Top 10 FAQ's
To Ask Your Study Abroad Advisor
Studying abroad provides many advantages students can gain, such as: Broadening world views and ways of thinking by experiencing different cultures firsthand. Benefiting students with future career opportunities by providing more life experiences and personal connections.
Eligibility criteria vary from university to university but common between most of the universities are the following points:- IELTS/ TOEFL /PTE exams for English language proficiency. An average score of 60%-80% GRE/GMAT exam score.
It is recommended to begin your application process at least a year in advance and not less than 5 – 6 months, it will give you enough time for the applications to be processed and evaluated as well as plan for other important aspects such as finances.
English is a universal language. To prove a students efficiency in the language at the academic, personal and professional levels, they must take either the IELTS, TOEFL or PTE and submit their scores.
USA Fall Intake: September Spring Intake: January Australia Semester 1: February Semester 2: August Canada Fall Intake: August/September Spring Intake: January/February Summer Intake: limited programs intake in May
Family Funding – Parents can sponsor their children for education. Scholarships – Universities are providing scholarships based on merits. Education loans – Nationalised banks are providing education loans on standard rate of interest.
Many students may get culture shock, Climate change, homesickness, loneliness, financial issues, and language barriers. But these challenges can act an opportunity for self-improvement. Moreover, there are many resources available in all three countries. You may reach out to clubs, associations, counsellors, friends and family that may help with the challenges they are facing.
Hostel, home stay, shared apartments which vary based on location and university.
You can work 20 hours per week while studying and full time during vacations.
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