3 Tips For Future Students of Foreign Universities
- January 1, 2019
- Posted by: administrator
- Category: study abroad consultants in Dubai
With the beginning of New Year, graduates of schools and universities begin to think about studying abroad. Many students are still at the stage of thinking about whether it is worth studying abroad at all, but some are already seriously choosing the school of their dreams. Years of experience has given me the opportunity to see how students are looking for educational institutions abroad. We know what questions the students ask, what information they are looking for on the Internet, and what stumbling blocks are in their way.
DON’T BE AFRAID TO WORK WITH THE AGENCY
Students are often afraid to work with an educational agency because they are afraid to trust. But our task is to organize and at the same time facilitate the process of paperwork. You can spend more time learning, while we control the enrollment process for you. As practice shows, working with overseas education consultants increases the chances of entering universities and colleges abroad.
FIRST OF ALL, CHOOSE THE COUNTRY IN WHICH YOU WANT TO LEARN
We see that students usually try to choose a university, not a country of study, or want to apply to universities that are located in different countries. On the one hand, this is correct, because in this way, you expand your circle of opportunities in studying abroad. But on the other hand, each country has its own individual requirements for international students. For example, in the UK, for admission to 1 course, you must complete an additional year of study in the International Foundation Program; in the US, students can enroll immediately in the first year of a bachelor’s program from an American university.
Choosing a country will give you and us the opportunity to correctly and correctly draw up an enrollment plan and prepare you for studying at a foreign university.
What influences the choice of country of study?
- The cost of training is different in different countries;
- The opportunity to study and work in parallel with a student visa;
- Ability to stay after graduation;
REALLY EVALUATE YOUR OPPORTUNITIES
Carefully read the requirements of universities, universities abroad do not make exceptions;
At the first consultation, we often hear from students: “I have a whole year ahead, I will have time to learn English, and it’s not difficult.” But when it comes time to take the exam, things are completely different. Suddenly, the student gets a low score, and of course he cannot get to the program on time. We advise you to immediately pass the entrance test in English or another foreign language in our office or in the office of our partners.
Do not look for universities abroad and study programs that do not exist or are simply useless
Study abroad education consultants often joke in the office that it is easier to create your own university than to find a study program upon request of a student. For example, a student plans to enroll in a law program at a university in America, or some specialties in medicine after grade 11. In the US, programs for such specialties are conducted by vocational colleges only after the student has received a bachelor’s degree. Some specialties are generally meaningless to search in certain universities or countries, because the presence of a certain specialty at a university abroad is determined by the need of the labor market.
Evaluate your budget.
After you have decided to study abroad, you need to understand how much you are willing to invest in training. Education in most countries of the world is paid for foreign students. You should also note that accommodation, meals, insurance – are paid additionally.