Other study locations
There are so many exciting locations to explore when you are considering studying abroad. We can help you to explore the options.
If you are looking to study abroad there are a world of study opportunities open to you.
Have you considered studying in a location outside places like the UK, USA and Canada or Europe?
Whether you want to immerse yourself in one of the worlds richest cultures in Japan or study in the worlds most dynamic economy in China there are so many study abroad.
Below we answer some of the most frequently asked questions. Or please do contact us to find out more.
When to apply?
The academic year varies between different countries and so do the application deadlines. Countries like China follow the same academic year as Europe and the USA with most courses starting in September. However, in Southern hemisphere countries such as Australia and New Zealand the academic year for most courses starts in February. The academic year Japan starts in April. You will need to get your application in well ahead of these dates so if you are looking to explore the different study abroad options please do contact us now.
How much does it cost to study abroad?
There are huge variations in the costs of tuition and living costs depending on which country you choose to study in. For example whilst Australia offers some of the best education in the world it can be an expensive option. Alternatively countries like Japan and South Korea have low fees due to government subsidies but the living costs are relatively high. Countries like China offer both low fees and living costs so could be a great option if you are on a tight budget.
Can I stay and work after studying abroad?
Yes. With countries competing globally for talented people every country you study in will offer some type of visa which will allow you to find a job and kick start your career there. The length and conditions of each countries visa does vary. We can discuss the options with you.
What about language?
Unless your are fluent in the native language you should not consider studying a degree in the countries language. Getting a great degree is hard enough! The good news is that all countries now offer a large choice of degrees taught in English. This can even be at public universities where courses are often heavily subsidised by the countries government.
Of course that doesn't mean you cant learn the language most degrees will encourage it and provide extra support to ensure during your time you go away with not just a degree but also speaking another language.
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