Studying abroad will provide you with a unique educational educational experience and it can be considerably more rewarding if done at the right stage of your career.
If you are aspiring to study abroad after class 12, you should know all about the courses, colleges, exams and application process etc. to choose the right option. Studying abroad will provide you with a unique educational experience and it can be considerably more rewarding if done at the right stage of your career.
If you are planning to study abroad after completing your class 12 in India, you should be aware of the following pre-requisites:
Pre-planning: Generally application process for foreign education begins in October/November. You should begin the process of applying for study abroad an year in advance.
Qualification Test: Students who want to apply for foreign colleges must appear for the SAT entrance exam. Class 10th and class 12th students are eligible to appear for the SAT tests. Students can also appear for the SAT tests. Students can also appear for English language tests like – TOEFL or IELTS.
Maintain high scorecard: Students with strong academic and personal profile have a high probability of getting admission in top foreign college/institute/university. The educational institutions might consider your performance in 9th, 10th, 11th & 12th at the time of admission.
Take help of an expert: You can take help from an expert, if required, to fill in the application form of a foreign university. You would need to write -statement of purpose, your interests, your hobbies and reason to pursue foreign education.
Provide complete information: You should be extremely careful while filling in the foreign education app application form. Make sure that your application form is dully filled, accepted and faculty outside is willing to give you admission to their University.
Apply for scholarship: Many foreign universities offer scholarships to students. Students can apply for these scholarships to apply for these scholarships to apply for top foreign colleges and universities.