Study Abroad after Graduation

Study Abroad after Graduation

Regarding a career strategy, continuing your education after earning your bachelor's degree seems like a no-brainer in the current global economy. Many individuals opt to study abroad when searching for the best university to get their master's. It also advances your career by enabling you to participate in programs and internships of the highest calibre at prestigious universities with top-notch facilities, including libraries, labs, and technology. Your résumé looks fantastic with these accomplishments. 

Here is all you need to know about obtaining a postgraduate degree abroad.

Eligibility Criteria to Study Post-Graduation

Different eligibility requirements may apply for each university, course, and country. However, the following fundamental standards typically hold:

  1. Undergraduate Degree: A bachelor's degree, diploma, or comparable document from an accredited university. Depending on your bachelor's degree, some international colleges may accept 3 years of undergraduate study while others may require 4 years.
  2. English Language Test: You must take one of the English language tests, such as the IELTS, if you are a non-native English speaker applying to a master's degree in a nation where the language is widely spoken.
  3. GRE or GMAT: To gauge your analytical and reasoning skills, several master's programs will ask you to take the GRE or GMAT. The minimum test scores depend on the university and the program.
  4. Professional Experience: In several subject areas, professional experience may also be considered.

Course Duration 

The length of the postgraduate program varies on the nation chosen to pursue a master's because different countries have various educational systems. Here is a summary:

  • Australia: The length of all postgraduate programs in Australia varies from one to two years, depending on the program's focus and course of study.
  • Canada: One to two years long, theoretical classes, site visits, individual and group projects, and dissertations are common features of postgraduate programs there. Additionally, PG diploma programs allow you to work a part-time job and complete a degree in a year.
  • New Zealand: Universities in New Zealand provide choices for a postgraduate diploma that typically entails a one-year full-time or extended part-time program of graduate papers. While predominantly taught master's programs often last just one year, research-based master's programs usually last two years.
  • UK: All research-based master's degrees at British universities typically last two years, whereas all post-graduate programs need just one year of full-time study.
  • Ireland: Research-based master's programs at Irish universities typically last two years to complete. Otherwise, 1 year of full-time study is required to complete all other post-graduate programs.
  • US: The US requires two years of full-time study, including structured instruction and frequent exams.

Scholarships Available to Study Post-Graduation

You can apply for scholarship programs that are specific to your university. However, the following government scholarships are also available to Indian students:

  • Fulbright-Nehru Master's Fellowship 
  • Chevening UK Government Scholarship
  • Hubert-Humphrey Scholarship
  • Commonwealth Academic Fellowship

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Visa Requirements 

The requirements for student and post-study employment visas vary by destination. But the fundamental requirements are still in place:

  • A valid passport.
  • An acceptance letter from the school you've chosen.
  • Financial documentation showing you have enough money to support yourself while you're studying there.
  • Evidence of your English language skills, such as a passing score on the IELTS exam.
  • Documentation of any welfare arrangements you may have if you're under 18 years old (in some countries)

Students opt to pursue their PG degrees overseas yearly because it gives them access to special resources, training opportunities, or the chance to learn new skills only available in other countries. Additionally, it develops your personality and has the power to change your life.

Reach out to the international education specialists at University Bureau if you need help deciding on a study abroad location, program, or university. We will be pleased to assist you in achieving your objectives.

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