to live in a foreign environment and to bear a double load, that is, to master a profession and the language at the same time. The homesickness should also be added to this list of the shortcomings. Consequently, the grass is not always greener on the other side of the fence.