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A guide for Indian students to study overseas
Submitted by leena2410 on 21/04/2011 - 11:11 PM

Why study abroad?

Ever since globalization arrived to touch all aspects of our life,
there has been one trend that is discernible till date. It has been in
the field of higher education - graduation and thereafter. It is the
trend of Indian students intending to study abroad. The increasingly
international outlook towards academics and employment has spawned a
generation of students who are looking to study abroad or work abroad
and explore greater career prospects for themselves overseas.

Though the major attraction of an overseas education is from a future
employment perspective, there are plenty of other factors that make
studying abroad a rewarding and fulfilling experience - the opportunity
to discover and experience a different culture, the chance to acquire
life-skills and the sheer joy of making friends from all around the

Study in UK

Higher education in the UK stands out for two reasons in particular:
the international renown of UK research and the long history of its
education institutions. The UK also has some of the world's most modern
facilities, which means you'll get access to cutting-edge technology,
leading teachers and professors in their field and excellent academic
support. Studying in the UK, which houses over 410,000 international
students at any time from around the globe, means you’ll be studying
alongside a variety of students who all bring their own experiences to
the classroom.

Education in the UK is also highly cost-effective as undergraduate
and postgraduate courses here tend to be more intensive than in most
other countries. As a result, students gain an internationally
recognised qualification and are ready to enter their career of choice
relatively quickly. Read more

Study in USA

The sheer number of world-class institutes of higher learning is one
of the key factors that has made the USA the premiere destination for
students from all over the world. International students flock to the
USA in large numbers to sample the wide array of courses on offer,
ranging from highly academic programmes like nuclear physics to very
creative courses like art and film direction.
The comprehensive curriculum offered at these institutions is valued by
students and employers alike.

The qualifications and credentials earned by studying in US colleges
and universities are recognised in every part of the world.
Traditionally securing top positions on global university ranking lists
are the Ivy League institutions as well as other top American
institutions like MIT, University of California and Stanford, among

Study in Singapore

A diverse cultural and linguistic heritage, a thriving modern
economy, a global centre of commerce and trade with one of the world's
most business-friendly economies – there are some of the main reasons
that attract international students to Singapore.
The combination of Asian schooling and Western-style practices has made
Singapore an educational hub in Asia, and a number of international
institutions, such as INSEAD, MIT, University of Chicago amongst other
top-ranked global universities, have created satellite campuses there to
serve as a launch pad for their entrance into Asia. 

Study in Australia

Australia is one of the leading destinations for students who are
looking to study abroad, with the number of international students on
the rise every year. The low cost of living and tuition fees and
excellent lifestyle and weather make it a highly popular destination for
students from all over the world. The major cities are Sydney,
Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin, Hobart and the capital,

An outdoor lifestyle and love of sports punctuates Australian life.
With more than 80 per cent of Australians living within 50 kilometres of
the coast, urban and secluded beaches are popular for leisure and
holiday activities. 

Study in Malaysia

Malaysia is a country of contrasts, right from its varied landscapes
to its cultural diversity and the abundance of educational and business
opportunities. There are two parts to the country, 11 states in the
Peninsula of Malaysia and two states on the northern part of Borneo.
Malaysia’s central location in South-East Asia ensures a year-round
tropical climate. Kuala Lumpur is the capital and a thoroughly modern

Another attractive feature for international students in Malaysia is
the permit to work while studying, as well as the relatively simple
immigration procedures for those who qualify for a student pass.

Study in New Zealand

International Students opting to study in New Zealand can expect to
enjoy a varied lifestyle and a safe, friendly environment during their
tenure of study. The small island nation is renowned for its stunning
scenery and the hospitality of the locals, and the warm Kiwi welcome
extends to everyone. A population of 4 million means it’s never
overcrowded wherever you go and the abundance of natural beauty across
the two parts of the country - North and South Island – makes it an
ideal destination for outdoor sports such as bungee jumping.

Both North and South Island boast a range of unique cities with a dazzling array of culture and entertainment on offer.

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