How to travel 20+ countries VISA-FREE with US visa


Yes, you read it correct. Travel 20+ countries VISA-FREE with US visa.

I always encourage travelers from developing countries to get a US visa at some point. It opens up doors to many other countries. More and more countries have started offering visa exemption with a valid US visa. This list is only growing.

You can start off your international travel adventure with VISA-FREE countries first. But getting a US visa will add another 20+ countries to that list.

Why do countries offer visa exemption to US visa holders?

Reason 1: Strict screening
US visa application has a very strict screening process. US visa is also one of the most difficult visas to get. If you have a US visa, then you were screened pretty well already. Meaning, you do not have a criminal history or any illegal immigration intentions.

Reason 2: Strong ties to your home country
US visa application also makes sure you have strong ties to your home country. This is to avoid illegal immigration. If you were to stay illegally anywhere, you could have stayed illegally in the US itself. So, having a US visa reassures them that you have no intentions of remaining in their country illegally.

Reason 3: Financial reasons
Developing countries do not have the infrastructure or the money to screen the applicants. If you were already screened by a country like the USA, there is no need to screen you again. In order to have a screening process that is as foolproof as the US, it costs a good chunk of money.

Which US visas are eligible?

USA visa image
The US visa can be a tourist visa (B1/B2), work visa (L1/L2/H1/H4) or permanent residency (Green card). Some countries allow C/D type of visas as well. Some countries require the US visa to be multiple-entry and has been used at least once to travel to the US.

So, without further due, here is the list.

North America

Chichen Itza in Mexico

1. United States

(of course!)

2. Mexico

Central America

Jaco beach in Costa Rica

3. Guatemala

  • Applies to India passport holders only
  • Entry up to 30 days
  • More info: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Guatemala and Embassy of India in Guatemala

4. Honduras

  • Applies to India passport holders only
  • Entry up to 30 days

5. El Salvador

  • Applies to India passport holders only
  • Entry up to 30 days
  • More info: Ministry of Foreign Relations of El Salvador

6. Nicaragua

  • Applies to India passport holders only
  • Entry up to 30 days
  • More info: Email response from the consulate of Nicaragua in Washington DC – “Si tiene visa vigente de USA valida y pasaporte más de seis meses, puede viajar y el Pasaje ida y vuelta y dirección en Nicaragua. La visa al entrar a Nicaragua se la darán por un mes, el cual si quiere estar más tiempo tiene que solicitar a la Dirección General de Migración y Extranjería.”

7. Costa Rica

  • Applies to all nationalities
  • For B1/B2, C1 or D visa from the USA, it must be valid for at least 1 day from the day of arrival
  • For student/work visa or PR from the USA, it must be valid for at least 6 months from the day of arrival
  • Entry up to 30 days
  • More info: Embassy of Costa Rica in Canada and Embassy of Costa Rica in Washington DC, USA

8. Panama

  • Applies to all nationalities
  • US visa must be valid for at least one year from the date of arrival
  • US visa must have been used at least once to enter the US before
  • Entry up to 30 days
  • More info: Embassy of Panama in the USA


Dominican Republic

9. Dominican Republic

South America

Plaza Bolivar in Bogota, Colombia

10. Colombia

  • Applies to Cambodia, China, India, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam passport holders only
  • Entry up to 90 days
  • More info: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Colombia

11. Peru

  • Applies to India and China passport holders only
  • The US visa must have been granted for at least 6 months
  • Entry up to 180 days
  • More info: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Peru


Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey

12. Turkey

  • Applies to the following passport holders only
  • Visa is NOT EXEMPT, but are eligible to apply for 30 day eVisa
  • More info: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey

13. Georgia

  • Applies to all nationalities
  • Entry up to 90 days
  • More info: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia

14. Albania

  • Applies to all nationalities
  • Must have used the visa/PR to enter USA at least once
  • Entry up to 90 days
  • More info: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Albania

