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Most Affordable Universities

20th, Dec 2018

CHEAPEST UNIVERSITIES IN THE WORLD FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS It used to be a dream to seek admission in countries offering free education to international students, but now, it is a reality. Among them are Scandinavian countries and others where tuition fee is nominal or even free for international students too. Germany features prominently among them as many of its public universities do not ...

Six Best Places to Study Abroad

7th, Mar 2017

Picking a destination may be the hardest part of getting ready to study abroad. With 196 countries scattered across the globe, it’s hard to pick just one to be your home for a summer, a semester, or even a year. HC is here to help you narrow it down, with a complete guide to the top 12 study abroad destinations based on a CBS news report from last year that tracked the number of student...

Study in the US: Timeline for September 2019 intake

8th, Dec 2018

1. First steps: April 2018 to September 2018 Start early and by August, shortlist 8-12 universities that you will apply to. Visit university websites and note application requirements, deadlines etc. By September, be familiar with bank loan options and scholarships to fund your studies. Begin by downloading admissions brochures from the university websites. Most broch...

Study in Canada: Timeline for September 2019 intake

8th, Dec 2018

    Here is an application timeline to give you an idea about what to do in which month. In order to pursue either undergraduate or postgraduate study in Canada, you need a strong action plan and monthly timeline. 1. First steps: April 2018 to September 2018 Start early and by August, shortlist 8-12 universities that you will apply to. Visit university websit...

Which Intake Season to Choose: Fall or Spring?

8th, Dec 2018

      The fall vs spring debate has always confused international students. We at studyaborad.shiksha.com are always trying to give you unbiased answers to such problems, hence we decided to deal with this question in depth here.  The fall vs spring debate has always confused international students. We at www.worldwidecollege.in are always trying to gi...

The oldest universities in 10 European countries

16th, Oct 2018

The oldest universities in 10 European countries Universities have become such a fundamental part of our civilization that we tend to forget that there was a time before they existed. The concept of a university as a center of higher learning was a European invention, roughly 1,000 years ago. Over the centuries, the original ideas that shaped these institutions have undergone significant evolut...

What are Academic Transcripts

16th, Oct 2018

In order to attend a college, we need certificates as proof of completing our school or under-graduation. This purpose is solved with the help of transcripts, which has a detailed record of all the subjects you have studied in the form of marks or grades given by the institute of study. The official transcript is always received in a sealed envelope stamped and signed by the issuing authority and ...

Planning to appear for GRE or GMAT? Keep these things in mind

3rd, Oct 2018

The evolution of Admissions processes in top-colleges has made it necessary for students to start preparing for Entrance tests at least a year in advance. To ensure the best of students, these colleges also boast a competitive minimum score requirements. Here are a few pointers for students to consider while preparing for their GMAT/GREs: First things First: Where do you stand and when will ...

Myths about the cost of higher education abroad – Do you believe in them?

16th, Oct 2018

Rik was born in an Indian middle-class family. He was always a good student and, like any other student, he had hopes and dreams of completing his postgraduate from his favourite country – the USA. Sadly, Rik was made to believe that studying abroad is a dream that only rich kids can have. He was also told that a higher education abroad can impose a lot of financial burden on him.  B...

Which exams can I write after 12th, if I want to study abroad?

16th, Oct 2018

You just finished your major high-school exams, and thought you could be on a break. But this is the time when you should be planning your next step, taking up another set of major exams that will help you study abroad. You need to take those exams because they are considered important criteria for your admissions at universities abroad. The tests vary based on your course and university choice...

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