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Students usually go abroad to find a better career prospects.  It is learnt that what a students could achieve in the career growth on many years of experience can be matched by going abroad for a higher education to a reputed university in the duration of a year or two. This mainly comes through the exposure and the confidence that the students achieve through travelling abroad


The student who graduated abroad mainly look for a career pathway at the same country.  But in some cases if the students prefer to come back to their home land and apply for a job, in most cases such students have been given the preference based on their performance at the interview and the wide exposure they demonstrate through their travel


In the recent times the Indian companies have hired a large number of overseas graduates for various positions and as long as the students choose the quality institutions we can expect the recognition from the employers.


Students need to apply for various scholarships available within the universities as well as the government scholarships based on the country they are interested in. Usually the scholarship applications close well before the usual application process starts, students have to be well informed on various scholarships available and apply for it on time. The details of various scholarships are usually published at the university’s website directly.


Yes you can, your possible entry to the university is purely based on your academic performance. In most cases the universities scrutinize the applications through various parameters like statement of the purpose and your earlier expertise in the proposed field of study. So as an outset the percentage of Marks is not the only entry requirement to be considered for the admission.


Yes, the students can apply for universities that will accept the mark range the students have secured. Though getting scholarship for such cases is a difficult task, the students can secure a position as a full fee paying student.


Not necessarily since the banks in India are encouraging the students to avail their education loan facilities. The students with a collateral security either by their parents or by an acceptable sponsor can be used for securing the educational loans.


Most of the universities do not practice any special quotas for international students, however we advise you to contact us at the time of application so that we can verify any updates with the university's policies.


Most of the countries do not enforce any entrance exams except a few special category programs like medical and dental. However all the countries will require a language testing score or comparative assessment as the entry requirements.  The types of test they prescribe vary from country to country. Please contact our office for further details. But those test results can be furnished later in the process and not necessarily at the time of application.

 

Notice Board

Scholarships for the Year 2010

Australia:

James Cook University - Brisbane campus

1,  2000/- AUD Tuition fee bursary* for Diploma of Business - 8 subjects

2.  1000/- AUD Bursary for every single subject with an overall grade of 85% and above

* Bursaries are subject to conditions by JCU Brisbane

Deakin University

Successful students will have their tuition fees reduced by:

- 2000/- AUD for any course on offer at the Burwood Campus

- 5000/- AUD for any course on offer at the Geelong Campus

- 8000/- AUD for any course on offer at the Warrnambool Campus

Bursaries are available subject to quotas for enrolment in the Under Graduate and Post Graduate coursework programs.

New Zealand:

Cornell Institute of Business and Technology:

This scholarship was established by Cornell Institute of Business & Technology - as the CIBT Scholarship. 

The scholarship shall be $1,000 tenable for one year. 

The scholarship shall be awarded annually to a student enrolled for either Business studies or Information Technology. 

Applications close on 31 December.

UK

There are many sources of funding available to you for studying in the UK – particularly if you are a postgraduate student. The British government and other UK organizations offer a range of international student scholarships and awards.

British Chevening Scholarships

The British Chevening Scholarship scheme aims to bring future leaders, decision-makers and opinion-formers to the UK for a period of postgraduate study. Chevening awards are given annually to students from a wide variety of countries. They cover all or part of the cost of a one-year postgraduate course in the UK. Once you have completed the course, you will be expected to return to your home country.

 

Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan (CSFP)

The CSFP is aimed at Commonwealth citizens who can make a significant contribution to their home country after studying in the UK. If you are from a developing country in the Commonwealth, your chosen area of work is expected to contribute directly to development objectives

CSFP Scholarships are usually for between one and three years. They cover the cost of travel to and from the UK, tuition fees and living expenses. In some cases an allowance is paid to help with the cost of maintaining your spouse and family in the UK.

Royal Society Fellowships


The Royal Society offers incoming fellowships for researchers from North America and Asia. The aim is to attract outstanding postdoctoral scientists to undertake high-quality research at a UK laboratory.

The research undertaken must relate to a subject within the natural sciences. Awards are not granted in the areas of the social sciences or clinical medical research.

Scotland's Saltire Scholarships

Under Scotland’s Saltire Scholarships scheme, 200 awards are available to postgraduate master’s students from Canada, China, India and the USA. This is part of the Scottish government's continuing support for the 'brightest and best' students to come and study in Scotland.

 

Canada:


The Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship Program is facilitated through student exchange agreements between Canadian and regional institutions. These student exchange agreements are created between universities for graduate students. Scholarship recipients remain registered as full time students in their home institution during this exchange.

 

Graduate Students Exchanges (GSEP) are hosted by Canadian institutions for a period of five or six months and provide up to $10,000 to cover transportation, living and other related expenses during the students’ stay in Canada.

 

The Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships (CGS) program is administered by Canada’s three research granting councils (the Canadian Institutes for Health Research, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council).

The Vanier CGS program aims to attract and retain world-class doctoral students by supporting students who demonstrate a high standard of scholarly achievement in graduate studies in the social sciences and humanities, natural sciences and engineering, and health; as well as leadership skills. Both Canadian and international students are eligible to be nominated for a Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship.

A Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship is valued at $50,000 per year, for up to three years.

 

The Pearson Fellowship is a senior fellowship awarded to individuals who have an outstanding record of national and/or international public service.

The Pearson Fellowship is intended to enable outstanding thinkers and practitioners to take the time to reflect and write on contemporary international affairs and the theory and practice of international development. Public education is an important feature of the Pearson Fellow's work.

 

The Visiting Fellowships in Canadian Government Laboratories (VF) Program provides promising emerging scientists and engineers with the opportunity to work with research groups or leaders in Canadian government laboratories and research institutions. Fellowships are awarded for one year with the possibility of renewal for a second and third year, at the discretion of the government department concerned.

Singapore

The SIA Youth Scholarships is offered by Singapore Airlines to outstanding students (completing Standard 10 in the year of application) in India for entry at Pre-University 1 in junior colleges in Singapore. The SIA Youth Scholarships provide the opportunity to study in Singapore which offers high education standards, strong research and collaborative programs with the world’s best universities. Singapore schools also provide an exciting cultural and intellectual meeting place for international students.