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Things you should know before applying to study abroad

Posted on January 28, 2019
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Things you should know before applying to study abroad

In recent times there has been a massive increase in the number of students opting to study abroad. Studying abroad not only gives you a great education but also an experience of a lifetime.

It is important, however, to do your due diligence before heading to study abroad. Here are some things that you should know before applying to study abroad:

1. What do you want to study?

It is wise to focus on the course curriculum rather than the degree when applying to study abroad. Universities often offer you a degree based on your background, age-group etc. Since your career depends on it, it is important that you are clear about what you want to study.

2. Course structure

Universities abroad have different intakes, course structure, and teaching setup. These are often dictated by the professional requirements of the country. You should research well on the course structure that you intend to take up. In that way, you will be well aware of what you are getting into.

3. Entry requirements

Every University abroad has its own admission criteria and entry requirements. Some Universities may require you to appear for tests like GRE or GMAT. You should ensure that you have the right scores necessary for your admission. Also, if you do need to take a test then it is best that you appear for it well ahead of time. In that way, you will have your results ready at the time of applying to study abroad.

4. Scholarships

There are a number of scholarships available to international students. You should keep a tab on all the available scholarship options. The scholarship money will not only contribute towards your tuition fee but also help you to travel during your course abroad.

5. Research on current students and alumni

It is wise to track the career progression of alumni from your University. It will help you get an insight into what to expect from your degree in the next few years. Social media tools like LinkedIn can come in handy to track the current students as well as alumni.

6. Plan your finances

It is important to check your financials before applying to study abroad and not vice-versa. You should ensure that you can afford the course that you choose to study abroad. Planning ahead can help in choosing a course as per your budget, as per Entrepreneur India.

7. Visa norms

Visa regulations are different for different countries. Before applying to study abroad, you should check on all the visa options available for you. Besides the Student Visa option, you should also check other visas which may allow you to work in the country.

8. Language skills

If you choose to study abroad in a non-English speaking country, it is advisable to learn the basics of the local language. If you are familiar with the local language, your transition becomes smooth in that country.

9. Passport and other documents

Check the validity of your passport to ensure that it covers the entire visa duration. You will need to go through a lot of hassles if your passport expires before your visa does. Also, ensure that you have all the documents as mentioned in the Student visa checklist.

Y-Axis offers a wide range of Visa and Immigration products as well as services for aspiring overseas students including Student Visa Documentation, 5-course search with admissions, 8-course search with admissions and Country Admissions Multi-country. Y-Axis offers diverse products such as IELTS/PTE One to One 45 min and IELTS/PTE One to One 45 min package of 3 to help the aspiring overseas students with the language tests.

If you are looking to Study, Work, Visit, Invest or Migrate Overseas, talk to Y-Axis, the World’s No.1 Immigration & Visa Company.

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