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Canada

Demographic: As per the study by the US News & World Report, Canada has been named the third best country in the world for education and first in quality of life. Canada is known for good government and a high degree of individual freedom. Canada is a high-income country with a high degree of political stability and a high quality of life. The average life expectancy in Canada is more than 82 years. International students have the option to work while studying and can eventually apply for permanent residency. The Indian community has a strong presence in Canada.

 

Courses offered: Canadian system offers courses like MBA, Engineering, Law, Language and Tourism etc and also offers some niche programs like Performing Arts, Cyber Security, Photographic Archiving and neuroscience etc. As per the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Canada is amongst the top 3 countries in the world in spending per capita for public post-secondary education.

 

How English Language Is Important: The two languages spoken and used in the CANADA are English and French. Aptitude in English is expected and students need to appear and score high in any of the English-proficiency test, IELTS, PTE or TOEFL. The minimum score for admissions differs according to the course, university, college or institution. There are certain courses for for which GRE/GMAT score is needed.

 

Work permit: International students have the option to work while studying and can eventually apply for permanent residency.

 

Scholarships: Most scholarships are merit based and some of them are specially targeted for Asia/Pacific region. There are two types of scholarships:

  1. Merit Based Scholarships: As the name suggests this type of scholarship is awarded to students having exceptional score in academics or having exceptional talent in any field.
  2. International Undergraduate Scholarship: These are received by those students who have qualified for some undergraduate course in Canada and fulfill the conditions laid out by the provider of the scholarship.

 

Enrolment Guide:

  1. Get all the academic documents in place.
  2. Submit the application which should be supported by statement of purpose.
  3. Appearing in IELTS/TOEFEL etc helps.

 

Applying for Student Visa:

The launch of Student Direct Stream (SDS) by the Canadian High Commission has made getting student visa very simple. Students who apply to the colleges under (ACCC) Association of Canadian Communities Colleges get their visa processed faster and other benefits. If the score of IELTS is 6 students get their visa faster.

The primary requirement to secure Study Permit Application under SDS is to have an unconditional offer letter from university and college.

Health insurance is mandatory for all international students.

For details visit site https://www.immigration.ca/

 

Accommodation:

There are several options available as far as accommodation in Canada is concerned.

  1. Hostels provided by the university which have all the basic amenities
  2. Home stay which is similar to paying guest system in which families accommodate students and provide them with an independent room with all the amenities.
  3. One can stay in independent flats which are slightly expensive if one wants privacy.

New Zealand

Demographics: New Zealand is ranked 8th among world’s happiest countries and is home to some of the world’s best universities. New Zealand provides modern research facilities and resources.New Zealand is a country full of scenic beauty, and the citizens are warm and welcoming

 

Courses offered: Popular study courses are Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Humanities, Digital Design, Business Management, Agriculture, Fashion Designing, Food & Hospitality etc.

 

How English Language Is Important:The eligibility criteria for New Zealand universities are similar to any other country. Your IELTS/PTE/TOEFL scores will play an important role in admissions. And the admissions are completely based on the merit of the applicants. English being the primary language, international students are expected to have sufficient knowledge of English language.

 

Work permit: After completing Bachelor’s/Masters/Post Graduate Diploma Studies, you can avail post study work permit for up to 3-years. This is a great opportunity for anyone who wishes to gain experience in New Zealand.

The fact that students can support their education with paid part-time work is one of the added advantages in choosing New Zealand.

 

Scholarships:

While several scholarships, ranging from 10% to 50% of tuition fee, are offered directly to students who are eligible according to merit or similar parameters.

There are other types of scholarships also available. For these scholarships the applicant has to sit for a test and getting these scholarships depends on the score obtained in the test.

For PHD students New Zealand provides New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarship (NZIDRS) and New Zealand Commonwealth Scholarship.