15. Montenegro

  • Applies to all nationalities
  • Entry up to 30 days
  • More info: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro

16. Serbia

  • Applies to all nationalities
  • Entry up to 90 days
  • More info: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Serbia

Middle East

Dubai skyline in UAE

17. United Arab Emirates

  • Applies to only India passport holders
  • Visa in NOT EXEMPT, but are eligible to avail Visa ON ARRIVAL at UAE airports including Dubai
  • Entry up to 14 days
  • More info: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of UAE and NDTV News

18. Qatar

  • Applies to all nationalities
  • Visa is NOT EXEMPT, but are eligible to apply for eTA and then avail Visa ON ARRIVAL at international airports in Qatar
  • Entry up to 30 days
  • More info: Qatar Tourist Authority and Ministry of Foreign Interior, Qatar


Boracay Island in Philippines

19. Taiwan

  • Applies to CambodiaIndia, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Philippines and Vietnam passport holders only
  • Visa is EXEMPT but must apply online for Republic of China Travel Authorization Certificate (Valid for 90 days) before arrival
  • Entry up to 30 days
  • More info: Bureau of Consular Affairs, Republic of China (Taiwan)

20. Philippines

  • Applies to only India and China passport holders
  • Entry up to 14 days for India passport holders
  • Entry up to 7 days for China passport holders
  • A 7 day extension is possible
  • More info: Embassy of Philippines in Singapore

21. South Korea

  • Applies to all nationalities except Cuba, Macedonia, Syria, Sudan and Iran
  • Must be in transit to reach the US as final destination
  • Entry up to 30 days
  • More info: Republic of Korea Visa Portal

22. Singapore

  • Applies to India passport holder only
  • Must be in transit to or from the US
  • Entry up to 96 hours
  • More info: Singapore Immigration & Checkpoints Authority

There you have it! List of 20+ countries you can travel visa-free with US visa. If you don’t have a US visa already, it’s time to apply for one and add another 20+ to your list of VISA-FREE countries.

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Masters and PhD information sessions

Discover why postgraduate study is for you. Take a tour of our campus. Explore funding options. If you are thinking about studying a Masters or PhD degree, our information sessions give you the chance to experience what life is really like as a student at Sussex.

Book your place online

Our next information sessions will be held on:

  • Wednesday 18 October 2017 (2pm-4.30pm)
  • Wednesday 15 November 2017 (2pm-4.30pm)
  • Wednesday 6 December 2017 (2pm-4.30pm)

Bookings for our 2018 events will open in November. These sessions will be held on:

  • Saturday 20 January 2018 (10am-12.30pm)
  • Saturday 10 March 2018 (10am-12.30pm)
  • Wednesday 16 May 2018 (4pm-6.30pm)
  • Wednesday 13 June 2018 (4pm-6.30pm)

On the day

Our information sessions help you discover more about Masters and PhD study. You can:

  • discover why postgraduate study is for you
  • find out why Sussex is for you
  • find out about funding your Masters or PhD
  • find out about career opportunities
  • find out about the application and selection process
  • attend a panel discussion with current Masters and PhD students
  • take a campus tour.

These sessions are general rather than subject-specific and are delivered by our postgraduate specialists.

Come to our Masters Open Day or PhD Open Evening if you want to know more about your subject.

Arrange to meet our staff

You can meet members of staff from the school or department where you plan to study. This will need to be arranged directly between yourself and the school or department.

You can arrange a meeting on any date but if you wish to combine a meeting with a postgraduate information session, make sure your meeting finishes before the start of the session.

Use the listings below to find the relevant contact details to book a meeting. Requests are dependent on staff availability and may not always be possible.

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Charles Wallace India Trust Scholarships


CWIT enables Indians in the early to mid stages of their careers to spend time in the UK, helping them to achieve artistic, academic and professional ambitions and to broaden their international contacts.

Who was Charles Wallace?

Charles Wallace was born in Calcutta in 1855. He lived, worked and flourished there, founding the Shaw Wallace company (though there are no connections now between CWIT and Shaw Wallace).

