World citizenship is seeing the world from a wide lens and being updated about the world's core social, political, economic, and environmental realities and trying to analyze it.

A global citizen is an individual who is aware of the world and has a sense of their role in it. They respect and value diversity, and are knowledgeable of and work against social injustices. Global citizens participate in communities at all levels (AIESEC as an example) and take responsibility for their actions and beliefs.

It will mean developing skills related to problem-solving, decision-making, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration. These five skills are becoming more and more essential to success in the workplace and life in general, and cannot be developed without active, self-directed learning.

The more internationally involved you get, the better equipped you will be with global skills for future career success. One must stay plugged in, as international trends continue to expand and shift.

Nearly every academic study topic can include and benefit from an international component and can help individuals become more global citizens.
To become a global citizen, one needs to be creative, flexible, dedicated, and proactive. Global citizens take an active part in the emerging international community and are committed to building this community's values and practices.

It will mean developing skills related to problem-solving, decision-making, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration. These five skills are becoming more and more essential to success in the workplace and life in general, and cannot be developed without active, self-directed learning. Therefore, one needs to know what's happening in one's community and the world to fix what needs to be fixed, starting from one-self to being a real global citizen.

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