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52% students prefer specialized courses over reputed universities abroad: Nielsen Study

Posted on November 2, 2021
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Nielsen Study

According to the new survey given by the Western Union study commission, 52 percent of students who are willing to study abroad prefer special courses than reputed universities.

Highlights of Nielsen Study

  • 64 percent of students are choosing countries and universities that do not have entrance exams and Language proficiency tests.
  • 52 percent of students who intend to study overseas prefer to opt for specialized courses than reputed universities.

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Students seek to choose courses that are slowly rising to prominence instead of looking for top-grade universities that do not have these courses.

Most of them are looking for countries and universities that don’t have barriers like:

  • Qualifying to exams
  • Entrance exams
  • Mandatory Language proficiency tests like IELTS, GRE, PTE, etc.

Apart from these, students stated that financial planning also plays a key role in deciding to study overseas.

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This study found that 45 percent of students prioritize “self-dependence” and “live life on their own terms” as a driving force to explore overseas opportunities.

In contrast, 22 percent of students prefer to study in unconventional destinations like:

  • Ireland
  • Turkey
  • Spain

Courses like:

  • Data Analytics
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Digital Marketing
  • Cybersecurity
  • Ethical Hacking
  • Ecotechnology

are taking supersede compared to conventional university courses. Around 52 percent of students are selecting overseas education only because of the availability of these courses.

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