Australia is one of the countries that charm international students through its impressive natural landscapes, high quality of life and efficient educational system. Australia is home to several high-ranked universities, offering a welcoming and supporting environment and teaching and living conditions that students often praise. […]
Australia is a great place to study medicine and healthcare, with world class facilities and a vast number of courses and specialisations on offer. But making a switch from one country to another in the field of healthcare is never straightforward.
To begin with, there are registration bodies involved and one has to look at all the criteria in great detail. Second, Indian medical qualifications are assessed differently abroad, including in Australia. […]
Arriving in Warsaw from near or far away, you will soon appreciate the vast opportunities of receiving education in the city situated at the very heart of Europe and open and friendly to visitors from all over the world.
Courses offered at HEIs in both English and Polish meet the expectations of even the most demanding and sophisticated candidates. The fact that Poland is a member of the European Union and the European Space for Higher Education, guarantees that the knowledge and skills acquired in Warsaw will be recognized worldwide. […]
The visa interview is the final step towards studying in the US. After the grueling college admissions process, visa interview is the last but equally important hurdle. After convincing the admissions’ officers about your caliber, you also have to convince the visa officer about your intent of studying in the US. It is crucial that you prepare for the interview and address all concerns of the visa officer. Going prepared to the visa interview is the only way to get the F1 visa stamped onto your passport. We cover the most important aspects of the interview process and give you some tips on how to handle the question-answer session. […]
Engineering happens to be one of the oldest disciplines of study. With a number of fields to choose from, Civil, Computer, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering, happen to be considered as the “big four”. Engineering has remained a popular choice among students as a form of further studies. Engineering courses are all about the combination of theoretical knowledge and practical applied work. A field that is destined to stay in demand for a long time to come, students who complete a course in engineering are taught to apply mathematical and scientific principles in order to develop effective solutions to real-world, technical problems. […]
So, when a US education is so expensive, what are the factors that need to be weighed in when making the right choice?
A recent ranking by MONEY ( http://time.com/money/4846024/best-colleges-for-your-money-2017/) looked at factors such as educational quality, alumni success and cost of education. They rated the top 10 colleges as below: […]
An ever growing industry, IT plays an integral role in most industries today. An IT course is what facilitates you to design, coordinate, manage and administer computer-related activities of an organization. Ever since the world stepped into the digital age, IT has experienced unprecedented growth. The field has progressed exponentially and it shows no signs of slowing down soon. Along with a number of specializations offered in the course like programming, development, designing, multimedia, etc., the scope for an IT professional has never been better. […]
Students planning to study abroad often start with preparing the much famous – statement of purpose. Worried about the essays and how important the document is, they often put very little to no emphasis on their academic resumes. This is perhaps one of the biggest mistakes you can do. While SOP does allow to present your candidature in the most impressive light, a resume is a document that lists down all your achievements in the most concise and effective manner. And if you are planning to go for MS programs, there are just so many things you must keep in mind. Here’s a look at some of them. […]
The one-hundred-year history of the University of Alberta has been a century of vision, a vision borne out of the partnership of two ambitious men: Alexander Cameron Rutherford, the first Premier of Alberta, and Henry Marshall Tory, a McGill University professor who became the University of Alberta’s first president. […]
Canada is a popular destination for international students aiming for study abroad primarily due to the top notch SPP colleges, industry oriented Co-op programs and automatic work permit. […]