GO Abroad aims at bringing quality overseas education within the reach of Pakistani students, and thereby strives to uphold and preserve high standards of academic excellence, worldwide.
Counsel for courses that guarantee an exciting career in business, engineering, designing, science & technology, management, etc.
Go Abroad aims at bringing overseas education within the reach of every aspiring student and thereby makes it more accessible to students from every nook and corner of Pakistani. GO Abroad offers holistic overseas educational services.
Counsel for courses that guarantee an exciting career in business, engineering, designing, science & technology, management, etc.
Go Abroad represents many of the popular UK, USA, Canada New Zealand Australia, and Irish universities and arranges for regular students' interaction with the academic program coordinators from these universities. This gives them ample opportunity to interact directly and get their doubts clarified about the academic programs offered, the schedule of admissions and the process and procedure of admissions.
Go Abroad offers complete guidance to students in getting the Student Visa. GO Abroad coordinates with the High Commissions and Consulates of USA, UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand other foreign nations, and ensures that its student counselors are made knowledgeable of the rules and regulations concerning Student Visa and the documentation process.
Go Abroad offers most opted Accounting, Business, Computing, Engineering, Health Studies, Hotel Management, Law (LLB, LLM), Marketing, Management and more programs are offered by renowned USA, USA, Canada New Zealand Australia, and Irish universities.
After the students join the university, Go Abroad still continues to monitor the academic progress of the student through continuous rapport with the foreign university/college staff, maintaining contact with the students and answering their email queries. In cases of exigency, it contacts them by way of teleconferencing. Go Abroad also aims at bridging the concerns of parents/ students and institutions to address the problems encountered by students abroad.
Culture and HeritageThe UK has an extraordinarily rich and diverse artistic heritage, with British poets, playwrights, musicians, sculptors, painters and filmmakers enjoyed and admired all over the world.
A multicultural nationAgriculture has traditionally been the mainstay of the economy, although it now employs only 10% of the population, while services and industry make up a much greater percentage of the gross domestic product.
Working in UKThere are rules and guidelines in the United Kingdom for students wanting to work while they study. These must be followed carefully, or visa/immigration problems can occur.
International StudentsThose in the UK on a STUDENT VISA may only work 10~20 hours per week during term time. If they work anymore than this, they are breaking the rules of their visa. They can work as many hours as they like during holiday periods. If you are on a student visa, you must also be enrolled on a full-time course (any course of more than 15 hours' daytime study per week).
Prohibition on taking employmentThe words on this visa stamp state that "you must not engage in employment paid or unpaid. This means that you have to obtain the permission of the Home Secretary before you can work. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES CAN YOU WORK.
Studying in the UKEach year, 1000s of international students come to study in the UK. There are a huge number of degree courses available. These range from medicine, law, accountancy and architecture to the arts, media, humanities, science and business.
Living in LondonWhether you live in central London overlooking the River Thames, or in the more peaceful suburbs, you can still get to London Bridge in a few minutes. It's a cosmopolitan, it's exciting and it's one of the safest capital cities in the world.
Study in HungaryThere are several reasons to choose Hungary as country to study in but the most important reasons to study in Hungary can be classified in below terms:
General InformationLocated at the extreme southwest of Europe, the Republic of Portugal is constituted by the continental territory and two Autonomous Regions, the archipelagos of Madeira and Azores (Açores). The Continent is divided into 18 districts. Portugal’s total area is of 92.000 Km2 and there are around 10 million inhabitants. The Portuguese Republic borders Spain North and East and has an extensive maritime coastline South and West that bathes the Atlantic Ocean. The country’s capital is Lisbon and the official language is Portuguese.
HistoryPortugal was founded in 1143, being one of the oldest countries in Europe. Until the 5th October 1910, when the foundations of the Modern Portuguese Republic were laid, the Portuguese monarchy had developed a long history of discoveries and conquests in Africa, India and Brazil. In 1926, the parliamentary regime was replaced by a military dictatorship leading to the formation of the Estado Novo in 1933. Democracy was restored 41 years later, on the 25th April 1974, through a nearly bloodless coup, later nicknamed the Revolution of the Carnations, which are still a national symbol of freedom. In the following years, mostly as a consequence of the restoration of democracy, independence was granted to some of Portugal’s last colonies: São Tomé and Principe, Angola, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique and Cape Verde.
