Top tips to selecting your dream overseas education destination

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Indian students have an increasing number of opportunities available to them when deciding to study overseas. USA remains the number 1 destination, but there is increasing competition from Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK, France, Sweden, Singapore, Dubai and many more. Universities offer courses at Post graduate level. Increasingly there are options at bachelors levels attracting students who want (and are able to afford) to pursue study overseas after 12thstandard.

If you are overwhelmed with your options here are some things that you may consider doing:

Visit student bodies

most countries have set up specific institutions to provide objective advise to the students, for example British Council is a great resource for finding information about university options for study in UK, United States-India Educational Foundation (USIEF) provides information on study in US.

Evaluate the ranking of the University

it is a good idea to check how the University is ranked in its subject area. However you need to understand the criteria that was used in the ranking and if it applies to you.

Research online

a lot of reviews about Universities are available online and it would be a good idea to get a read of the same. You will get differing opinions from students sharing their respective experiences.

Speak to an overseas education consultancy

overseas education consultants are a great resource to get one on one responses to your specific queries. Study abroad consultants have experience of dealing with variety of cases and can offer specific customized solutions.

With so much choice on offer, making a selection can be a daunting task, if you are interested in study overseas or are looking for overseas education consultants for study in USA, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Sweden or France. Call us on +91 9664 483 215 or email us to book an appointment for a free consultation with our Overseas Education Consultants.

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