Charles Wallace died in 1916, bequeathing his modest fortune to his family for a generation and then for the benefit of those among whom he had made it.

About CWIT

In 1981, following an agreement between the Indian and British governments, CWIT was established as an English charity. It is run by four trustees. The trustees cover CWIT’s main areas of interest and are Dr Yasmin Khan, Caroline Douglas,Gregor Stark, and Cathy Stephens. The Secretary is Richard Alford.

In over 30 years CWIT has made around 2700 grants. British Council India advises on CWIT’s work and gives valuable administrative support including guidance on applying for a visa.

CWIT’s recent annual reports and accounts, including lists of scholarships and grants given, can be seen on the Charity Commission’s website

Please note: The London School of Performing Arts (LISPA) has now moved its courses to Berlin hence CWIT will no longer offer scholarships to attend them. We have agreed to reconsider if LISPA move their course back to London.


While the British Council will facilitate and advise, the cost of the visa must be borne by the applicant.

In this section

Students in a discussion

Artists residencies

CWIT supports artists residencies at Gasworks in London and at Spike Island in Bristol.

Student in a computer lab

Long term

Awards generally from 2–3 months to a maximum of one year, covering accommodation, living costs in the UK, fees and a contribution to international fares.

Student studying

Short research and professional visits

CWIT supports short research and professional visits to the UK of up to three weeks with a contribution towards in-UK costs.

Two students in a library

Visiting fellowships

Fellowships of 2-3 months at specific host institutions (living costs and contribution to international fares)

Museology – Curating, Museum Conservation or Archaeology

CWIT supports placements in museology, archaeology, curating or conservation at the Victoria and Albert Museum or other agreed institutions.

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Why Study in Spain?

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Every year thousands of students from across the world make their way to Spain to attend one of the 74 universities located in the country. They come to the country for many reasons, all understanding that studying in the country is a truly enlightening experience that leaves you filled with new attitudes and concepts about life. Spain is rich in history and culture, and provides the total package for anyone coming to the area from international lands. Here we will examine some of the many reasons that people choose Spain as their education destination. Perhaps you share a few of these common desires.

A Great Educational System

Spain has a great opportunity to learn no matter what your major might be and no matter which college you have selected for your studies. The educational system is well organized and properly executed, designed to provide students of all levels with the utmost of learning opportunities. Spain is the third most popular country for international studies with around 36% of those people from the USA.  When you study in Spain you can be confident that you will be provided with the best possible education for your time.

Experience the Country

When you think of Spain you probably think of Madrid and Barcelona. While these two cities are beautiful and certainly hot tourist attractions, Spain has so much more to offer the visitor that these two cities. The beautiful countryside of Spain is marvelous and you are certain to enjoy being able to see miles and miles of lush trees and greeneries. Travel to another area of the country and you’ll find yourself amidst the most beautiful coastline you will ever see. Spain has it all, and as a student there will be plenty of time for you to travel and explore and see all of these amazing things.

Have Fun

No matter where you are at in Spain there is always plenty for you to see and do. And, with Paris and London nearby, a great day trip is always something that can easily be planned. Art galleries, museums, clubs, bars and pubs, parks and nature –you name it, you can find it available to entertain your time in Spain. When you’re not busy in class or completing homework you can get out and enjoy so much of the adventure that Spain has to offer. It is then that your time in Spain can be considered time well spent.

Learn a New Language

It may not be your intended reason for coming to Spain, however there isn’t a question that you will learn a great deal of the Spanish language while you are studying, and a beautiful language it is! Spanish is the second most commonly spoken language in the world, just behind English. Imagine how fun it will be to learn a new language…and there is no better way to learn that language than while you are among those who speak it frequently. As you attend university in Spain you will be around those speaking the language so before you know it you will also be speaking it naturally.

