Many students think studying abroad sounds like an amazing idea but they don’t think it is something they would be able to do. Some of the things students don’t know about are ways to save money on travel expenses, the different options UW-Whitewater has available for places to go and length of time away, some of the learning experiences they can have while studying abroad, and how the experience will help them in the future.
Studying abroad is a global phenomenon, with students crossing countries, continents and oceans to get the best education possible.
TOEFL/EILTS is a requirement for studying in the US. For a postgraduate degree in management, generally a GMAT score is required and for technical courses, a GRE might be required. The eligibility criteria may vary depending on the course.
Most of Indian students prefer to choose Germany, Australia, Singapore, USA, UK, Canada, New Zealand and UAE to pursue their masters. But, it depends on the course you want to study. For Engineering, IT and Science related education Germany and USA are best places.
Yes, it's possible to get PR after 1 year of study. There are different classes to apply as such like CEC, PNP. But the simplest (at least on paper) is PNP. PNP is a program run by each province. Under PNP, you can apply as an International Graduate (Once you complete your studies). You need to have a permanent full-time job offer and thereby worked for a minimum of 6 months before becoming eligible to file papers for PR.