Everyone in the study abroad field believed it could greatly impact a student’s life, but the exact long-term benefits were unknown—until now.
Thousands of universities around the globe market their prorams of study to attract the students. Once you meet their criteria they will offer you admission.
There are also programmes which operate with the United States, Canada, Latin America, China, South Asia, Australia
and New Zealand, Africa, the Pacific and Caribbean. All of these have an individual focus, often on postgraduates.
Benefits of Study Abroad
- Academic interest
- Learning skills
- Career prospects
- Wider knowledge
- Change of scene
Video: Why Study Abroad and how to find Funds
There are a lot of motives to achieve their goals thousands of students opt study abrod.
The first large-scale survey to explore the long-term impact of study abroad on a student’s personal, professional, and academic life shows that study abroad positively and unequivocally influences the career path, world-view, and self-confidence of students.
Applying Study Abroad involves some common steps. You must be prepared for such step while you decside to go for study abroad.
Studying abroad may be that defining moment in your education that will change your life. Nothing will be quite the same after you have studied abroad. Your perspectives will be global, your attitudes will be international and you will have memories that you will carry forever. Your resume will be more attractive, in some cases your language proficiency will be advanced, and you will have developed lifelong friendships.
Decision of International Education is highly expensive one. When the students go to study abroad they are on the threshold of their career. Thus the decision needs to be well thought.
List of Accreditation Agencies Worldwide
If you are interested in any foreign degree, you can check by responsible Accreditation agency in that country.
Why to check Accreditation
The important factors that should be considered for International Education are listed below :
The decision of the course you choose to study should be of the utmost importance. While choosing the programme students should keep in mind your present qualification and the future career. There are two types of programme:
Specialist programme means pursuing further studies in the same field and acquiring specialized knowledge on your present qualification eg A Student has studies BSc Chemistry and is going abroad to study MSc in Chemistry
It means changing your field and doing your Masters in a subject which is different from your Bachelors eg If you have passed your BSc IT qualification and now planning to go for MSc in Business Management. A conversion programme is generally available in the field of Business, Management, Computing and IT only.
While choosing the University the student should keep in mind the ranking of the University. Further to this the student should not forget his or her percentage also. They should understand that higher the ranking of the University higher will be the admission criteria (entry drequirements) as well as the fees structure.
International Education can be very expensive as sometimes you tend to spend more than you intended to. Usually when the students go abroad they have an illusion that they will be able to recover their tuition fees by working part time which is not true. The student should keep in mind that when you go to study abroad they will have to bear the fees for the university. Thus the student should fix a budget and look for Universities accordingly.