Thursday, 25 December 2014

Guide to Apply in an International University

Number of Indian students seeking to study in an international university has increased multiple folds in last one decade. Students aspire to study in US, UK, Australia, Canada and South-East Asians countries for their better future and to fulfill their passion.

Alarmingly 90% of  the Indian applications are rejected by the international universities. Only 1 out of every 10 Indian applications are accepted by the International university.

The video illustrates how applications are rejected in the international university. The video gives you the details of the tough international competitions and other challenges faced by Indian applicants. The X factor required by the Indian applicants to get selected in the international university

Most of the applicants misses the important steps laid down by the application procedures of the international university. Here are the common mistakes an applicant does while applying for the international university

  • Application Form: More than 75% of the applicants do not properly fill their admission applications form. Before filling, the applicant should read and comprehend each and every word of the application form. While writing the application form, the applicant should elaborate his/her  professional and academic credentials with examples. 
Please Note: The applicant should not repeat same the example again and again in the application form

  •  Statement of purpose/Essays: The SOP or essays are normally part of the application form. The applicant should clearly articulate his/her passion for the university and for the applied course. The applicant should be able define his/her future goals and aspirations. 
Please Note : The applicant should research about the university and the course before writing the SOP. Talk to the university alumni to get more insights and scientifically back your SOP  through  psychometric  tests 

  • Curriculum vitae/Resume : is a profile summary of the applicant's experience and other qualifications. A well documented international CV is indispensable for any application to be selected. The CV should not be more than 2 pages. 
Please Note : Apart of word document CV, universities all give preference to good LinkedIn profile, video resume and other social media activities. 

  • University/school transcripts. Transcripts are known as detailed semester-wise statements of marks of the student printed on the university's letterhead. The applicant should submit all transcripts of 10th , 2th and each semester of the graduation.
Please Note: The applicant should make sure all the transcripts are properly attested by the university. 

  • IELTS/TOEFL score: This is an English proficiency test which is very important to apply in the international university. The international university normally requires the score between 5.5 and 7.5. Do send the copy of the IELTS certificate along with the application form.
Please Note: IELTS score is also important for the visa interview 

  • Extracurricular certificates: For X factor is your application form, applicants should attach all the extracurricular certificates along with the application form. The applicant should highlights all his/her achievements and accolades in the application form.
Please Note : The certificates of the applicants  should be of zonal, of national and of international level.

  • Financial Documents : The applicant should make sure that his/her financial documents are ready and are in place so that university is assured that the applicant can pay his/her fees and living expenses.
Please Note : visas are denied because of irregularities in financial proofs.

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Monday, 1 December 2014

Top 10 Countries for International Students for Higher Education

In the last one decade there has been transformational change in the students' aspirations for quality education amidst an increasingly competitive environment. To meet the high aspirations, students are travelling around the world to pursue higher education. The global education inspires creativity and fosters innovation. It provides students with the necessary skills to be able to compete in the global labor market.

As per the UNESCO report "The rise in internationally mobile students' reflects growing university enrollment around the world. In 2012, at least 4 million students went abroad to study, up from 2 million in 2000, representing 1.8% of all tertiary enrollments or 2 in 10 students globally”.

While traditional destinations, such as the United States, remain strong magnets for students seeking a high-quality education, new destination countries and regional hubs are competing for a share of the revenue and intellectual capital of internationally mobile students.

Top 10  Countries for International students for higher studies

1.America :

Approximately 750,000 students are travelling to US for higher education. The number is close 18% of total international mobility of students
2.United Kingdom :

Approximately 427,000 students are travelling to UK for higher education. The number is close 11% of total international mobility of students
3.France : 

Approximately 270,000 students are travelling to France for higher education. The number is close 7% of total international mobility of students

4.Australia : 

Approximately 250,000 students are travelling to Australia for higher education. The number is close 6% of total international mobility of students

5.Germany : 

Approximately 206,000 students are travelling to Germany for higher education. The number is close 5% of total international mobility of students

6.Russia : 

Approximately 175,000 students are travelling to Russia for higher education. The number is close 4% of total international mobility of students

7.Japan :

Approximately 150,000 students are travelling to Japan for higher education. The number is close 3.5 % of total international mobility of students

8.Canada : 

Approximately 120,000 students are travelling to Canada for higher education. The number is close 3 % of total international mobility of students

9.China :

Approximately 90,000 students are travelling to China for higher education. The number is close 2 % of total international mobility of students

10. Italy :

Approximately 77,000 students are travelling to Italy for higher education. The number is close 1.8 % of total international mobility of students.

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Has Brand Canada Successfully Lured Indian Students

In 2013, 14000 Indian students entered into Canada, this is nearly four times more Indian students entered in Canada in 2008. Though the absolute number of Indian students studying in Canada is small as compared to those Indian students studying in US, UK and Australia but 400% jump (from 3853 to 14000) in last 5 years (2008-2013) reveals "How Brand Canada has successfully lured Indian students" 

Why is Canada has emerged as one of the favorite study destinations for Indian Students

1. Easy work permit after graduating as compare to UK and US

  • Indian students graduating from Canadian universities are encouraged to take up employment in the country. The Canadian “Post-Graduation Work Permit” program offers students work permit for a period of time equal to the duration of the course or, for the maximum of three years.

Duration of Study (Year)
Post-Graduation Work Permit  (No. of Years)

  • The table above illustrates, if a student completes a one year course in Canada, then he/she will be granted a one year post-graduation work permit. If a student studies for 2 years or more, then he/she will be granted a three year post-graduation work permit. The students can later apply for permanent residency in Canada
  • On the other hand, UK has tightened its visa rules for the Indian students. The country has discontinued a two-year post-study work permit. Foreign graduates will be allowed to remain in the UK only if they have skilled job offers under the Tier 2 work permit category. 
2. World class education infrastructure
  • Canada's education system is excellent and ranks among the best in the world. The Canadian government has granted funds to these universities for research and development. Canadian government spends on education close to 5.5% of its GDP, which is one of the highest in the world. 
  • Canada's high academic standards and rigorous quality controls mean that the students will earn high quality education. The degree earned is recognized across the world. The Canadian government and industry together support research including: telecommunications, medicine, agriculture, computer technology and environmental science.

3. Value for money

  • Despite of providing the world class education, Canadian universities charge the lowest tuition fees compared to other universities in English-speaking countries.
  • International students are permitted to work in Canada while they study – both on and off-campus. This permit allows students to work for 20 hours per week. This applies to all full-time students enrolled at a public university, community college, vocational college, a publicly funded trade or technical school, or a private institution.
  • Scholarships availability, possibility of good savings after expenditure on education and high employ-ability after the degree makes Indian students to choose Canada as their favored destination

4. Safest country

  • The United Nations ranked Canada as one of the safest and best places in the world to live. 
  • Canadians are very friendly and open nature. As an international student in Canada, you’ll enjoy all of the same freedoms which protect Canadians – respect for human rights, equality, and a stable and peaceful society. 
  • There has been no racists attack on Indians as experienced unlike in other English speaking countries
For Indian students, Canada offers a great potential to grow and to explore higher education. Easy work permit and permanent residency are benefiting Canada as global education destination.