FAQ'S

How to choose a country for education?

To select a country for education, one needs to first define the course. Once the course to undertaken has been figured, look for its popularity in a particular country, the country that offers courses in that field and provides opportunities after study and while study will be an appropriate selection.
Factors like the budget stay back options, PR after studies etc. are also taken into consideration.

What test to take for which country?

Test requirements change from country to country. Among the most popular tests taken and accepted worldwide are IELTS, TOEFL, PTE, GMAT, GRE & SAT. These tests are conducted in order to test proficiency and aptitude of the applicant.

Information according to country:
  • Australia – IELTS, PTE, TOEFL
  • New Zealand – IELTS, PTE
  • United States of America – GRE, GMAT, SAT, TOEFL, IELTS
  • Canada – IELTS, TOEFLS, PTE
  • Unite Kingdom – PTE, IELTS, TOEFL

What is the total cost of studying abroad?

Cost for studying abroad is basically categorized
  • Tuition Fees
  • Cost of living – Food, accommodation, transportation and lifestyle needs.
How do I find accommodation abroad?

Generally, many universities and colleges offer on-campus accommodation. The students can either choose to stay on campus or select accommodation outside college. It is always preferred to stay on-campus in the initial years to save on cost of living. It is easy to commute and convenient to stay. Although, there are many countries where you find easy accommodation with meals and furnished set-ups. In many countries, there an authorized office that helps international students to find accommodation.

What do I need to do before I leave?

Make sure you consult an immigration coordinator in Office of International Affairs of the respective country. This process gets your documents reviewed, authenticated and signed before you leave.

Can a student apply as a transfer student?

Yes, a student can get transfer to a continue course abroad. It also depends on the course and other factors whether the university permits or intake is possible. Although, transferred students might have tighter schedules and more to consider when planning on going abroad.

Is it possible to work while studying abroad?

Work while studying is generally decided by the university one applies to. They decide particular number of hours in a week a student can work. Mostly, universities around the world allow students to work while they study. A student is allowed to work with certain regulations.

Will I need another language to study abroad?

Many countries do not demand it but having multilingual skills always helps a student abroad. The following are few common languages which students learn before or after moving abroad.

  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish
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