Source: www.immigration.govt.nz

 

Enrolment Guide:

  1. Get all the academic documents in place.
  2. Submit the application which should be supported by statement of purpose.
  3. Appearing in IELTS/TOEFEL etc helps.

 

Applying for Student Visa:

Once the course is decided and the admission is granted to reside in New Zealand for higher studies; getting a student Visa is a matter of 2 to 3 days time

 

Accommodation:

There are several options available as far as accommodation in New Zealand is concerned.

  1. Hostels provided by the university which have all the basic amenities
  2. Home stay which is similar to paying guest system in which families accommodate students and provide them with an independent room with all the amenities.
  3. One can stay in independent flats which are slightly expensive if one wants privacy.

Singapore

Demographics: Singapore is a young vibrant country. It is also home to world-class top-ranking universities. In a very short span of time Singapore has achieved a reputation of highly advanced in infrastructure and technological knowhow. It is also among world’s most affordable study destinations. The courses offered here are world class and are recognized globally. The job options during the work and post completion of the courses are tremendous. Singapore is also known as “little red dot city”. It has a diverse culture. While the natives are Chinese, Malay, Eurasian and Indians are present in significant proportions.

 

Courses offered: Singapore attracts students for its Management programs. It also offers very modern and advanced Engineering courses. One advantage for the Engineering students is that they can pursue Computers and IT along with Engineering. Other popular courses offered by various universities are Banking and Commerce, Tourism and Hospitality, Fashion design etc

 

How English Language Is Important:Unlike other countries most of the Singaporean universities do not make it mandatory to take IELTS/TOEFEL/PTE exams. It does not mean that English is not required but it means that rules are little relaxed. The rules though are different from university to university and course to course. One has to confirm from the counsellor so as to what is not required.

 

Work permit: One has the option of working during their course to support themselves. They can also stay after the course is completed to work. T&C*

Student visa: : All the students should have a Singaporean visa beforehand. This is called student pass. They should have all the documents including bank statement which shows that the have enough money to support their stay in Singapore.

For details visit site https://www.mfa.gov.sg/Overseas-Mission/New-Delhi/Consular-Services/Visa-Information

 

Scholarships:

There are many scholarships available for international students on undergraduate and postgraduate level.

  1. Singapore International Graduate Award (SINGA): This is funded by Singapore Government for international students interested in Post –Graduate degree in science and engineering doctorate programs.
  2. NTU Fully Funded Nan yang Undergraduate Scholarships: students who wish to pursue courses offered by Nan yang Technological University (NTU) are eligible for this award.
  3. ADB-Japan Scholarship Program for Developing Countries in Asia and the Pacific: The Asian Development Bank and the Japanese Government through ABD-Japan Scholarship Program (ADB-JSP), provide scholarship programs for graduate and post graduate students.

 

There are many more scholarship programs to help students to complete their studies without obstacles.

 

Accommodation:

International students have multiple options depending upon their budget in choosing accommodation. They can live off or on campus. Private hostels are also available. The cost depends on the location one chooses. It helps to plan for accommodation before arriving,

Australia

Demographics: Australia is among the happiest nations and one of the best countries to live in. It has some of the best cities for students to live in based on affordability, quality of living and opportunities of employment. The best colleges in the country are situated in cities like Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Melbourne, and Perth. The locals are warm and friendly.

 

Courses offered: The colleges and universities of Australia have an advantage of having a variety of courses in their curriculum. Almost all the colleges and universities provide specialized courses. Students can choose their subjects depending upon their area of interest and also take up combinations if they want to. One also has the option of choosing full time or part time course. The popular courses are Engineering, Law & Administration, Hospitality & Tourism, Mathematics and Computing, Visual & Performing Arts, Information Technology, Health Sciences, Agriculture, Education, Communication, Science, Social Studies, Humanities etc.

