How to Plan studying abroad?

Last updated: Jun 10, 2021

How to Plan studying abroad?

International experience have become increasingly important for students in today’s global economy. The number of students who study abroad is dramatically increasing due to the availability of shorter and less expensive programs. According to the Association of International Educators, there has been a 50% increase in the number of students who choose short duration study abroad programs..

Therefore, planning, developing and executing a study abroad experience has been discussed by many people. There are three major steps before scheduling any tour.

Step 1:  A. What and Where to study? 

The first thing you need to be aware of, is what to study. After you do your own research, you should list down the destinations that you believe are the best to provide you with the best education in the chosen major and improve your skills and knowledge.  For best advice on study abroad queries like countries, college listing, courses, etc. you can ask for Bright Future consultation. You can find an answer to almost every question you have regarding studying abroad on our website.

In addition, you can start by watching videos, reading reviews and blogs to get more insights into the desired country. Investing time in understanding the country through real experiences and from various networks and resources will help you in making the right decisions. 

Step 2: Check the Documents

Just you are done with educating yourself about the courses and destination, you need to submit some documents while applying for an oversees studying program. Documents required are: 

  • CV
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Letter of Recommendation
  • Academic qualification certificates
  • Passport
  • Visa
  • English Profeiciency Test (TOEFL or IELTS)

Step Three: Make the decision

Once you have all the above-mentioned documents ready with you, you are in a great a state of starting an extraordinary experience something. Going abroad for studies is a personally enhancing experience that will positively impact on your career as well. If you have made the decision, contact our experts at Bright Future to help you accomplish your dreams. 

References

koernig, S. K. (2007). Planning, organizing, and conducting a 2-week study abroad trip for undergraduate students: Guidelines for first-time faculty. Journal of Marketing Education, 29(3), 210-217

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