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Kavitha Vijeyavelan
17 Aug 2015 2K 1 min Share

Step-by-Step Guide to Study Abroad - 2014-15

An infographic illustrating month-by-month chart to study abroad in 2014-15.

17 Aug 2015 2K 1 min Share
Thinking about studying abroad? Even if you have the slightest interest in studying abroad, you should consider applying. There may be over 670 universities in India, yet the craze for studying abroad has not slowed down by the least bit. It may sound cliché but by choosing to study abroad, you become more marketable to international employers, owing to the valuable skills that you would have acquired in the experience.  The fact that you’ve studied abroad will give you the edge over others who have not had the kind of exposure you would have had and of course, not to mention, the quality of academia. 

Get Your Prep On!

You have to get your prep on from around 12- 16 months prior to when you would like to actually be starting study in the university. When it comes to study abroad exams, you should be well informed that different countries have different requirements for students to meet. Most commonly, some of the entry requirements include the GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, or IELTS scores. 

The Seasons!

If you’re looking to get started with your applications, here are the kind of timelines you should be looking at and planning around. In general, there are totally three terms within an academic year.
  • The Fall Term - The Fall term programs typically begin from the months July to October. 
  • Spring Term - The Spring term programs typically begin between the months of December and April. 
  • Summer Term - The Summer term programs typically begin between the months May and August. 

Your Academic Calendar!

Here’s what your academic calendar should look like if you’re planning for acquiring admissions abroad in the coming academic year: 

 

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