Tag: overseas admission

10
Jul

New Hurdles for students on their way to Canada

The Government of Canada emphasized extending the travel restriction in the country till 21st July. The decision was recently announced in the wake of rising and falling numbers in the COVID cases worldwide, especially in India. While university in other countries has begun with welcoming international students on campus, Canada is still trying to curb the disease from the country

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16
Jun

Delhi Government’s Special Vaccine Drive for Study Abroad Aspirants

Post the Indian Union Health Ministry’s announcement last week of a special vaccine drive for all the international travelers, the country capital Delhi has taken up the initiative to organize a particular vaccine drive at a centre specifically for all the students and people scheduled to travel abroad for employment education or participate in the Tokyo Olympic Games. On Sunday,

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29
May

What are the available Scholarships for some major Study Destination?

  The practice of financial and non-financial support to deserving students dates back to ancient times when education was not as organized as it is today. The origin term ‘scholarship,’ which, in modern-day, refers to ‘the source of funds for support and maintenance of scholar,’ can be traced back to the 16th century. In the 21st century, scholarships are viewed

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28
Apr

What are the top courses international students must prefer while applying to US universities?

After making an apt decision to pursue higher education in the US, the next step is deciding which courses are flagships in the US—choosing the best study programs could help yield a good career opportunity for an aspirant. Thorough research about the scope of distinct study programs in the US and knowing which courses are best taught in the universities

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21
Apr

How can your GRE Score help in securing a Scholarship in the US?

To secure a good university in the US is a tough job, especially when you know you lack the financial means to fulfill that dream. It is no mystery that studying in US universities could cost a big sack of money. Suppose you are not part of a wealthy household upbringing; in that case, you need to set your options

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19
Apr

The US vs. Europe(UK): Measuring the difference for studying your Master’s PART II

In Part I of differentiating between pursuing your master’s degree in the US versus Europe, we discussed the three broad categories becoming the eminent factors of changing the preference. These factors help in choosing a suitable university and study destination for an applicant. It is better to know a few pros and cons of both the countries and their academic

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19
Apr

The US vs. Europe: Measuring the difference for studying your master’s PART I

The decision to choose between many universities with prestigious names abroad could be a tricky task, especially for the students who are new to the group of study abroad aspirants. After graduating from a university in one’s own country or a foreign university, one has the option to choose a road towards mastering a particular subject. Pursuing a master’s degree

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8
Apr

What you need to know about Designated learning Institutes in Canada?

  There is more to a proper university or college in foreign places than we know about. As international students, we are usually unknown about specific other options that we can explore based on our study and duration choice. Education need not be a complete four-year program; some institutes could offer more in less duration. When planning to pursue your

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6
Apr

The on/off campus Study Abroad Guidelines Part III: What to know about Australian university’s COVID updates for International Students?

  In the last part of the on/off-campus guidelines for international students’ post-COVID, Student Cover talked about all the universities in European nations that have regulated their set of guidelines for all the previous and newly-enrolled groups of international students. The rules specifically added carrying a COVID negative test by the students to show it to the authorities while entering

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6
Apr

The on/off campus Study Guidelines Part II: What to know about European university updates on COVID for International Students?

  In part 1 of the off/on-campus study guidelines, we discussed American and Canadian universities that are open to students with their best available and implemented learning mode for the students which would decide their permitted access to student visa for entering the province of the United States. The previous article gave an in-depth understanding of the conditions that prevail

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