Affordable Costs of Living

The costs of living in Spain are very affordable when compared to other countries in Europe. This is always important, especially to a college student already strapped for cash. No matter where you live in Spain you can make it an affordable venture but when you are careful in your selections you can ensure this even more so.

Wonderful Climate

Spain has four seasons, with each of those seasons providing delightful weather. The average temperature in the winter is 59 degrees, a most comfortable and enjoyable temperature. In the summer the average temperature is 70 degrees, also pleasant. The climate in which you will be treated to while in Spain will slightly differ depending upon your location in the country.

Affordable Tuition Rates

In addition to affordable costs of living, attending school in Spain enables you to attain an affordable tuition rate at any of the wonderful higher learning institutes in the country. Tuition at some colleges cost as little as 5,500 Euros per semester while others cost upwards of 12,000 Euros per semester, still far less than colleges and universities in other European countries, as well as the U.S.

Laid Back Atmosphere

Of course Madrid and Barcelona are thriving, busy and popular tourists spots, but even still these cities, as well as most others in Spain, enjoy a  comfortable, laid back atmosphere.  The country is peaceful and friendly, and you are likely to make new friends with most everyone that you meet.

These are certainly great reasons that you should study in Spain, but please know these are just the beginning of the many great things that you will love about studying in the country.

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How to prepare for the IELTS

IETLS tips

What is accepted world-wide by more than 9,000 organisations as a means of measuring language proficiency — any guesses? Yes, we are talking about the world’s proven English language test — the IELTS! IELTS is jointly owned by IELTS Australia, British Council, and Cambridge English Language Assessment Test. It has over 900 test centres in over 130 countries. The registration fee for the test is INR 9,900 currently.

Just last year, we heard that 2 million students flocked from all around the globe to take this test! It makes you stop and wonder what all the big fuss is about, doesn’t it? Keep reading and we’ll tell you.

Why the IELTS?

Universities and also employers from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the UK, and the USA take the IELTS into consideration. If you want to be flying to any of these destinations for your higher studies anytime soon, it’s time to take the IELTS seriously. Taking the IELTS could really open doors for you all over the world!

Interested to know how to get started with your IELTS prep? Here are a few pointers for you…

Know. It. All.

As the very first step of your IELTS prep, we suggest you learn all about the test itself. Go online and visit their official website and read up.

The test is divided into four modules that will test your listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills. Each module will fetch you a certain band score as per your performance. One interesting must know fact for you — when it comes to the IELTS, there is no pass or fail! Your results will be reported on a 9-band scale and will be valid for a period of two years… How cool is that?

Now, a little bit about the modules you will be taking:

  • Listening: This 30 minute-module has four sections and will basically have you listening to an audio recording and have you answer questions from a booklet.
  • Reading: This 60 minute-module comprises 40 questions that will test you on a wide range of reading skills include reading for main ideas, skimming, reading for detail, and understanding logical argument. It is divided into two versions: the academic and general training versions.
  • Writing: This 60 minute-module has two versions: academic and general training. The academic comprises two tasks, in short — one: describing a chart or a diagram; two: writing an essay in response to a problem or argument. The general training also comprises two tasks – 1) writing a letter in response to a situation; 2) writing an essay in response to a problem or argument (this one may be a bit more personal than the first one).
  • Speaking: This module may last from anywhere between 11-14 minutes and assesses your spoken English skills. This will be nothing but a conversation with a certified IETLS examiner.
  • The Listening, Reading and Writing modules will come one after the other on your test day. Your Speaking module, however, may be on a different day — mostly either seven days before or after your actual test date.

Time to Go Shopping!

Research online and make sure you buy yourself some top study guides fresh from the market. You will not regret investing your money in these, we promise.

Paint Yourself A Clear Picture!

We recommend you to get your prep on at least three to six months ahead of time, if not earlier. We know that you want to obtain a certain IELTS Band Score that you have in mind, which is great, as long it is an achievable and realistic goal. Bear in mind that this test is an overall test of your proficiency in the language so it requires you to be more than just a book worm (you heard right!). Stay 100% dedicated to your prep and sharpen your language skills in all methods possible.

