broaden (one's) horizons

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broaden (one's) horizons

To have a new experience. I'm really nervous to live at school, but I know I need to broaden my horizons and get some experience living without my family. I can't believe that Molly has never left the state before! She seriously needs to broaden her horizons!
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The exchange was a fantastic opportunity for the children to broaden their horizons by exploring a different culture that provided a meaningful contribution to international youth cultural exchange, helping prepare our students for their international future.
The association runs an International Travel Programme, where young farmer delegates annually have the chance to broaden their horizons by travelling to countries such as Austria, Canada,Tasmania and New Zealand.
Fewer and fewer English footballers feel the need to broaden their horizons.
Summary: ABU DHABI -- A new volunteer programme has been opened to students and professionals in the UAE looking to broaden their horizons.
Now indie rockers Orphan Boy are looking to broaden their horizons with a sophomore set designed to shake off the 'lad rock' tag that has stubbornly clung to them.
NORTH East firms are being urged to broaden their horizons and explore opportunities in China and Australia with the help of UK Trade & Investment.
TEESSIDE firms in the design and creative industries sector are being invited to find out how they can broaden their horizons at a special event in Harrogate.
WOMEN will be able to make new friends and broaden their horizons by joining a Solihull club looking for new faces.
NORTH East firms are being encouraged to broaden their horizons with a trip to the Middle East.
LOCALS and visitors alike can broaden their horizons during Conwy Walking Week next month.
It'll immediately broaden their horizons with ideas--perhaps on what to do with those gadgets.
THE landscape paintings of Renoir are encouraging Liverpool children to broaden their horizons.
Ruth Lomas, a manager at Yorkshire First, said: "This is a great opportunity for local people to benefit from university expertise in informal, local groups; whether they want to change career direction, access training for staff, learn new skills, progress to degree level, or simply broaden their horizons.
A resources section suggests reference works and websites and lists another 20 plucky females who left the security of home to broaden their horizons.
I wanted to widen their knowledge of other people's lives and cultures in different parts of the world and to broaden their horizons,' he says.