Political systemPortugal is a Parliamentary Republic. The President is directly elected by universal adult suffrage every 5 years. Executive power is exercised by the Council of Ministers. Legislative power is vested in both the government and the Parliament. Since 1975 the party system is dominated by the Socialist Party (Partido Socialista) and Social Democratic Party (Partido Social Democrata). Other political parties include: Bloco de Esquerda, Partido Comunista Português, CDS/Partido Popular.
EconomyAfter the accession to the EU in 1986, Portugal benefited from a significant economic growth and development throughout the 90s, largely thanks to the funds allocated by the European Union to improve the country's infrastructures. Portugal is a modern economy where the service industry, particularly tourism, is playing an increasingly important role. Today Portugal is also part of the “euro area” (Economic and Monetary Union).
Accomodation• The majority of Portuguese Higher Education Institutions offer accommodation in Student Residences. These are usually spread out around the city/town. Higher Education Institution campuses which include housing facilities are rare in Portugal.
Cost of LivingAlthough the cost of living has risen considerably in the last decade, Portugal remains less expensive than most other Western & Northern European countries. In particular, rents, food and primary goods, and entertainment are reasonably cheap: you can eat out for around 5€ at lunch time and have good meat or fish dish at a restaurant for less than 10€ for dinner. A full meal at the university canteen costs around 2,50€ and alcoholic drinks vary roughly from 0,80€ for a beer up to 5€ for a cocktail. A theatre ticket rarely costs more than 30€ and going to the cinema is rather inexpensive.
WHY THE CZECH REPUBLIC
Long tradition of quality educationHigh quality education and research, especially in Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, has a long tradition in the Czech Republic. The Charles University in Prague was founded in 1348 and is the oldest university in the Central Europe. Quality assurance of various activities of higher education institutions belongs to the main priorities of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports.
Diverse range of study programmesCzech universities offer long-standing reputations, unique conception and interesting specializations. Students can come for a short study visit or to complete their degree in a wide range of traditional as well as newly-emerging disciplines.
Offer for international studentsOver 42,000 foreign students are studying at Czech higher education institutions and their interest is growing as the offer of study programmes in foreign language (especially in English) is increasing. Czech universities are more and more involved in a wide range of international cooperation activities and programmes taking place in the European Union and other countries.
Safe location in the heart of EuropeStudying in the Czech Republic puts you in the middle of Europe and you have a great chance to discover all European countries and places you might otherwise not have had the opportunity to visit.
Cultural experience and fascinating historyDue to its geographic location the Czech Republic is situated in the intersection of many cultures. The country's culture was historically formed mainly by Slavonic, German (Austrian) and Jewish influence, which resulted in a rich Central-European culture heritage and lifestyle. The Czech Republic is sure to entertain you in between your studies!
Lower costs of livingThe costs of living in Czech Republic are not as high as the cost in Western Europe and the life is thus more affordable.
Facts and figures
Official name: Czech Republic
Location: Central Europe
Area: 78,866 sq km
Neighbours: Austria, Germany, Poland, Slovakia
Currency: Czech Crown / CZK
Population: 10.4 million
Capital: Praha / Prague (1.3 million)
Other major cities: Brno (385.000), Ostrava (303.000), Plzeň (170.000), Liberec (102.000), Olomouc (100.000)
Distance from Prague to: Vienna (300 km), Berlin (350 km), Warsaw (600 km), Budapest (500 km), Paris (1.000 km), London (1.000 km), Rome (1.200 km), Oslo (1.300 km)
Flight times from Prague to: Vienna (50 min), Berlin (50 min), Warsaw (1h 15 min), Budapest (1h 15 min), Paris (1h 35 min), London (1h 50 min), Rome (1h 50 min), Oslo (2 h)
Political system: parliamentary republic, double chambre Parliament of 281 representatives
Head of state: President
Membership: European Union, NATO, Schengen Area, OECD, WTO
Religion: every citizen enjoys freedom of religion, more than 50 % of the population describe themselves as agnostic or atheist
Climate: seasonal variations with warm summers, chilly autumns and cold winters
Average temperatures: January -4 °C; July 24 °C
Czech inventions: sugar cubes, contact lenses, semtex, fingerprints, Theory of Cells, blood types , the word "robot", polarography, arc lamp, lightning conductor, ship's propeller and more
Why Study in Ireland?Ireland’s worldwide reputation for high quality education is built on the solid foundation of commitment to excellence. Ireland is a beautiful island, combining contemporary modern cities with an unspoilt countryside, offering cityscapes steeped in history and landscapes lush with a rich natural habitat. Renowned for friendliness, our safe, English speaking country offers the warmest of welcomes to students from all over the world.
