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- June 11, 2012
Hi, Studying abroad is one of the most challenging and exciting experiences for students. You need to research and shortlist various study options available. Like availablity of your course you want to study, what is the future of the course you intend to study, chances of getting a good job in India or abroad after you study, which is the right place for study based on your finances etc.
After you decide the program you want to study, you explore the countries that offer quality education in your area of interest. Select the University based on its ranking, cost of study, cost of living, whether college/university allows you to work part time to fund your education, scholarship details, duration of the course etc.
It is a good idea to do some basic research on your own, like talking to your peers, attending study abroad fairs, interacting with college representatives and alumni for a better decision. Once you decide on the study program and the country you can go ahead and apply to the institutions.
A visa is a grant of permission to enter any foreign country. Depending on where you wish to study abroad, a student visa may be required. Procedures and requirements for applying to a student visa vary from country to country. Every country has various types of visa for study abroad. You need to explore the various country specific documents required for processing the student visa.