Hi azmi. I want to give you some correction.
studying in foreign countrystudying abroad to get the higher degree is becoming trendy , especially for the young generation.
Hi Azmi, this time I would only focus on your introduction. As the prompt asks you to explain the advantages and the disadvantages of the increase of studying abroad, your thesis statement should thoroughly cover both of them. However, your thesis statement is far from this instruction, it is, therefore, you are out off topic. To make a powerful introduction, several steps you need to do is that focusing the prompt initially and trying to understand well, then paraphrasing it by using your own word by directly going straight forward to the point. Making thesis statement comes as a second stage where you state clearly what the prompt requires. Here I give you an example.
(In the past, when students did a university degree, they tended to study in their own country.
Nowadays, they have more opportunity to study abroad)
Paraphrase of the question, which will be the background.
More students tend to study abroad as their preference to achieve their higher degree compared to several days ago.
While this trend will lead to outstanding educational quality and extensive experience, which would be gained by the students, such chance causes the learners more individual and they have to face with language barrier.