A friendly, safe countryAnd it is not just us saying it! Ireland was voted by Lonely Planet as the world’s friendliest country in 2008 and 2010 and was ranked 12th in the 2009 Global Peace Index. International students enrich campus communities countrywide and our hospitable nature coupled with an unrivalled sense of fun ensures living in Ireland is an unforgettable experience. The island’s varied environment is ideal for many outdoor pursuits such as climbing, water sports and all kinds of ball and team sports. It’s easy to explore Europe from an Irish base with low-cost, frequent flights making trips affordable.
English-speaking countryIreland is an English-speaking country with close cultural, economic and educational links with the English-speaking world, especially with the UK - our next door neighbor - and with the USA. With 36% of the population under the age of 25, Ireland is one of the most exciting places in the English-speaking world to be a student.
Internationally recognised qualifications and extensive choiceIrish higher education institutions and qualifications are recognised worldwide for excellence, delivering world-class innovative learning in many disciplines. Students can choose from an extensive range of courses to meet their needs in highly respected business schools, centers of scientific and technology excellence as well as renowned language, humanities and arts faculties.
Supportive learning environmentsDedicated international offices work closely with administrative, academic and specialist staff to fully support students throughout their time in Ireland. Through these specialist support structures, students receive direct access to information, facilities, services and staff.
Innovative and creative cultureIreland is a land rich in cultural heritage with a history of world-leading innovation. From the flamboyance of Oscar Wilde to mould-breaking James Joyce from the pioneering quantum physics of John Bell to Nobel Laureate Ernest Walton, Ireland’s unique innovative and creative culture is an integral part of the Irish experience.
Distinguished graduatesIreland’s graduates are innovators in their fields, leaders in their communities and ambassadors for excellence all around the world. Qualifications earned and connections made in Ireland deliver a passport to success.
Leading global companies in IrelandCompanies who require a skilled, educated and highly capable workforce to drive their success choose to locate in Ireland. Recently, Ireland welcomed Ireland has welcomed Google, Facebook, Pfizer, Apple, Intel to name just a few - all of whom chose Ireland as their European base. Take the first step to join the growing number of international students choosing Ireland to fulfil their potential. Your future starts here....
Why choose the Australia as an international study destination
Country name: Commonwealth of Australia
Area: 7,686,850 sq km (2,967,909 sq mi)
Capital city: Canberra
People: 92% Caucasian, 7% Asian, 1% aboriginal and other
Languages: English and regional languages are also spoken in some areas
Religion: Anglican, Roman Catholic, other Christian
Profession: Mining, industrial and transportation equipment, food processing, chemicals, steel
Why study in AustraliaIn Australia, you have the freedom to choose a path that suits your particular goals. There are thousands of courses on offer. Whichever course you choose, you’ll experience a unique kind of education. Studying in Australia promotes innovative, creative and independent thinking. You’ll learn to work as part of a team, to communicate effectively with others and to develop the practical skills and intellectual abilities you need for global success. Most importantly, you’ll learn how to use your initiative. Your teachers will encourage you to think of original, practical solutions to real-world problems. Upon graduation, your qualification will make you highly sought after by Australian and international employers. The Australian education system has a strong international reputation and is known for its effective structure and innovative policy developments. Many other countries, eager to improve their own education systems, turn to Australia for advice. Australia is also one of the best places to live. It is a young, vibrant and friendly country in which students can live, learn and grow. So if you want a quality education and a good lifestyle, Australia’s the place to be.
Excellence: Australia has an international reputation for excellence in all areas of education and training.
Australian qualification, international recognitionAustralian universities are widely known for the quality of their teaching and research. You’ll learn from teachers who are experts in their industries and who can provide you with a sound understanding of your chosen field. You’ll develop strong academic skills that can be applied to other areas and learn to think creatively and independently. Australia’s scientists and researchers have been responsible for major breakthroughs and technological advances around the world. Our best-known achievers have won international awards, including eight Nobel Prizes.
A place where work and study meetAustralia’s approach to vocational education and training leads the world in innovation and quality. You’ll have the opportunity to step outside the classroom and practice your skills in real and simulated workplaces. This will give you a genuine advantage over other graduates.
