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FIND YOUR REASON
Before you venture into this journey, you need to find out the reason why you want to study abroad. This is going to be the driving force to keep you going when the going gets tough. There are many reasons why study abroad is becoming popular and appealing to people. Most international students would likely say it is a combination of various reasons. Some of them are acquiring quality education, the experience of immersing themselves into a new culture. It could also be gaining a global perspective or expanding their future career opportunities. Doing this would help you select a study destination based on your own personal interests.
SELECT A STUDY DESTINATION
Selecting a preferred study destination is a matter that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Aside from personal interests, there are some critical things that should be put into consideration. They are: the costs of study (both tuition costs and living costs), your career prospects after study (is there a good job market which aligns with your course of study?) and your overall safety and welfare. You should also consider the kind of facilities you would want your school of choice to possess. Probably you want a lively or serene university town? Whatever your interests, be sure to match them up with your selected study destination, so you can have an enjoyable international experience.
GET THE RIGHT GUIDE
You also need to contact the right people who would be competent enough to guide you. Also they would help you get the required documents. Some documentations you might want to consider are your Bank statement (as required by the embassy), Medical Tests, Travel History, student visa requirements etc. For non-native English speakers wanting to study in English-speaking countries, it is also highly likely that you’ll need to provide proof of your English Language proficiency by taking an English Language test such as TOEFL or IELTS. Similar tests may be required for those studying in other languages. For more information on how to proceed, feel free to visit our website clarityeducation.ng to book a free consultation or walk in to any of our offices to speak to our experienced counselors who would be glad and willing to guide you.