Why study abroad?

Open your mind to a new world – learn something new, experience world-class education.

Benefits of studying abroad

Studying abroad is more than just education.

Pursuing an international degree is not only about expanding your career and personal horizons but also about having an experience of a lifetime. Here are some of the reasons why you should consider studying in abroad.

1. Diverse course options to choose from

Studying internationally offers a wider variety of courses, some also including research options and skill-based training for students. Not only has this, certain programs in abroad also allowed you to take different courses at the same time. So you can pursue your interest in literature.

2. Makes you more employable

Graduates who studied internationally are highly needed as employees. Employers that you have courage, flexibility, cultural awareness and an understanding of how other people work and think. This experience puts you ahead of the pack, when it comes to internships and job applications.

4. Brings you international exposure

Studies in abroad helps you learn new approaches to handle different situations, manage time between your studies and part-time jobs, experience international methods. This in turn also helps to increase your acumen on the subject and life, in general.

5. You gain a global perspective

Students who study abroad develop a well-informed mindset and wider perspective towards other cultures and people. Whether you’re studying science, politics or finance, being able to think from a multinational perspective will help you face modern challenges and come up with innovative solutions in future.

6. An experience of a lifetime

Your study abroad experience doesn’t end at the campus gates. During weekends and holidays, you’ll have the chance to travel to tourist hotspots in your chosen country. That means you will be able to experience geographies different that from India and come back with interesting stories for your friends and family.

Benefits of pursuing a post graduate degree abroad

  • Enhance your technical skills
  • Develop your social and professional network.
  • Communication Skills
  • Employment

What are study abroad intakes?

Know all about admissions and intakes abroad

Like single intake in the Indian education system, colleges and universities in abroad have various intakes in an academic year depending upon the country. Thus, when you apply for any of the universities in countries like Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand or the UK and US, you can choose from more than one intake each year. For instance, if you missed the September intake this year, you can always try for the next intake in January instead of waiting for a complete one year like India.

What are the different kinds of intakes for Abroad

Most universities and colleges in abroad offer two intakes – Fall and Spring.

 The fall intake usually starts in September whereas as the springintakes begin in January. Certain universities and colleges also offer a minor intake in summer that begins in April.

Which intake do Indian students prefer?

Most Indian students choose for the September intake since it works in line with the completion of school or under-graduation in India. Students going for research programs often prefer the Fall/September intake since many professors choose to start their research in the beginning of the year.