A great place to grow upSchool students in Australia study under a national curriculum framework which ensures high academic standards in eight key learning areas, including English, mathematics, science and arts. Teachers are committed to encouraging childrens’ intellectual, personal and emotional growth.
Improve your EnglishStudying English in Australia will give you the opportunity to use and improve your English every day. Australian English language institutions have video facilities, libraries and computer-assisted learning to help you become a fluent English-speaker in no time. You’ll even be able to find a program to meet your specific needs. Australia is a technologically advanced society and you’ll study at an institution with great facilities. Australian classrooms are equipped with the latest technology and laptops are allowed in many lecture halls and classrooms.
Quality assuranceAustralia – a place where your quality of education is guaranteed
Consumer protectionThe ESOS legislation provides consumer protection. This means you will receive the tuition for which you have paid, and your fees are protected by law.
Course informationInstitutions must ensure that the marketing materials (such as brochures and handbooks) they provide to international students are accurate and not misleading. Before issuing your proof of enrolment, the institution must first provide you with current and accurate information, such as:
Student support servicesInstitutions must support international students in adjusting to study and life in Australia, achieving their learning goals and satisfying the learning outcomes of their course. This includes providing information on arrival about:
Safe, multicultural societyAustralia is a safe, friendly and harmonious country. When you arrive you may find yourself struck by the friendliness and hospitality of the people. Imagine: you’ve left your country behind, yet somehow, you’ve arrived home. Australia is a very safe country compared with almost anywhere in the world. Political unrest is limited in Australia, crime rates are low and strict gun control laws provide a safe environment. As one of the most multicultural countries in the world, Australia is accepting of all religions. Your right to practice your faith without persecution or discrimination is protected by law. You’ll find Australia to be very friendly and welcoming. Australians value the wealth of cultural diversity and social sophistication that international students bring to our campuses and communities. We take great care in looking after international students and helping them adjust to the Australian way of life. Australians are open, friendly people and you will receive a warm welcome. Many students living in Home stay situations experience Australian family life in a natural, friendly way and often they find themselves treated like a family member. Wherever you live – Home stay, boarding school, or campus accommodation – you will discover many opportunities to make lasting friendships.
Tuition feesAs an international student, you must pay your tuition fees up-front. Aside from tuition fees, some institutions may also charge for other student costs, such as library, laboratory or sports facility costs. Excursions, books and stationery are other costs to consider, and your course may also require specific essential materials, such as lab coats or photographic supplies. Your institution will provide you with information on how and when to pay your tuition fees.
UniversityFoundation Studies : A$9,000 to 14,000 a year
UndergraduateBachelor Degree : A$10,000 to 13,500 a year
Vocational education and trainingCertificates I – IV
SchoolSecondary school A$6,000 to 13,000 a year
English language trainingvaries significantly depending on the course duration or institution : A$3,500 to 13,500
Accommodation options and costsFrom on-campus residences to shared Home stay with an Australian family, you’ll find room to grow in accommodation to suit your budget and needs. Your institution can give you advice on your accommodation options and understanding tenant and lease conditions. Temporary accommodation can be arranged for you before you leave home so that when you arrive you have some time to consider your long-term options.
Campus accommodationHome stay - A$110–270 a week Home stay is a great way for younger international students to immerse themselves in Australian life, and benefit from the safety and supervision of adults. Meals are usually included in the cost, but self-catering Home stay is sometimes available. Single or shared rooms are available.
Hostels and guest houses - A$80–135 a weekHostels are usually run by organisations such as Youth Hostels Australia and the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA). Students share kitchen and bathroom facilities.
Shared accommodation - A$70–250 a weekRental accommodation - A$100–400 a week Sharing off-campus accommodation is very popular with international students. You should look for advertisements on campus noticeboards and local newspapers. Expect that you will have to provide your own furniture.
Boarding schools - A$10,000–20,000 a yearMany private secondary schools provide accommodation, meals and laundry services for international students.
Campus stay - A$80–250 per weekMost universities and some vocational institutions offer a variety of accommodation on or near campus, such as apartments, residential colleges or halls of residence. The cost varies on the type of accommodation.
