Guide for Studying Abroad
Many students want to Study Abroad and yet there are still some misconceptions in the minds of parents and students. In this episode, Suchitra Surve speaks about the basics of going abroad to abroad. Students seeking education abroad consulting Mumbai can approach Growth Centre for professional guidance.
Typically, students go abroad for undergraduate and post graduate courses. USA has always been a preferred destination along with UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Singapore. Europe, Hong Kong, China and Russia are some of the emerging destinations. Students choose to study abroad for better international exposure, courses, infrastructure, research facilities and making international friends
The popular courses which students opt for are Engineering, Computer Science, Business Management and Research courses. Courses like Physiotherapy, Sports therapy, Occupational therapy, Medical research, Biotechnology and Management are also chosen by students. One needs to understand and research the pathways, opportunities and placements and then choose the course, country, university, and prepare for the required entrance exam and accordingly start the application process.
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.
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.
Covid-19 has affected everyone but with increase in the number of cases everything is unpredictable. Given the current scenario, many international students are finding it difficult on how to face these challenges that has affected the education sector. In this…
Explore Study Abroad Options After Exam Cancellation – Postponed Exam – Needless to say, even if the exams have been cancelled or postponed, we need to keep ourselves updated and plan about what’s next? Those who planned or were considering to study abroad especially, need to start planning. For …
Study Abroad in Sweden-In this episode Ms.Suchitra Surve talks on Sweden as a destination for studying abroad. Sweden is one of the largest country in Northern Europe, the third-largest country in the European Union and the fifth largest country in Europe by area. The..
In this episode Ms. Suchitra Surve talks Study Abroad in Norway. Norway is a Scandinavian country encompassing mountains, glaciers and deep coastal fjords. Oslo, the capital, is the city of green spaces and museums. The country shares a long eastern border with…
In this episode Ms. Suchitra Surve talks on Denmark as a destination for studying abroad. Denmark is a Nordic country in the northern Europe. It consists of the largest island of Zealand, Funen and Lolland-Falster and 429 other named islands between the North Sea