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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They said the Premier has established a strong base of the banking sector to broaden horizons of the national economy to achieve a more diversified, sustainable economy.
With more than 15 years of success in the building trade, they have decided to broaden horizons and venture into kitchens.
The #MinistryOfCulture will seek to enrich individuals' way of life through initiatives that aim to establish dialogue, encourage understanding, and broaden horizons. #OurCultureOurIdentity
The talks touched on means to improve bilateral ties and broaden horizons of economic engagement between the two countries, a bid to serve and push forward the joint interests.
It is the starting point on the path of building a successful career, and a unique opportunity to broaden horizons, gain invaluable knowledge and skills, and to become a citizen of the world.
"The scientific aspects and technologies used in the sector will be harnessed to broaden horizons for students, leading them to innovate," she added further.
According to the agreement, the King Faisal University provides the researchers with a sum of 300 thousand Saudi riyals to produce excellent and original research that significantly broaden horizons in the treatment of cancer.
official expressed her country's full readiness to broaden horizons of economic and trade cooperation between the two countries to serve and push forward the joint interests.
New technologies can broaden horizons and provide new opportunities, but we do need to make sure that it is all in moderation.
The New Zealand Film Awards is a great way to start a promising career for many filmmakers, writers, producers and filmmakers.It is guaranteed that the New Zealand Film Awards will broaden horizons.
'New horizons' follow Sisi's visit: Bahraini Parlaiment By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 8 May 2017: President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi's visit to the Kingdom of Bahrain "will open new and broaden horizons in the joint relations between both countries at different levels", said Bahraini Parliament Speaker Ahmed Bin Ibrahim on Monday.
The meeting is part of DEWA's efforts to strengthen cooperation with international companies, and exchange best practices and experiences in the energy sector, to broaden horizons and achieve mutual benefits.
Citing the importance of holding events like the Teachers' Council, she noted that the feedback they receive from teachers will enable them to continuously improve and evolve their educational offerings across QM "to enrich lives, broaden horizons and stimulate the creativity within the community." The teachers also shared their opinions and feedback on QM's educational programmes and resources at the event, which was attended by QM CEO and Mansoor bin Ebrahim al-Mahmoud (also the adviser to HE the Chairperson) and Doha Film Institute CEO Fatima al-Rumaihi.
film young broaden horizons and inspired to their " A number of autism-friendly screenings of a number of films will also be offered, while and more than half of the screenings throughout the festival will be accessible to young people with a visual or hearing impairment through audio-description and subtitling
The Job Fair will also provide a platform, where recruiting faculty can expand knowledge, broaden horizons and network with colleagues from across the world.