Tag: study abroad

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 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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2
Apr

What does studying abroad looks like for Indian Students in the post-pandemic world?

  By accepting a ‘new normal, we have conformed ourselves to the post-pandemic world. It will not come as a surprise if anyone claims not to remember the scenarios that prevailed while everything was in its ordinary course before the pandemic. The industries and lives have been majorly impacted due to COVID-19, even while there is now a vaccine amongst us.

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10
Sep

All you need to know about overseas education & job opportunities in Australia

In his latest move aimed at appeasing his domestic voters ahead of the upcoming US Presidential elections, President Donald Trump, on August 3, signed an executive order that prevents federal agencies from hiring H1B visa holders. This move came in less than two months after US authorities had ordered a temporary freeze in issuance of H1B visas to new applicants.

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14
Dec

How to deal with mental health issues while studying abroad

Life is often stressful for those Indian students who are pursuing higher education abroad. Other than the pressure to live up to their parents’ and relatives’ expectations to do well in studies, they have to adjust both physically and mentally to a way of life that is new to them. Such stress, in the long run, could cause irreparable damage

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7
Dec

10 WAYS TO MANAGE EXPENSES WHILE STUDYING ABROAD

While studying in a foreign country, one of the challenges faced by students is with regard to managing their day-to-day and monthly expenses. Unlike being at home, most students who go abroad for higher studies do not have their parents or relatives to advise them on what and where to spend money. Therefore, keeping this in mind, Student Cover, in

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6
Dec

10 things to consider while selecting a university abroad

Selecting a university to study abroad requires a lot of planning and preparation. Most people are aware of famous universities and colleges but not everyone gets to study in those. There are also instances when one gets admission only to realize that the course or program that they got admitted to either do not have any value or the certificate

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2
Nov

Student Cover’s guide to studying in the US: Part 5 – Preparing for Departure

In part 5 of 5 part Student Cover’s guide to studying in the US, we focus on the things that a student must do after getting admission in the College or University in the US. These include getting education loan to finance the program, arranging relevant documents to travel to the US, getting oneself insured etc. Arranging Education Loan Education

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1
Nov

Student Cover’s guide to studying in the US: Part 4 – Applying right

In part 4 of 5 part Student Cover’s guide to studying in the US, we focus on the application process in US colleges and universities. Applying for an UG or Grad degree program in the US could be quite tricky and confusing at times. In this blog, we try to simplify the process and present the broad points that a

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1
Nov

Student Cover’s guide to studying in the US: Part 3 – Preparing Yourself

In part 3 of 5 part Student Cover’s guide to studying in the US, we try to provide important tips to students on how to prepare themselves for admission in US Colleges and Universities. In this blog, we essentially focus on the standardized admission tests and other requirements which help students secure admission in those institutions. As already mentioned in

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