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Wanna study abroad, this article is for you!

14 November 2018

Wanna study abroad, this article is for you!


We understand how difficult it could be to stay and study in a place you have never been to. Here are some of the important tips for those who want to pursue their further studies in abroad.


Choose your dream destination

The very first step towards your dream of studying in abroad is to choose the place where you would like to start your studies in. No country is the same throughout. Things vary significantly from region to region in terms of attitudes, geography, people, and culture. Therefore, search as much as you can and carefully select your dream destination for studies.


Pick up your interest

Next, you should be clear about what subject you want to choose for your career. Find out what these courses cover if these are of your interest or not, what is the future scope of the program you want to pursue and of course, what exciting area graduates have progressed onto!


Before you apply

Once you are ready to apply, just keep in mind there are several factors that must be taken into consideration, including the country's education system and study culture- it's likely to be very different to what you are used to but that’s one of the reasons why you’ve chosen to study abroad after all! You may ask the university any questions that you have about them by clicking on the ‘Contact institution’ tab whenever you see it on their site. This will allow you to begin a conversation with them; let them get to know you; and get all the information you need to make an informed decision about where you study.


Financing your studies

It won’t be possible to study abroad if you haven’t got the required finances. If you are all set to go abroad for studies, it’s always a good option to go for an educational loan for banks provide the loan to students with a considerable low-interest rate. Also, the process is also not much time-consuming. Once you get there, you can do any part-time job along with the studies to make some extra money.


Getting your visa

Not having the correct documentation for immigration can create a lot of nuisance, and in the very worst case, can get you being removed from your study destination even before you've completed your studies. To avoid such catastrophes, check:

1. If you need a visa to enter the country you want to study in.

2. You might be required to produce scores of English Language proficiency tests as part of your visa application and make sure your scores haven't got expired.

3. Make sure that your passport has at least 4-6 blank pages when you apply for a student visa.

4. Be sure to read the documentation requirements thoroughly and have everything in order before you submit.

5. When you apply for a visa you will always need to pay some kind of processing fee. So, be ready to pay.

6. Your visa may take time to get processed and may be subject to administrative procedures beyond your control. Therefore, apply early.


Housing and accommodation

You can live either on campus or off. On-campus accommodation is usually made up of various buildings with single or shared rooms similar to an apartment building. Meanwhile, off-campus accommodation can take many forms. This might be a university-run residence hall or one which is run by a third party organization, especially for international students. You can also rent a house or flat from a third party agent or landlord; the university will be able to recommend reputable agents and landlords who’ve housed students before, and there may even be a housing fair on campus at some point in the year. If international students would prefer a slightly different experience living in another country, they can also choose a home-stay option where they live with a host family in their own home, paying rent for a room.


Post-study life

After getting a degree from abroad, you have the opportunity to gain and brush-up valuable skills which employers seek in candidates, comprising fortitude with new people and language skills. You may even choose to remain abroad to work.

We hope this article cleared your doubts about studying in abroad and boosted up your confidence for the same. Go ahead, achieve your dreams and make your life big!