 

How English Language Is Important:Like most of the English-speaking nations the students need to crack TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or PTE (Pearson Test of English) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System) to get admission in a desired college

 

Work permit: Students can work for up to 40 hours but only after their course commences. In case work is a normal part of their curriculum then this limit does not apply. Students that fall under the Post Graduate Research Sector can work for unlimited hours when the research work or doctoral thesis begins. After completing their studies, students may apply for a Post Study Work Permit.

Student visa: : Generally, it takes 2 to 30 days to get the visa formalities done. One needs to apply for student visa (subclass 500). To acquire a visa, you are required to fulfil certain other criteria including providing genuine financial capacity data, level of English knowledge, health insurance, a justification of gap years (if any) among others

For details visit site https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas

 

Scholarships:

There are many scholarships available such as

  1. Go Clean Awards: It is merit based and available for Business, Engineering, Science, Computers, Humanities, Medicine, Law courses.
  2. Forktip Women’s Innovation Scholarships: It is based on need and merit basis and is available for women pursuing Business, Engineering, Science, Computers, Humanities, Medicine, Law courses.
  3. Dr Abdul Kalam International Undergraduate Scholarship- Computers (Bachelors): It is available on merit based and is available for computer courses only.
  4. Monash International Merit Scholarship (PG): It is based on merit and is available for Business, Science and Computers.

 

There are many more.

 

Enrolment Guide:

  1. Compilation of all necessary documents.
  2. All the necessary payments should be done and one should apply at the concerned department.
  3. Additional documents should be produced if required.
  4. One has to keep track of their application.
  5. If one is under 18 years then one should have appropriate welfare arrangements.

 

Accommodation:

There are several options available as far as accommodation in Australia is concerned.

  1. Hostels provided by the university which have all the basic amenities
  2. Home stay which is similar to paying guest system in which families accommodate students and provide them with an independent room with all the amenities
  3. One can stay in independent flats, its good option for someone who is discreet about privacy; however it turns out to be slightly expensive

UK

Demographics: UK is a country rich in cultural heritage and academic excellence. The degrees from the colleges and universities of UK have a high value among the employers globally. The advanced research faculty, the research intensive study program opens lucrative career options worldwide. It is highly regarded and an attractive study destination among Indian students. UK has a population of about 68 million. Indians contribute about a fifth of this number. UK is a mix of rich heritage and traditional education and is a hub of knowledge.

 

Courses offered: United Kingdom has around more than 400 universities which offer around 4000 courses or more. In UK students have more opportunities and career options when it comes to finding the best fit. Some of the popular courses are Computer Science, Engineering, Architecture, Mathematics and Statistics, English literature, Creative Arts, Law, Cyber Security, Psychology, Science, Bioscience, Medicine, Dentistry, History, Graphic Designing, Interior Designing, Business Management, e-Commerce and many more.

 

Knowledge of English is Mandatory:UK is an English-speaking country. To get admission in its colleges or universities one has to crack English language proficiency tests like IELTS, PTE, and TOEFL etc.

 

Work Permit:

  1. Students who are studying for a degree level can work 20 hours per week paid/unpaid.
  2. Language students can work for a maximum of 10 hours paid/unpaid during course term.
  3. Full-time work is allowed in vacations.
  4. Self-employment is not permitted, like any freelance or consultancy work.
  5. Tier 2 work permit is required for full time work.

 

Student visa: : UK has simplified the visa process by introducing point based system. The student has to get 40 points to be eligible for visa. The student should have CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance) from the concerned university.

For details visit site https://www.gov.uk

 

Scholarships:

Getting a scholarship in UK is highly competitive. But is not a point of concern for meritorious students. Some universities provide scholarships exclusively for Indian students. Apart from these there are scholarships like Commonwealth Scholarship, DFID Scholarship and Chevening Scholarship are available. It is important to take into consideration that not only they are highly competitive their application deadline is way before the session. Others are Clarendon Scholarship at university of Oxford, Edinburgh Global Research Scholarship, University Of Sussex Chancellor’s International Scholarships etc.

