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I am below 18. Can I still study abroad?

Yes you can. Your parents or guardian have to write a letter indicating that they are aware you are going abroad for studies, and funding your studies.

There are so many great reasons why students travel abroad and it has numerous benefits. The most important reason to study abroad is world class education.

The list is numerous. A number of first-world countries allow expatriates from less developed nations to study in their schools. Example of these countries are;

  • UK
  • USA

As an international student you can enjoy medical care, scholarships for international students, employment after graduation and PR in certain countries.

Yes, students can work part time in all countries, 20hrs a week which will help the students to afford their living expenses in their respective countries.

Affordable fees, part time job, internship opportunities, working in projects, research based education, work opportunities after graduation.

Find the best country and course based on your profile and field of study with program specialization.

Once you have found such countries, courses depending on your budget and career, look for opportunities in the countries that offer the scholarships, part time job, research etc...

You can get international exposure with international contacts from the country you're studying and you will also get new colleges from different nationalities. It’s an opportunity to learn about their lifestyle and culture.

A new environment is always filled with new challenges. Most of the Indian students face the below challenges for a couple of months once they reach abroad.

Culture shock, homesickness, loneliness, financial difficulty and planning, language barriers (certain countries).

What are the requirements to study abroad?

Requirements differ from one program to another and also from country to country. Some of the common requirements are listed below;

Be enrolled at a designated college or university

Proof of funds to for entire course and living

Be in good health (you might need to complete a medical exam)

Common documents needed to study abroad?

  • Birth certificates
  • O level / A level or higher secondary results (certificate and statement of results)
  • Bachelor’s certificate or statement of results (for post graduates)
  • Academic transcripts
  • Valid passport
  • Recommendation letter
  • Statement of purpose
  • GRE/GMAT OR TOEFL/IELTS (differs from countries or universities) and etc.

It’s not mandatory to speak the country's local language. However, you need to make efforts to understand the basic words of that country if it’s not an English speaking nation.

Yes, that's the whole point of going to study abroad, to meet and make friends from international locations or students from all over the world.

Yes you can apply however you need other required documents and meet the eligibility for the particular course and university, the school may give you a conditional offer letter and once you submit the IELTS or TOEFL you can receive an unconditional offer letter.

Yes you can. There is no limit in the number of times you visit a country for higher education, you should submit the successful completion of previous graduation .

Universities have standard safety measures in place to protect both international and domestic students.

There are multiple intakes for each country however Aug & Sept intake is the major intake. Students can apply to universities once they have the required documents on hand.