I'm not sure why I feel obligated to say this, but I feel somewhat frustrated with the education I am receiving.
I'm not really sure what it is, but some of the professors I have at university are fantastic, others are not so much. It has nothing to do with a professor's intelligence, or how thick their accent can be, but it has to do with whether or not they actually take pride in what they are teaching.
Here's the simple truth:
If you don't like what you're teaching, neither will I.
I wish some professors understood that and I wish we were tested on grounds to explore our creativity, our problem-solving, innovation and our ingenuity; but that is an education that I can only dream of.
Don't get me wrong, I love my school and I love my classes, but there are just some people who make me loose interest in a previously interesting subject just because of how they like to teach the class.
Education is more than learning facts on a page, it's about gaining real life experience, trying out new things, not being afraid to fail, and most of all growing as a person. This is probably the main reason I am going abroad - because there are some things you cannot learn in a classroom.