Are you some who has decided to continue his/her higher studies abroad? If yes, then check out our selection of frequently asked questions with regard to studying abroad. From where to study and what to study to common questions regarding student visas and IELTS requirements, we’ve answered a large number of questions that our students usually have.
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By choosing to study abroad you are presenting yourself an opportunity to further your education at an institution with world-class infrastructure. Additionally, the overall experience can also prove to be a major asset, both from a career and individual perspective.
This is more so dependent on your personal preferences in terms of your program you wish to do and lifestyle you wish to lead. If your decision is budget oriented, New Zealand, Canada and Europe are excellent options. However, if you are not constrained by budgetary regulations, then you can look into universities in UK, US, and Australia.
Firstly, you’ll need to decide on a country, once you that is decided, you have to think and do a bit of research to select the ideal program and university that best fits your requirements. For assistance in this regard, feel free to speak to Student Visa consultants.
Unfortunately, there Student visa requirements can vary from country to country and from one university to another. To avoid any hassles, be sure to check with preferred university before officially applying. In most cases, the students will be required to submit a proof of their language proficiency (IELTS, TOEFL) and also an acceptance letter from a recognized university within the country.
Generally, most international students are required to submit – a valid passport, a statement of purpose, curriculum vitiate, letters of recommendation, transcripts of previous education, IELTS or TOFEL test score, and GMAT or GRE test scores.
It is dependent on where you wish to further your higher studies, if you want to move to an English-speaking country such as the UK, US, or Australia, then a TOEFL or IELTS score is mandatory. However, if you wish to move to country within Europe where English is not the main language, then you’ll need to show your proficiency in that particular language through similar tests. For information, contact our consultants today!
The overall cost is more or less determined by where you wish to study, want to want to study and your own lifestyle preferences. If you are working within a certain a budget, feel free to let us know and we’ll help with a solution in line with your requirements.
Yes, there are number of universities worldwide that are offering scholarships and grants to international students. You’ll find relevant information about the scholarships at the specific university itself. If you require assistance in applying for the same, our team at DM Overseas Consultants will be more than happy to help!
This is more so determined by the clauses specified within your student visa. Although some countries outright do not allow their international students from working during their time within the country, there are certain countries that provide students with an opportunity to work and earn for a specified number of hours each month. To know more in this regard, send us an inquiry today!
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