 

Enrolment Guide:

The documents should be filled carefully, while providing information full transparency should be maintained. In case of fake/incorrect information the student would be banned from entering the country let alone studying there.

 

Accommodation:

There are several options available as far as accommodation in UK is concerned.

  1. provided by the university which have all the basic amenities
  2. Home stay which is similar to paying guest system in which families accommodate students and provide them with an independent room with all the amenities
  3. One can stay in independent flats though they are slightly expensive

 

In UK the expenses of a student depend on accommodation, location and scholarship options. UK provides a lot of short-term courses which are cost effective. But overall the expense in any country depends on the lifestyle of the student

US

Demographics: The U.S. is the dream destination for students aspiring to study abroad. The U.S. is a technically advanced country. It’s a country of unlimited resources. Its worldwide commitment to deliver quality education makes it lucrative for the students. The larger than life image of Hollywood is not an illusion and the students realize this as soon as they land on U.S. soil. The U.S. is home to people belonging to different parts of the globe having different traits, cultures, ethnicity and social structures. This gives an opportunity to the students to interact with people of different cultural backgrounds. This in turn helps them in their personality growth and paving their path as a global citizen.

 

Courses offered: The enormous size of US and the affluence that exists there has contributed in building some world class institution. Today The U.S. has more than 4000 different universities and colleges providing degrees and campuses which are more than any other country can provide. The flexibility of the courses offered gives the students an opportunity to study combinations of courses as per their desire. They can also do part /full-time job along with the courses and this makes this destination very rewarding for the students as well as the employers. U.S. offers all the possible courses that one can think of under the sun

 

How the English Language Is Important:As in any other English speaking countryhere too one should have a good TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or PTE (Pearson Test Of English) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score. For management programs, the students are also required to take certain other tests such as GRE, GMAT, etc.

 

Work Permit: Students who are interested in working can opt for Optional Practical Training (OPT) which is a one year work and stay back permit. This work permit is of two types i.e. one is pre-completion (OPT) which can be used while one is doing the course and the other is post-completion (OPT) which can be utilized after one has completed the course. If a student has an F1 visa he or she can work up to one year temporarily in an area in which he is doing his majors. Otherwise, a student can do odd jobs such as working in cafes, working as a babysitter, working as teaching assistance, tour guide, library monitor and many more for a little extra cash.

 

Student visa: The students should be careful in the documentation process while applying for a US visa as their laws are very stringent. Even if you get admission in a topmost college, further admission process still depends on the visa process. There are 3 types of visa: F1 student visa, J1 Exchange Visitor Visa and M1 Vocational/Non-Academic student visa. The type of visa one wants depends on the course applied for, duration of the course, etc. For details please contact the visa consulate of the country or visit the site www.in.usembassy.gov.

 

Scholarships:

Studying in the U.S. is a little expensive. This is where scholarships come to the rescue. Scholarships are given in the form of a fee waiver. Getting these scholarships are in itself a task but it is not impossible for meritorious students. There are scholarships based on achievements in extracurricular activities. Some scholarships are:

  1. Stanford Reliance Dhirubhai Fellowship based on need and merit for a business stream.
  2. QS Undergraduate Scholarship based on merit for business, Engineering, Science, Humanities, computer streams.
  3. CCSE Undergraduate Scholarship based on merit for computers stream.

 

Enrolment Guide:

  1. Get all the academic documents in place.
  2. Submit the application which should be supported by a statement of purpose.
  3. Appearing in IELTS/TOEFL etc helps.
  4. It is mandatory to have an insurance policy for international students. It covers medical expenses and helps in any kind of medical emergencies

 

Accommodation:

There are several options available as far as accommodation in U.S.is concerned.

  1. Hostels provided by the university which have all the basic amenities
  2. Home stay which is similar to a paying guest system in which families accommodate students and provide them with an independent room with all the amenities
  3. One can stay in independent flats

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