Destination UK – In this episode Ms. Kunjal Sakhrani talks about UK as a destination for studying abroad. The United Kingdom comprises of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. In terms of popularity, the UK is second to the US and offers high quality teaching and a diverse array of programs to choose from. UK has some of the world’s finest institutions, which offer education of the highest standard. Generally the duration of Undergraduate degrees is 3 years and postgraduate courses last for 1 year. The fees for Undergraduate may range between £ 15,000 and £ 18,000 per year approximately. The fee for Masters Programs will be between £ 22,000 and £ 30,000. Tuition fees for MBA programs may be in the range of £ 28,000 to £ 32,000 annually. The fees will vary according to the university and subject chosen. Living costs may be between £ 7,200 and £ 9,000 per academic year. Generally British universities do not require an entrance test for undergraduate studies. A GMAT score may be needed for certain post graduate programs. However, you will need to prove that you are proficient in English. So you will have to submit either an IELTS or TOEFL score irrespective of the program and level of study you are planning to pursue. All undergraduate applications in the UK are managed and processed through a centralized application service called UCAS….Universities and Colleges Admissions Services. Post graduate applications are generally submitted directly to the university, except a few which are submitted through UKPASS (UK Postgraduate Application and Statistical Service). Studying in UK can be a wonderful experience.
GRE/GMAT as we all know is a standardized test taken by prospective students as a part of their application for Masters Courses in Business, Management and MBA. The Universities use these test scores to assess an applicant’s potential.
Choosing the right university to study abroad has always been a question with many different answers. Like earlier, we had discussed few points that need to be considered while making a university choice, but now we will guide you on how to choose the right university to study abroad and what other factors need to be taken under consideration.
Choosing the right career for students has rarely been a simple decision. With vast career options available, decision of pursuing one specific career can turn the decision from inspiring to overwhelming.
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is a language proficiency test given to individuals interested to work & study abroad where English is the primary language. In the previous article we discussed about myths & facts of English Proficiency exams.
With numerous course options to study abroad, why are we still confused about what course to select? Selecting a top/trending course to study abroad is something that all of us want, but while choosing a top course, you need to plan a proper career path.
In the previous article, we discussed study abroad myths and facts; now it’s time to discuss the entrance exams we need to take to study abroad.
After two years of the pandemic halt, we are now coming back to our routine, adapting to the ‘new normal’ and students are now free to travel to other countries following covid-19 regulations.
We have many questions about What, How & When to study abroad and make assumptions about it as well. No one ever said that studying abroad will be easy, it’s just about challenging yourself with unfamiliar situations.
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