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(Bankrate) — As college tuition continues to skyrocket, studying abroad may appear an academic luxury. But for even the financially neediest of students, study abroad remains within reach, experts say. So instead of putting the brakes on your kid’s desire to roam the world, it’s time to get that passport ready.  “The biggest thing in study abroad, if budget is a big concern, is that the student plan ahead,” says Brett Berquist, executive director of the Office of Study Abroad for Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich. “An awful lot of students, particularly in public schools, end up making the choice of study abroad toward the end (of their academic career). And when they wait that long, they often miss the opportunity to really compete for big scholarships.”

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