Practice Away!

As you start with the prep, how many hours per day do you plan to spare for all four subtests?

Regular practice is key, but do give yourself a breather; a day off of your hectic prep in a week won’t do you any harm. They don’t say that slow and steady wins the race for no reason! Long intervals are not a good idea though!

As you take practice tests, you will notice your areas of weakness that you may need to put some extra time into. Don’t get carried away and put too much time into your weak areas alone though. Make sure you cover and work on all areas.

How Fast Are You?

Many a times, we hear that candidates are unable to perform as well as they had hoped to, because time ran out fast in the reading test or their tape was so fast in their listening test. If you are unable to finish your test, it is not the end of the world, as you will only be measured on a scale from 0 to 9, where 0 is for those who did not attempt it. Focus on getting yourself to your best pace in the test — be fast, attentive and sharp. This way you will minimize your chances of running out of time.

All Ears!

When you are taking the listening test, keep in mind that the tape is played only once — so it pays to remember what you hear. Pay close attention!

Talk, Walk & Breathe in English!

For acing a test like the IELTS, we strongly recommend you to use English as much as you can in your everyday life. Here are a few simple things you could do that could make a difference:

  • Read up journals, articles, and newspapers and be informed of current events and issues, which may very well turn out to be a topic for the speaking or writing module!
  • Switch on your TV and tune in to CNN and BBC; British movies — that will help!
  • Get yourself used to the various English accents from around the world — the Australian, American, British, New Zealand, and even Canadian.
  • Practice thinking and also speaking in English as much as you can with your buddies and your family.
  • Write emails and letters to practice your written skills and — who knows — you may make a pen pal or two in the process!

Fake Accent!

What’s important is your pronunciation, not the accent. If your pronunciation is wrong even with a stylish accent, it will still cost you marks here. Stay away from mispronouncing and that’s all you need.

Who Says?

Heard that the IELTS would be a more difficult exam in comparison with any other? Don’t believe everything you hear — there are quite a lot of myths about the test! The test does not pose any more difficulty than any other exam you would have to take for higher studies abroad. The IELTS has questions that are straightforward to assess your English language skills — so don’t get all worked up. Losing your cool isn’t going to do you any good here — trust us and focus on your prep!

Rest before D Day!

The three tests: Listening, Reading, and Writing Tests are usually held on one morning and with no break — so in other words, you really have to be at your best for quite a considerable amount of time here. This is why we strongly advise you to eat well and get some good sleep before your big day — your mind should be fresh and ready.


You will receive your test results 13 days post your test date. Your test centre will post your Test Report Form to you and some test centres may offer you text alerts and an online results service as well.


Are you disappointed with your results? Well, you can retake the IELTS test if you are looking to do better. There are no limitations on how many times you can retake the test but you must apply within six weeks of the test date. There are no limitations as to how many times a person can retake the IELTS.

IELTS Training

To help you further with your test preparation, Vatslya provides IELTS training classes in its offices in Delhi and Chennai. In-class training sessions, as well as online classes, are available for students. The classes, which are held six days a week, are conducted by experienced tutors who are qualified English language experts.


Based on the programme and institution where you plan to study, you will need to secure an overall IELTS score ranging from 5.5 to 7.0. Now that you have read this article, we hope that you have a clear plan to crack the IELTS now? If you have anything to add to this, feel free to drop us a comment! In case of any other assistance with your study abroad plans; get in touch with us. We’d be happy to hear from you!

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You can help pay for your education by working part-time while you’re studying.
International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Institution. Students who are not nationals of EU member countries must also hold a valid residency permit. The right to work applies to all students, including those who are in Poland for the first time, those who are enrolled in the first year of a university program, and those who are enrolled full-time in a language school.
20hrs work permitted during studies as well as 3 months of full time work during holidays.
Full time work is permitted for Residence Card holders.



