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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It makes a real difference to our students to hear about opportunities and progression routes from external sources and events like these really serve to broaden horizons and raise aspirations.
Thinking experience consists of the opportunities that people can experience different places and cultures and broaden horizons, as well as contemplative activities that involve introspection and meditation.
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.
It is guaranteed that the New Zealand Film Awards will broaden horizons.
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 bid organisers want to use City of Culture status to inspire future generations, to broaden horizons and build upon the North East's amazing cultural past and present.
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.
Students are encouraged to engage in extra-curricular opportunities, which build social skills and broaden horizons.
Al Tayer welcomed the new consul, wishing him success in his new diplomatic mission and outlined DEWA's prior work, and the ongoing development of services, reflecting 'DEWA's commitment to enhancing cooperation with Chinese energy companies, to broaden horizons and find mutually beneficial relationships'.
But Irish and Welsh clubs have spoken openly about a desire to broaden horizons, with further details expected after the talks.
Aspiring footballers from Under 9 to Under 11s were put through their paces by the boxing superstars and also played futsal and basketball as the club looked to broaden horizons and improve physical literacy.