STUDY IN USA
Irrespective of problem-areas, the United States of America (USA) will (most probably!) be the hottest destination for Indian and international students. It is not difficult to determine why. The quality of education, wide-ranging specialties, flexibility, large campuses, friendly professors, funding and international opportunities are only but a few of the reasons for attracting the elite students from throughout the world. It is not so easy to dislodge the pre-eminent position of US as the 'land of opportunities'.
There are more than 3,800 universities and colleges in the USA, offering right from short-term certificate programs to Post-Doctoral level degrees. Most students prefer to study in the USA at either the Bachelors level or Masters and beyond.
STUDY IN UK
UK education are recognized and respected throughout the world. Your UK qualification will be a solid foundation for building your future, boosting your career and prospects for a higher salary. UK universities, colleges and schools will provide a vibrant, creative and challenging environment in which to develop your potential. Quality standards for UK institutions are among the best in the world. Universities, colleges and schools continually have to prove that their courses meet strict criteria. Many other countries are now trying to follow the example of the UK.
Why should you study in the UK?
With over 330,000 international students currently studying in Australia, the education standards of Australia are second to none. Representing 54 different nationalities, international students have made Australia the 3rd most popular destination for education in the world.
Australia has a market economy with high GDP per capita and a low rate of poverty. The Australian dollar is the currency for the nation. Australia has a market economy with high GDP per capita and a low rate of poverty. Australia is the world's thirteenth largest economy and has the fifth highest per capita GDP at $66,984; significantly higher than that of the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Canada, Japan, and New Zealand. Melbourne reached first place on The Economist's 2011 World's Most Livable Cities list, followed by Sydney, Perth, and Adelaide in sixth, eighth, and ninth place respectively.
Canada is as varied as it is vast, stretching over 7,000km from the Atlantic to the Pacific. 90% of the country's 34 million inhabitants live less than 100 miles of the US border in the south leaving the majority of the 10,000,000 square kilometers of wilderness untouched.
Canada is made up of 10 provinces and 3 territories in the north. The Yukon Territory, Northwest Territory and Nunavut make up Canada's three territories which umbrella the provinces in the south.
Australia has a market economy with high GDP per capita and a low rate of poverty. The Canada dollar is the currency for the nation. Canada has a market economy with high GDP per capita and a low rate of poverty. Canada is the world's thirteenth largest economy and has the fifth highest per capita GDP at $66,984; significantly higher than that of the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Canada, Japan, and New Zealand. Melbourne reached first place on The Economist's 2011 World's Most Livable Cities list, followed by Sydney, Perth, and Adelaide in sixth, eighth, and ninth place respectively.
Ireland is the land of scholars and saints. When we consider greats like Jonathan Swift, George Bernard Shaw, James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Yeats etc., we know for a fact why this 'Celtic Tiger' is called so!
As far as education for International students is concerned, Ireland is an emerging country, which is now spreading its wings. With students seeking new frontiers for higher education, Ireland has emerged as a very promising country because of two strengths - the medium of instruction and cheaper costs. More attractive for students is the visa, which is easy to obtain than any other country's (at least popular!) One strong reason why Ireland is also trying to attract more number of students is the fact that their population is not growing much and they would have a very low level of growth in further education, in terms of numbers.
Malaysia is a federal constitutional monarchy in Southeast Asia. It consists of thirteen states and three federal territories and has a total landmass of 329,847 square kilometres (127,350 sq mi) separated by the South China Sea into two similarly sized regions, Peninsular Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo.
Malaysia is a rapidly emerging competitor in the recruitment of international students. The country hosts approximately 80,000 international students from over 100 countries, which are attracted by its first-rate higher education, relatively low tuition fees, its harmonious multicultural society, political stability and the widespread use of English.71) Since the government’s previous target of having 80,000 international students by 2010 was reached, a new target was set to attract 150,000 international students by 2015, focusing on postgraduate and sponsored international students in particular.
Republic of Singapore is small Island City State in South East Asia. Singapore is just 3.5 hours flight from many cities of south India .Many Indian cities are well connected well connected with Singapore with Direct flights.
Singapore was small trading and transit post of East India Company and British Empire has established its sovereignty in 1824. Singapore got its independence in 60’s and was part of Malaysia and subsequently separated from Malaysia. There were very few Original inhabitants of Singapore left now. The Singapore population constitutes predominantly Chinese migrant population flowed by Malay and Indians, who migrated as work force during the British times. The Official language is English and this is the language of prime communication and Business. Chinese, Malay and Tamil are the other 3 official languages. The population of Singapore is about 50 laks of which 10% are of Indian Origin.
STUDY IN NEW ZEALAND
New Zealand is becoming World’s Topnotch Country in attracting & fascinating international Students because of its beautiful Culture,Supportive Learning Environment and for being Practical, Modern and Desirable. New Zealand’s education system is based on the prestigious British system. Which offers world-class facilities, resources and teaching staff, and the qualification is valued and transferable throughout the world.
Education SystemSecondary Education in New Zealand
Year 9 to 13, typically for students from the age of 13 to 18.
After successful completion of assessments in Years 11 through to year 13 the National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA), which is made up of three levels, is awarded to students.