Students from member countries of the European Union may work in Poland without restriction after they graduate. It may be really hard to leave such a beautiful country after you complete your education here. Don’t worry if you prefer to stay and work in Poland. As a graduate of a Polish higher education institution full-time program, you don’t need a permit to work here. Just make sure your stay permit is in order. You can stay back for further 2-3 years as long as you can prove that you can financially support yourself without seeking any government benefits. Students who obtain a job or accept employment can obtain a Work Permit.

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Reading test advice

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Make the most of your Reading test:

  • look out for the title, headings and any special features such as capital letters, underlining, italics, figures, graphs and tables
  • make sure that you understand the questions and follow instructions carefully
  • pay attention to timing; do not spend too long on one passage or question
  • do not try and read every word; remember, you are reading for a purpose
  • if you do not know the answer to a question, attempt it but do not waste time; move quickly onto the next one
  • do not panic if you do not know anything about the subject of the text; all the answers can be found in the text
  • the word(s) you use must be taken from the Reading text; you must not change the form of the word(s) in the text
  • do not worry if there is a word that you do not understand – you may not need to use it
  • check your spelling
  • be careful to use singular and plural correctly
  • focus precisely on what you are asked to do in ‘completion’ type questions
  • if the question asks you to complete the note ‘in the…’ and the correct answer is ‘evening’, just use ‘evening’ as your answer; note that ‘in the evening’ would be incorrect
  • pay attention to the word limit; for example, if you are asked to complete a sentence using no more than two words, if the correct answer is ‘silk shirt’, the answer ‘shirt made of silk’ would be incorrect
  • attempt all questions; there are no penalties for incorrect answers, so you have nothing to lose
  • check your answers

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Study in Latvia

study in latvia

For a country of just over two million inhabitants, Latvia has a wealth of both public and private higher education opportunities – 59 universities and colleges. Programmes taught in foreign languages (mainly English and Russian with a few German and Scandinavian language programmes) cover a wide range of fields, from architecture to social sciences. In particular, medical studies and qualifications in the aviation industry are the most popular study options in the country. Find the best information about what it’s like to study in Riga, including degree course offers, career opportunities, student life, living costs, and more.

Academic structure

There is academic and professional higher education in Latvia. Most of the institutions of higher education offer both academic and professional higher education qualification.

Academic higher education programmes  are focused on preparing graduates for independent research, as well as to provide theoretical background for professional activities. Academic education programmes are implemented according to the national standard of academic education. They usually comprise a thesis at the end of each stage and lead to a Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree.

Professional higher education programmes  focus on providing in-depth knowledge in a particular field, preparing graduates for design or improvement of systems, products and technologies. Students are prepared to be able conduct creative, research and teaching activities. In total, the duration of professional/vocational study programmes is not less than 4 years after secondary education and not less than 2 years after college education.

General Application Requirements

Admission office of the perspective university will assist you during the application process and will inform you about specific application requirements and necessary documents.

While applying for studies the following documents shall be sent to the admission office of the chosen university:

  • Education/ Degree Certificate or Diploma
  • Transcripts of records/marks (all education documents shall be translated into English)
  • English language proficiency certificates (IELTS, TOEFL or equivalents) or the perspective University exam (if applicable)
  • Copy of ID or passport
  • Motivation Letter or/and CV

Although each university has slightly different application and registration procedures, the general steps you take during the application procedure and registration period are as follows:

  • Apply by sending your documents for evaluation. Once eligibility is confirmed you receive your Conditional Acceptance Letter followed with the positive AIC approval.
  • Once you pay the tuition fees stated on your letter, you can simultaneously apply for Resident Permit and Study Visa.
  • Make sure you inform the University about your flight details at least 3 working days before your arrival for the airport pick-up.
  • Register the very next day after you arrive in Latvia, get your student ID, start selecting your courses, and register at accommodation halls if you are staying on campus.

Find more information about how to apply to a university in Latvia.

