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‘Advice for students aspiring to study in Asia’ [VIDEO]

Advice for students planning to study abroad in Asia...

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Thinking of studying abroad in Asia? Find out what advice Zainab Malik from Education Intelligence at the British Council has to share with prospective international students in Asia.

Watch the video below from our Google Hangout with the British Council (there’s also a quick summary after the video).

·Undergraduate—Learn which skills you can learn by completing an undergraduate study programme in Asia

·Be individual—Find out how important it is to make your decision based on your own research, and not hearsay of friends or family

·Research—Learn how you can best research your study abroad options in Asia before you make your decision

 

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Study in Asia

Study in Malaysia

Study in Singapore

Study in Hong Kong

 

Watch more clips from our Google Hangout with Education Intelligence at the British Council:

‘Who teaches at an Asian university?’

‘The future of education in Asia’

‘The graduate job market in Asia’

'What to do for fun in Hong Kong'

‘How Asia is changing international education’

‘Studying in Asia and breaking down barriers’

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Monica Karpinski received her BA (Media and Communications) and Diploma in Modern Languages (French) from the University of Melbourne, Australia. An art and culture aficionado, in her spare time Monica enjoys film, reading and writing about art.

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