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Questions to ask before you select a country for your abroad education

Written by ESC Author on 23 Feb 2022 Posted in Blog

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Studying abroad is a fantastic concept, but how do you choose which nation to visit? Do you base such a major life decision on what others say, or do you simply watch television and get enamoured with a particular country, creating your dreams around it? The students want to improve their future by settling overseas, but they need some assistance determining which country is the best fit for them.

Here are five key considerations to consider before deciding on a country for your future.

  1.       What is my end goal?

The first and most important item to consider is whether or not you have clearly defined your end goals. Why do you want to travel abroad? Do you want to go because there are some good colleges there, or because the lifestyle intrigues you? Whatever your motivation is, it's critical to first identify it and then base your research on it. It's pointless to go through endless searches only to discover that what you did find doesn't fulfill your goal or satisfy your requirements.

  1.       Am I eligible for a particular country?

Assume you've made up your mind about where you want to go. Don't start putting together your documentation just yet. Wait a while and do some study to see whether you are eligible for the country. Each country's immigration laws are unique. You must determine whether the rules of that country are favorable to you.

  1.       What do I have to do to build my application stronger?

To begin, establish a list of everything that aids in the construction of a point scale. Then sum up all of the points you've already earned depending on your age, qualifications, and so on. Make a list of everything for which you don't have any or only a few points. This will assist you in beginning to plan how to increase your points score. If language proficiency is a concern, for example, focus your efforts on preparing for the IELTS exam and achieving the highest possible score. This will earn you a significant number of points, which will boost your overall point total.

  1.       What kind of climate can I survive?

While looking at photographs of snow-capped mountains or orange deserts is thrilling, living in such environments may be quite different. As a result, be sure you know where you're going and what the weather's like. Please keep in mind that studying abroad costs a lot of money. If you go there once just to discover that you are unlikely to be able to live there due to physical limitations, you will not only have lost a significant amount of money, but you will also be terribly upset and dejected.

  1.       Will I be able to work there?

Some countries have highly tight employment restrictions that make it difficult for foreign students to find work. This is why you must determine whether you have the financial resources to cover the cost of living in that country while working a limited number of hours. If not, perhaps choosing a place with a cheaper cost of living will help you manage to live happily there.

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