I will be attending college soon and I'm still unsure which foreign language to study (almost a universal degree requirement).
Spanish - I have already studied it for five years, and am already at the point where I could easily survive in a Spanish speaking country. However, studying abroad could essentially make me fluent and could land me in Barcelona, Buenos Aires, etc.
French - As a speaker of both English and
Spanish, French would be rather easy and quick to learn. The options for studying abroad would be great too. However, it's typical to see Americans who know French, thus decreasing its employable value.
Arabic - I have always revered Arabic history and culture, and have many Arab friends. I believe studying Arabic would be a fulfillment of this reverence. However, it is obviously extremely difficult to learn and consumes a lot of time. Also, Morocco seems to be the only study abroad option. Yet, few know Arabic and thus it is extremely employable.
Considering that my career interests are international business/politics, and that I desire some fun in college, which choice would be the wisest?