Students that study abroad say that this experience will enable them to develop skills that will help them to better work in this increasingly diverse world. In fact, more and more millennials are studying abroad. In the 2014-2015 academic year, 310,000 students studied abroad. These students mostly came from the fields of STEM, social sciences and business. Of these students, sixty percent of them studied in Europe, largely in the countries of the United Kingdom, Spain and Italy. Personally, my study abroad experience in Oman, enabled me to develop skills such as communicating better with other cultures and diverse group of people that will help me to work better in an increasingly globalized and diverse world.