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Study Abroad

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Study Abroad

Study Abroad

Studying abroad opens opportunities for a bright Career

Studying abroad during your university education has an advantage on several fronts. Whether you want to go abroad for your university studies to pursue a particular field or if you would like to see a different part of the world, a study in abroad at a school that meets your criteria and supports your strengths will be a life-changing experience. That is one of the bright options after class 12th. It opens up opportunities in the international market and provides better exposure.

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Study Abroad with Scholarship

The most popular and important entrance exam to study abroad. Many colleges and universities consider the performance of the aspirant in these international entrance exams for giving scholarships to aspirants at the time of giving admission.

GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) 

The GRE General Test is one of the world’s largest assessment programs for graduate admissions and the exam is conducted by Educational Testing Service (ETS). GRE is the standardized exam required for graduate studies in English-speaking nations. GRE scores of candidates are accepted at thousands of graduate programs around the world, for masters and doctorate degrees.

 GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test)

The GMAT exam is a computer-adaptive test that assesses the candidates’ analytical writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills in standard written English. The cost of giving the GMAT Exam is the US $250.

IELTS (International English Language Testing System)

More than 10,000 organizations globally trust IELTS, so when you take the test you can be confident that it is recognized by educational institutions, employers, governments, and professional bodies around the world.

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) 

TOEFL is mostly undertaken by students who are planning to pursue higher education abroad. Appearing for TOEFL would also allow students to be eligible for several scholarships in over 11,000 universities and institutions worldwide.

SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) 

Students looking to enroll in the undergraduate programs in the US appear for their SAT. Most of the colleges in the US require SAT for admission to undergraduate courses. Apart from this, many schools also offer SAT scholarship money to students based on their SAT results.

ACT (American College Testing)

ACT, Inc., says that the ACT assessment measures high school student's general educational development and their capability to complete college-level work with the multiple-choice tests covering four skill areas: English, mathematics, reading, and science.

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Standardized Entrance Exam for Foreign Universities

Courses/Programs

Standardized Tests

Preferred English Language Tests on the Country basis

Undergraduate

SAT or ACT

·         TOEFL for US, Canada

·         IELTS or PTE for UK, Australia, New Zealand

·         CELPIP for Canada

·         CAE or CPE for UK

MBA

GMAT or GRE

·         TOEFL for US, Canada

·         IELTS or PTE for UK, Australia, New Zealand

·         CELPIP for Canada

·         CAE or CPE for UK

MS

GRE

·         TOEFL for US, Canada

·         IELTS or PTE for UK, Australia, New Zealand

·         CELPIP for Canada

·         CAE or CPE for UK

Certificate and Diploma

 

·         TOEFL for US, Canada

·         IELTS or PTE for UK, Australia, New Zealand

·         CELPIP for Canada

·         CAE or CPE for UK

Medical

MCAT

·         TOEFL for US, Canada

·         IELTS or PTE for UK, Australia, New Zealand

·         CELPIP for Canada

·         CAE or CPE for UK

Law

LSAT

·         TOEFL for US, Canada

·         IELTS or PTE for UK, Australia, New Zealand

·         CELPIP for Canada

·         CAE or CPE for UK


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Study in the USA 

The USA is a vast country, and every state is unique in its culture, climate, history, economy, and more. Every year, the country welcomes more than 1.1 million aspirants (Institute of International Education [IIE]) seeking to study in the USA to pursue an advanced degree from one of the globally renowned institutes of the world.

Why Study in the USA?

The United States is home to several thousand colleges and universities, boasting at least ten times as many campuses as in any other country. The United States is the number one and largest destination for international students seeking higher education overseas. The education system in the USA is the most versatile and flexible higher education system for international students in the world.

The United States of America boasts of a lion’s share when it comes to some of the high-ranked universities for higher education across the world. Times Higher Education ranks 15 American universities among its world’s top 20 universities. MIT, Stanford, Harvard, and Caltech are the top 4 universities in the world.

