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Country Guides for International Students
Preparing to Study Abroad
There are many components to consider when preparing to study in a foreign country, but these 3 key elements are the most important
Picking the right course may influence your application process, so you need to choose one that is relevant to your admission and also useful after graduation
Identifying a college that offers your chosen course. automatically determines which countries are a good match for your study
School admission requirements differ from that of Immigrations, but the barest minimum criteria you need for immigration must include your Passport, Visa Entry and a Criminal Record Check
We provide a list of requirements with our personalized service.
How We Help International Students Travelling to Study
While studying abroad can be complex and challenging, getting organized and prepared ahead of time is critical for success. MyDreamEscapade can assist you with
Popular Courses to Study Abroad
Western countries tend to be more favourable to applications in disciplines where they have shortages, such as Science, Medicine, Technology and Engineering, and students that major in these fields, may find more college placement opportunities, as well as job prospects after graduation. Use our guide to the best courses to study abroad to help your decision-making
Requirements To Study Abroad
Most international travel requires a passport and Visas as a standard, but beyond this, each country and school may request additional information that is peculiar only to them. See more in-depth resources towards preparations for studying abroad. Alternatively, if you tell us more about your trip, we can answer your questions, and personalize your experience.
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Why Travel to Study
By studying abroad, students acquire the knowledge and skillset that helps uncover global opportunities for their careers, as well as their personal development. They learn to broaden their perspective and appreciation of the International socio-economic and political environment, which extends beyond academia, and empowers their positioning as global leaders of the future
As of 2019, international students enrolled in American colleges made up 5.5% of the entire student body, highlighting the popularity of studying abroad – and the trend is expected to increase in 2021 despite the coronavirus pandemic.
European countries recorded 1.3 million students, undertaking tertiary education as of 2018, with the United Kingdom, France, The Netherlands, Denmark, Germany and Sweden among the most frequented countries.
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The Best Countries for Studying Abroad
While a vast number of countries accept international students from around the world, western countries in Europe, North America and Australia remain the favourite destinations for most international students.
The chart below shows that English speaking countries tend to produce a high turnover of international students compared to their non-English counterparts; an observation that can be helpful when choosing your preferred course or country.
Our comprehensive guides can provide more helpful insights about each country in our program.
Courses with Most International Students in America and Europe
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