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Higher Secondary exam results declared- What next?

Various UG study abroad options for students who completed higher secondary exams. Congratulations to students who have successfully passed the higher secondary examinations.

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The benefits of pursuing an undergraduate degree from a reputed University overseas go well beyond the possibility of landing a well-paid job after graduation.

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The Tamil Nadu HSC Class XII examinations’ results are finally out - to the joy of some, disappointment of others, but undoubtedly to the relief of everyone! S Sushmita of S K V Higher Secondary School achieved the top rank, scoring 1189 marks out of 1200. Aiming to be a doctor, Sushmita said, "I had a feeling I would get above 1,100 marks. But I did not expect to score 1,189 marks and top the state! I am dedicating my victory to my teachers. They taught me well.” Here’s wishing Sushmita the very best to reach for the stars.

Where do we go from here? On to university/college, either in India…… or overseas!! Studying abroad, in the top-rated study destinations, such as the UK, USA, Australia and Singapore, gives you an international qualification, enabling you to pursue a career in any country. The benefits of pursuing a UG degree from a reputed university overseas go much beyond the lure of the big, fat pay package, and we at Hotcourses India strive to give you a peek into what’s on offer.

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UK Universities list

USA Universities list

Australian Universities list

Netherlands Universities list

Ireland Universities list

Apart from gaining an internationally recognized qualification and providing you global job prospects, studying abroad gives you access to the best of education standards and systems, excellent facilities and infrastructure, and exposure to different cultures and corporate environments. The added advantage of studying an undergraduate programme  abroad - whether in the UK, the US, Australia, Singapore, New Zealand or  Malaysia - is that, in most cases,  you get to specialize in the stream you are absolutely passionate about. Over the years, the most sought-after subjects among students from India have tended to be the different engineering and medical streams, but the trend is fast-changing with more students showing a willingness to explore other areas of study, such as hospitality, communication and business.

Be it the arts, nanoscience, medicine, media and communication, business and management, finance or social work, renowned institutes abroad offer specializations along with electives. The advantage of selecting multiple electives is that you get to discover and be exposed to alternate lines of thought and inter-disciplinary approaches.

Students can avail grants and scholarships to reduce the cost of study. These are available over range of subject areas.  There are a number of universities which offer scholarships that could cover tuition fees and other costs, or cover just your basic course fees inclusive of course material, or partial scholarships contributing only a percentage of fees.  

Most international educational institutes have admission officers who help you from step one – from choosing the right programme to managing funds, securing admission to the desired college to finding a proper place to live. Institutes could even have regional offices or representatives in your own city to address your queries and help you with not only admissions, but the visa process as well.

Explore your UG study options abroad - we’re here to support you with all the information you need!

For more information about various universities offering UG courses visit the following links,

Sweden Universities list

Singapore Universities list

Malaysian Universities list

New Zealand Univeristies list

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