Scope and Career

Academic study and experience from a U.S. university have a very positive reputation in the international job market. A U.S. education dramatically enhances a student’s long-term career goals. The experience builds critical thinking skills, develops self-confidence and cross-cultural skills and all of these attributes are highly valued by employers worldwide.

Admission Process

Admission in aboard universities is done on the basis of entrance exam and English Language Tests like IELTS and TOEFL. The entrance exam basis which admission is done to universities abroad may vary from country to country. The student must make sure to go through the eligibility and entrance criteria of the respective university before applying. Another important thing to keep in mind is the visa terms and conditions of the country for which the student is applying.

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Study in Canada

Canada has a well-established position among the world’s leading study destinations. High-quality education with affordable tuition fees is one of the reasons for its popularity among study abroad aspirants. Although they have various options to choose from, most of them prefer to study management and science courses at the universities in Canada.

The most popular Canadian provinces for international students are Ontario, British Columbia, and Quebec, which are home to many of the top universities in Canada. According to the QS News World University Ranking of 2020, 25 universities of this country were included in the list of the top-ranking universities of the world. THE World University Ranking of 2020 included 35 universities of Canada amongst the total institutions included in the list.

Admission Process to Study in Canada

A master's program in this country can be completed within 1.5 to 2 years while a bachelor's degree has a duration of 3 to 4 years. Some of the popular programs are business, engineering & technology, medicine, and arts. Students applying to a Canadian university not associated with any of the above portals can submit the application directly via the institute’s official website.

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Study in the United Kingdom (UK)

The United Kingdom is one of the prominently celebrated study-abroad destinations that attracts millions of international students representing over 86 countries across the globe. The UK welcomes almost 460,000 international students from around the world each year. Having built a world-class education system, higher education in the UK is a model for many countries around the globe.

Scope and Career

According to the survey results of Higher Education Statistics Agency UK, nearly 127,335 of the international candidates in the country are engaged in Business programs with 22,045 and 32,890 students respectively in the stream of Medicine and Creative Arts.

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Study in Australia

Australia is one of the top study destinations with an excellent education system. An increasing number of Indian students are opting for Australia to study abroad for its world-class education, post-study work opportunities and excellent quality of living.

Australian universities are among the world’s best-ranked universities. The country spends up to 250 million dollars per year in financial aids, scholarships and grants for international students to study in Australia. Altogether, studying in Australia is a dream come true for many Indian students. As per the current records, some of the popular nations from where the international student population came to study in Australi are- China, India, Nepal, Vietnam, and Brazil.

Documents Required for Admission to study abroad

Following are the documents required for admission abroad-

1. Completed application form

2. 10th Mark list and Certificate or a notarized copy of the certificate, or a translated copy of the Complete Secondary School Certificate by a notary from the Embassy in the student’s country.

3. 12th Mark list and Certificate or a notarized copy of the certificate, or a translated copy of the Complete Higher Secondary School Certificate, certified by a notary from the Embassy in the student’s country.

4. Birth Certificate in English or translated into English and notarized.

5. Passport with a minimum of 2 years validity (with clearly visible pages of the photograph, date of birth, and passport validity (date of issue & expiry)).

6. 10 photographs (4.5 x 3.5 cm, with minimum 70% face part visible)

7. Respective university’s Official Invitation Letter

8. Medical Health Certificate

9. HIV Test reports

10. Official Bank documents confirming full payment of the 1st-year tuition fee (required by some universities only)

11. Countries embassy’s legalization for all the documents

12. The Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi, must have authorized all archives.

13. Covid insurance and RT PCR test

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List Of Popular Universities To Study Abroad

US

Ireland

UK

Canada

Germany

University of Central Florida

Dublin City University

Glasgow Caledonian University

University of Toronto

Arden University

Auburn University

Dublin Institute of Technology

Birbeck University of London

McGill University

Kingston University

American University

IT  Sligo

Liverpool  John Moores University

University of Alberta

Berlin School of Business and Innovation

Florida International University

Maynooth University

Newcastle University

Mcmaster University

University of Applied Sciences, Europe

Hofstra University

Trinity College Dublin

University of Lincoln

University of British Columbia

Free University of Berlin