Working while you studyYou can work up to 20 hours per week while your course is in session. However, you cannot start work until you have commenced your course in Australia. If you’re bringing your family with you, your dependents can also work up to 20 hours per week once you have started your course in Australia. If you have started a course at the Masters or Doctorate level however, your dependents may work unlimited hours. If you or your dependents work in excess of these restrictions, your visas may be subject to cancellation. International students often find work in retail, hospitality and administration. You could expect to earn A$6-15 an hour, depending on the kind of work you do and your age. You may be paid more for working on Sundays or public holidays. Tutoring younger students in the field you are studying, or in your native language is also a good way to earn money. Student tutors can earn about A$40 an hour.
Student support servicesStudent support forms a large part of Australia’s education system. Institutions take their responsibility to student welfare seriously. They provide specialist services to help international students adjust to life and study in Australia and to achieve their goals.
Castelldefels School of Social Sciences - CSSSCastelldefels School of Social Sciences is an academic residential college Consists of both local & International students. We are committed to making CSSS one of the best places in the world to be an international student, making you feel at home in a multicultural enriching learning environment. Our aim is to provide the best possible environment for the students to pursue their studies at University. We do this by providing a comprehensive tutorial Program that complements the University curriculum.
MissionOur mission is to serve the educational needs of all students -- undergraduate and graduate, traditional and non-traditional, full and part-time -- by providing educational programs of high quality in an environment, which is both challenging and supportive.
SuccessAt CSSS, we believe that success in education lies in the combination of a theoretical skills and practical experience. We also believe that each individual has a hidden talent that needs to be nurtured to achieve success. We work to identify your unique skills and help you develop new ones. This personal approach helps you pursue your dreams and realise academic and professional success. We are entering into a partnership for your academic success.
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|Course Title||Level||Awarding Body||Duration||Tutition Fee|
|DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT||QCF Level 2||EBMA||12 Months||€ 3200|
|DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS AND ADMINISTRATION||QCF Level 3||EBMA||12 Months||€ 3400|
|DIPLOMA IN ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT||QCF Level 4||EBMA||12 Months||€ 3500|
|ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS ADMINISTATION||QCF Level 5||EBMA||24 Months||€ 4000|
|GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION||QCF Level 6||EBMA||24 Months||€ 4500|
|POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION||QCF Level 7||EBMA||12 Months||€ 5500|
|Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management||QCF Level 4||EBMA||12 Months||€ 3500|
|Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management||QCF Level 6||EBMA||24 Months||€ 4500|
|Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology||QCF Level 7||EBMA||12 Months||€ 5500|
Why Study in Malaysia?Students and their parents have many things to consider when deciding on where and what to study. In choosing Malaysia as a study destination, students benefit from:
Education System of Malaysia - An OverviewEducation is the responsibility of the Government and it is committed to providing a sound education to all. The Malaysian education system encompasses education beginning from pre-school to university. Pre-tertiary education (pre-school to secondary education) is under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education (MOE) while tertiary or higher education is the responsibility of the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE). The vision of the Government is to make Malaysia a center of educational excellence.
Primary and Secondary EducationPrimary education (a period of 6 years) and secondary education (5 years which encompasses 3 years of lower secondary and 2 years of upper secondary) make up 11 years of free education.
Post-secondary EducationUpon completion of secondary education, students can opt to pursue 1 to 2 years ofpost-secondary education. This is the university entrance preparatory course. In total, the 12 years of school education serves as the basic entry requirement into Year One of a bachelor’s degree programme in higher educational institutions.
Tertiary EducationAt tertiary education level, institutions of higher learning offer courses leading to the awards of certificate, diploma, first degree and higher degree qualifications (at academic and professional fields). The duration of study for a basic bachelor degree programme is 3 years and the courses of study at this level are provided by both the public and private education sectors, attracting many international students.
Tertiary education providers consist of two major groups:• Public (government-funded) institutions of higher learning, for example, public universities, polytechnics, community colleges and teacher training institutes.
Government-funded Educational InstitutionsThe Government provides more than 95% of primary and secondary education as well as about 60% of the tertiary education, with the private sector providing the balance.
