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  • Foreign countries offer various options to international students

    The Coronavirus pandemic has altered the plans of many students who want to study abroad. The present uncertain situation has forced many students to postpone their plans to study abroad. But the good news is that the universities and governments in many countries have opted for relaxation of admission and visa requirements to lure international… Read More »

    May 29, 2020
  • Top 3 countries for immigration post COVID-19

    Life as we knew it will probably never be the same again. There is indeed much to be done in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. With a lessening in the rate of coronavirus infections across the world, it is indeed time to plan for the future that lies ahead. The economic impact of the… Read More »

    May 29, 2020
  • GRE wasn’t made in a day! A look at the basics

    The Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) is a standardized test conducted by Educational Testing Services (ETS). The scores obtained in this exam is counted when you try to study overseas, joining graduate-level schools to pursue master’s degree programs. GRE exam tests your abilities in the language (writing), analytical thinking, and mathematics. The scores of GRE are… Read More »

    May 28, 2020
  • An introduction to New Zealand’s top universities

    It’s amazing to know that the idea of study abroad in New Zealand could be leading you anyway to a university that is ranked among the best in the world. New Zealand has 8 universities, all of which come in world rankings at pretty good places. New Zealand’s higher education system is run with 18… Read More »

    May 28, 2020
  • Canada ready to accept incomplete study permit & PGWP applications

    International students who do their courses in Canada usually opt for a Post-graduation Work Permit or PGWP to build up sufficient work experience to apply for a PR status or go back to their home countries with a lesser debt to pay off in terms of study loans they might have opted for. Students who… Read More »

    May 26, 2020
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