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Admission Process for Universities Abroad - Step by Step Process to Study Abroad

Update on 07 Feb, 23

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Admission Process for Universities Abroad -  Step by Step Process to Study Abroad

Deciding The Country:

In recent surveys that have been conducted where the opinion of thousands of students has been taken and registered regarding the factors that are most influential in deciding the country where they want to go for higher studies, most of the students gave different answers but the most repeated ones were relevant. Most students feel that the selection of the country where they want to spend the rest of their student life is based on the resources that the country can provide them with, to achieve their career goals. 

While there were also many, who felt that the culture and the living standards in the country also play a major role. Some have even stated that they would like to shortlist only those countries where higher education is free. Others said that countries, where the Universities are teaching a world-class curriculum and have high-quality teachers, are the ideal choice. Many students even gave priority to the fact that whether or not the country has an easy and less tiresome process of visa approval or not. From the above points and analysis of these opinions, any subject matter expert can tell you that the part of the world which can alone guarantee you all these requirements.

Arranging Funds:

The tuition fee that has to be paid to get admission into a foreign university is generally on the higher side when compared to the education fee a student pays in India. In order to ensure that you can pay the fee and assure the concerned authority in the foreign land about the same,  you must arrange the funds before you plan to go along with the paperwork. 

You can also search for scholarships that might be offered by the University Or the country itself to the Indian students willing to study in their nation. For the scholarships the process is a bit long and starts really early. Hence,  one must keep track of these notifications and prepare well if they want to secure a scholarship. 

Academic IELTS:

IELTS is essentially a language testing test which may be executed by the conducting agencies in two ways. The first is that form of IELTS which is undertaken by those who are looking to apply for admissions in courses in the foreign universities. It is also taken by those who are willing to register themselves for the professional tasks in their respective fields so that they can become a licensed worker in a foreign country.

Deciding The Course:

 When one is in their own country, the choice of the course they want to pursue is often superadded by the choice of the college that they are getting admission into. If the college is prestigious and renowned then students often overlook the importance of the course and make their choice based on the image of the college. But when they plan to move abroad for higher studies, the choice of the course must be certain. You must choose a course that interests you and is also a gateway to a rewarding career in the future. After all, making a better future is the aim of migrating and studying outside your country. Talk to senior students and experts to form an opinion and choice about the same.

Document Verification:

You will first have to apply for a course at the University of your choice directly. It can either be through the offline mode or online mode. The online application method is the most prevalent now across the world. Your application must be really good for acceptance. Top universities have low induction rates, For example, the University of Manchester Acceptance Rate is just 59%. You will be asked to upload scanned copies of your original documents which must include the language proficiency test results as well. Then there will be a document called the Statement Of Purpose in which you will be required to describe your motive to visit the country for such an extensive period. You may also be required to attach a Letter of Recommendation from a known figure in the relevant discipline. 

Receive an Offer Letter:

Finally, if the University approves your application and decides to grant you admission to their courses then they will send an offer letter to you. You shall sign the offer letter and mail it back to confirm your participation.

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