Private-funded Educational InstitutionsThe private education providers in Malaysia can be broadly grouped into 2 categories, depending on the levels of education offered, ranging from pre-school to tertiary education. These two categories of private institutions are:
Study Opportunities at Private Higher Educational in Institutions MalaysiaQuality Assured Tertiary Programmes With Many Options
Categories of Private Higher Educational Institutions (PHEIs)There are 2 categories of PHEIs in Malaysia:
Types of Qualifications AwardedBy Private Colleges
Study Options at Private CollegesA. Internal Awards at Diploma Level
B. Preparing Students for External Professional ExaminationsThese colleges undertake to provide classes with tutorial support for students and prepare them for external examinations set by the local or foreign examination boards. Qualifications offered include those from the following globally recognised institutions:
C. Bachelor Degree Programmes from Universities in the UK, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Germany and FranceStudents can complete their foreign bachelor degree programmes at colleges in Malaysia which have an interinstitutional collaborative arrangement with host-universities from overseas. The most common collaborative arrangements that these colleges have with the host universities offering foreign degrees are the Split Degree or 3+0 Entire Degree arrangement.
D. Master’s Degree and Post-Graduate ProgrammesIn collaboration with foreign universities, many colleges offer students a wide range of foreign master’s degrees and postgraduate studies of international standard at relatively low cost.
Study Options at Malaysian Private UniversitiesStudents can study at these Malaysian home-grown universities to earn their qualifications at both bachelor degree and postgraduate degree levels. In both cases, English is the medium of instruction. The relatively cheap course fees combined with worldwide recognize qualification make these campuses much sought after by local and international students. The areas of study offered include business, computer science, engineering, IT, medicine, services and languages.
Study Options at Foreign University Branch CampusesDegrees offered by a branch campus of a foreign university in Malaysia is identical in every aspect with that of the parent campus in the country of origin. The first foreign university branch campus, Monash University Malaysia was set up in Malaysia in 1998.
Estimation of Study Cost for a 3+0 Foreign University Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Business Studies in Malaysia (per year)Tuition Fees : USD 5,000
SHORT HISTORY OF POLAND:Highly developed agricultural people have lived in the area that is now Poland for the last 7500 years, the Slavic people have settled in this territory for over 1500 years, and the History of Poland as a state spans well over a millennium. The territory ruled by Poland has shifted and varied greatly. At one time, in the 16th century, the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth was the largest state in Europe, before the rise of the Russian Empire. At other times there was no separate Polish state at all. Poland regained its independence in 1918, after more than a century of rule by its neighbors, but its borders shifted again after the Second World War.
About PolandPoland can satisfy the needs of the tourist who wants to spend a long holiday as well as the traveler who is looking for an interesting place to spend one or more weekends. One can enjoy the country in every season. Whenever you come, you are bound to find something new.
STUDY IN TURKEY:Turkey has a unique strategic position at the crossroads of East and West which endows this country with nearly ten-thousand years of history. As part of Asia and part of Europe, Turkey has remarkably wide climatic and geographical variations. Due to its location, surrounded by seas on three sides, Turkey as always been the center of great trade, silk and spice routes. Today, even in the most inaccessible or isolated corners, one can easily feel and see the traces of different cultures. As Turkish landscape encompasses a vast variety of geographical zone, it has the combined characteristics of the three continents of the world: Europe, Africa and Asia.
High standards of educationThe quality of the education and teaching staff at Turkish Universities offers you a world of opportunities to get the skills you will need for a global world.
Internationally recognized degreesDegrees granted by Turkish Universities are recognized around the world. For further information on degree recognition, you can consult with your country’s educational authorities.
Modern campuses with outstanding facilitiesYou will find libraries and advanced laboratories in which you can search for and acquire knowledge. With sports and cultural facilities, student clubs and dormitories you will enjoy being a student in Turkey.
Cultural diversityDiversity is richness. You will meet East and West together in Turkey, which has the combined characteristics of the two continents: Europe and Asia. You will not be a foreigner in Turkey because a mosaic of cultures has been embedded in Turkish culture.
Safe and affordable educationTurkey is a place where you can find affordable education. Tuition and cost of living are lower than in most European countries and the U.S.
Warm and friendly environmentAs a young nation (31 % of the Turkish population are between the ages of 12-24) Turkey welcomes young people. Turkish people are traditionally very hospitable.
Why New ZealandNew Zealand's educational institutions are well regarded throughout the world. There is a great range of opportunities available to international students here: quality secondary school education, a well-established network of English language schools, and internationally respected and recognised tertiary education providers.
Costs involvedTuition fees and living costs in New Zealand vary depending on the course and the institution.
Tuition FeesTuition fees vary between institutions and the major subject selected. Under-graduate degrees range from NZ$14,000 to 18,000 for Arts/Law, up to NZ$18,000+ per year for engineering. Medicine and dentistry, which are restricted programmes, have fees that are higher still. Post-graduate degrees range from NZ$18,000 to NZ$28,000 per year.
