Students who choose to study abroad have various expectations and goals in their mind regarding their student life as well as their career. Common reasons for which postgraduates prefer to study abroad include the quality of the education system, technology advancement, diverse culture in institutes and a stable political environment. A considerable lot of the issues that international students encounter in changing in accordance with college life are increased for students from abroad. There is an expanding number of worldwide students studying in the UK, international students are confronted by a scope of issues and these can bring about diverse results. Additional to issues, the experience of the postgraduates who are studying abroad could be positive due to several factors. In this report, a qualitative research is conducted to understand the various degrees of experiences of the students who are studying abroad.This paper will investigate the perception of students about living in a different culture and what it means to them to learn the norms and values of another culture. In this regard, the study investigates what students say in regards to society in the full setting of their experience. Thus this allows us to understand the significance of the studying abroad from the real world experience of the students. The study will also see that how people from different cultures contribute to the experience of postgraduates while studying abroad. The study will also explore the satisfaction level of the students abroad about their decision in contrast to their expectations.The research work is structured on the basis of involvement theory. This theory introduces a straightforward and an essential methodology to understudy learning that can include different theories of student learning.