Studying is a life-changing decision and for a student who wants to study abroad, he/she has a checklist of things that need to be ticked off before making the final decision.
Are you ready?
Have you decided on a country?
Have you secured a place to study abroad?
What about the finances?
These are just few of the many questions that you need to have an answer for. Get prepared with our quick guide to studying abroad.
The Entrance Exam
The entrance exam you need to appear for varies from country to country, university to university and course to course. Research and find out which of the following exams you should be appearing for.
- Language Exam -TOEFL, IELTS, PTE
- Standardized Exam – GRE, GMAT, SAT, ACT, MCAT
The country you choose needs to favour your career. Decide if the country is right or not, by answering these questions.
- Is the course you wish to pursue available in that country?
- Is the country specialized in that sector?
- How is the placement scenario for international students?
- What is the average fees of education, accommodation etc.?
Figured out which country is best for you? Now move on to selecting the university, by answering these questions.
- Is the course you wish to pursue available in that college?
- Do your academic capabilities match the universities’ entry requirements?
- How is the fee structure?
- What are the documents required and what is the deadline for submission?
Once the university is finalized, take about a month to tick off all the entry requirements.
Look for an education loan provider who truly understands students’ needs, which begins when a student arrives at the overseas college. Right from pre-admission fees of some nominal amount to tuition fees to hostel term fees, Auxilo promises to support all expenses up to 100% in one-go.
You must understand that the procedures followed by universities abroad are not the same as Indian Universities. Also, there are a bunch of documents that you will have to submit as a part of your application. The most important one among these is the Statement of purpose / personal letter that you write stating why you want to get into the college of your choice.
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