ExamsYou will probably be required to take the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) for getting an admission to an New Zealand institution. The school may also have additional tests for graduate students who are prospective teaching assistants.
VisasYou will need a student visa if you wish to come to New Zealand to study full-time for longer than 3 months. You can only get a student visa to study in a course at an education institution, which is registered and approved by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.
AccommodationMost universities and colleges can assist students with finding accommodation on or near to their campus. Here is a list of most common options:
Student HostelsThese are usually located on the campus or nearby, with single or twin rooms. Bed linen and cleaning facilities are provided. Meals are eaten in a communal dining hall, with special dietary needs catered to. A warden lives on site, and social and cultural activities are organized for residents. Hostels usually have computer laboratories and recreation rooms. Some institutions provide "self-catering" hostels where 6-8 students have their own bedrooms and share a kitchen and living room.
Home stay/Private BoardThis is a room of your own in a suburban house, usually with a garden and lawns. Your host family provides meals. Interacting with your host family and meeting their neighbors and friends is an excellent way to improve your English. The host family helps you make phone calls, read bus timetables, find a doctor and so on. But homestay is not like living in a hotel. Some "give and take" is expected, as you become part of the family.
Going "flatting"This term means renting a house or flat (apartment) singly or with other people. Choose your own flat mates of the same or opposite sex with mixed accommodation, ranging from a two-bedroom apartment to a large house on its own land. Most rental properties are unfurnished, other than an oven, a laundry facility, curtains and carpet. The landlord does not have to provide heating. You pay for electricity, gas, telephone and water, including connection charges. A "bond" of up to four weeks' rent is held by Tenancy Services and refunded when you move out, if the flat is still in good condition. Tenancy Services, a division of the Ministry of Housing has information about dispute resolution procedures and your rights and obligations. For more information on housing options and arrangements, contact one of our counselors today.
Working in New ZealandInternational students who have graduated from a course that would gain points under Skilled Migrant Category are eligible for a 1 year job search permit.
Why CanadaCanada lies to the North of the USA and, behind Russia, is the world's second largest country.
Costs involved>Tuition fees and living costs in Canada vary depending on the course and the institution. The cost of living in Canada is moderate, compared with other countries.
Tuition FeesInternational students are charged up-front tuition fees. Institutions sometimes make an additional charge to cover other costs associated with being a student e.g. Library and laboratory costs and sports facility costs.
ExamsYou will probably be required to take the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) for getting an admission to a Canadian institute. The school may also have additional tests for students depending upon their course requirements.
AccommodationMost universities and colleges can assist students with finding accommodation on or near to their campus. Here is a list of most common options:
Student HostelsThese are usually located on the campus or nearby, with single or twin rooms. Bed linen and cleaning facilities are provided. Meals are eaten in a communal dining hall, with special dietary needs catered to. A warden lives on site and social and cultural activities are organized for residents. Hostels usually have computer laboratories and recreation rooms. Some institutions provide "self-catering" hostels where 6-8 students have their own bedrooms and share a kitchen and living room.
Home stay/Private BoardThis is a room of your own in a suburban house, usually with a garden and lawns. Your host family provides meals. Interacting with your host family and meeting their neighbors and friends is an excellent way to improve your English. The host family helps you make phone calls, read bus timetables, find a doctor and so on. But home stay is not like living in a hotel. Some "give and take" is expected, as you become part of the family.
Going "flatting"This term means renting a house or flat (apartment) singly or with other people. Choose your own flat mates of the same or opposite sex with mixed accommodation, ranging from a two-bedroom apartment to a large house on its own land. Most rental properties are unfurnished, other than an oven, a laundry facility, curtains and carpet. The landlord does not have to provide heating. You pay for electricity, gas, telephone and water, including connection charges. A "bond" of up to four weeks' rent is held by Tenancy Services and refunded when you move out, if the flat is still in good condition. Tenancy Services, a division of the Ministry of Housing has information about dispute resolution procedures and your rights and obligations.
VisasFor getting into Canada, you need to have a valid passport and a student visa. Since it can take several months to obtain a passport and get a visa sorted, we suggest you to start the process as soon as you can.
Working in CanadaAn international student who is going to school full-time can work up to 20 hours on campus. This means that if there is a job opening at the school's bookstore or in the cafeteria or somewhere on the school's property, you may apply for work for that job.
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