Academic degrees

The objectives of academic higher education are to prepare graduates for independent research, as well as to provide theoretical background for professional activities. Academic education programmes are implemented according to the national standard of academic education.

  • Academic programmes leading to a bachelor’s degree take 3 to 4 years.
  • Academic programmes leading to a master’s degree are 4 semesters long (2 years) and requires at least 5 years total length of bachelor and master studies.

The objectives of professional higher education are to provide in-depth knowledge in a particular field, preparing graduates for design or improvement of systems, products and technologies, as well as to prepare them for creative, research and teaching activities in this field.

  • Professional programmes leading to a professional bachelor’s degree require 4 years of study.
  • Professional higher education programmes leading to a professional master’s degree require 1-2 years of study.

Student experience

When choosing to study in Latvia, you can study in capital city Riga or other cities in the country. You will experience one of the safest and greenest countries in the world. Universities in Latvia offer an advanced education system. Institutions of higher education are small enough to operate functionally and effectively, ensuring each individual student approach to each student.

Language of study

Although the official state language is Latvian, international students can easily get around with a command of Russian and English, as a large part of the population of Riga is Russian speaking, and English is used in the bigger cities.

In public universities, the language of instruction is usually Latvian, but also include courses in English for foreign students. There are almost 200 international study programmes (Bachelors, Masters and PhDs) and courses taught entirely in English for those who want to study abroad in Latvia. You can usually find Russian-taught courses in private universities.

There are no unified language requirements aimed at foreign students in Latvia. An advantage of studying abroad in Latvia is that most higher education institutions do not strictly define the need for internationally recognized language tests (although some schools ask for IELTS or TOEFL). Language skills are usually checked during the interview process of prospective student. It is possible that the higher education establishment organises its own formal testing for language skills.

English language preparation for studying in Latvia

Develop your academic English language skills in order to meet the English language requirements at Latvian universities offering degree studies for international students. Choose an English language school anywhere in the world and pick your preferred English exam preparation course from diverse language course options.

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Life of Student in Poland

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It is seen that the student life in Poland is much different when we compare it with ours. Their education system, the life after graduating from the school is all different. A student life in poland is like they start their schooling at the age of six and at the age of seven they reach to class 1. Before six, they are taught at home or can say, home schooling. Still they are much more qualified and talented then the students of the rest of the countries. Students from all over Europe reach to Poland so as to get better education from the prestigious and old universities situated in Poland. Most of the courses are taught in English, French, German and Polish. Even most of the people communicate in English making easy the living and studying of the students there.

The universities in Poland are best for higher studies as they grant better skills through their qualified teaching staff. Poland has a mixture of German, Czech, Austrian, Jewish and other cultures and also has highly efficient film and food festivals. They even organise a festival for students called the Juwenalia in which they give three days off from school and parades are organised.

Student life in Poland is not that easy. They are provided with good and highly efficient services but for that they really need to work hard. They often have to follow full timetables that requires time and hard work. The education system of Poland creates a great environment for those students who are eager to learn and discover. It provides a rich environment for those who love to debate. They teach the students to fearlessly speak about politics and religion. Through their debates they bring out the things infront of the public that are sometimes negative for the politicians but still they accept this challenge.

Student life in Poland is full of enjoyment too. Students, outside the university, have a totally different lifestyle. Lifestyle of students in Poland, along with hardships, is quite social too. The nightlife there is full of fun. This is so because the country is safe with a low crime rate. It is a much famous place for those who prefer an active lifestyle.

The place is attractive having student bars and pubs that are widespread in this city. Then too, Poland is one of the cheapest countries in the world, making it an important attraction for the students.

The city is open to the students belonging to any religion, culture or background. Poland also has a rich and interesting history making it an attracting place for the students who love studying about different religions and cultures. Lifestyle of student gets better here as after grabbing better qualification they get better jobs with good status. They grow as a new individual with a new identity that is far better from the earlier one. In an overall aspect, student life in Poland is much interesting, full of skills, knowledge and enjoyment.

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