Going abroad for learning and training is a good opportunity to obtain new skills and competences, to broaden one’s horizons, to expand one’s social networks, to become acquainted with a new country and the locals there. Many young people take a semester or two at a university abroad or embark on a voluntary work experience in another country. An increasing number of students take their whole degree at a foreign university. For guidance practitioners that are already working, there are opportunities for professional development, for example, international study visits and training courses.