Taranpal Singh a young Indian IT engineer, who has spent around 2 years abroad and now he is pursuing his Master of Information Technology in professional computing from Swinburne University of Technology. Taranpal’s native place is Faridabad, India and he is currently staying in Melbourne, Australia. Here is an excerpt from a nice chat we had with Taranpal recently and this is what he has to say about his journey so far in Australia. 1. Why did you decided to go to study in foreign country? By studying abroad I will get more opportunities in comparison to India. 2. How
While considering which university to choose to study abroad, students are most likely to be swayed by a university’s overall ranking or its ranking in a particular subject. According to a recently concluded survey (Times Higher Education – UK); out of over 14,000 international students, which were surveyed, about 77% said they would consider both university rankings and subject rankings as ‘very important’ when deciding where to study abroad. 74% of students said they would consider “Student Satisfaction” as very important, while use of technology in teaching and fees were cited by 71% students as very important. This goes to
Going abroad for higher education in the US or somewhere else is a fantasy for many students. Be that as it may, it takes a ton of efforts to make this fantasy into reality. Getting a seat in many foreign universities, may a times depends on a few state administered tests like SAT, GRE, TOEFL, and GMAT. Students have to have decent financial backing in the form of scholarships or grants to live and complete education in a foreign land. Class 12th students and their parents require lot of planning There is lot that a student needs to prepare for
One of our student, Anurag Bhatnagar, was admitted to post graduate diploma in Embedded System in Conestoga College, Ontario, Canada. Anurag natively belongs to Moradabad of UP India. He gets three years work permit after completion of two years course. Here is an excerpt from a recent chat we had with him.
Getting into college is one tough nut to crack and even more so when that college is in the US. We would all love to study in some great colleges in the USA but the main deterrent is the cost of education there, especially for aspiring students from India.
Sahil Dang, who enrolled for a Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing at Douglas College, New Westminster is one of the thousands of success stories at Espire Education. Sahil originally hails from Phagwara, India, is currently living in Surrey and has been living abroad for nearly two years now and working as an Internet Marketing specialist. Here is an excerpt from a nice chat we had with Sahil recently and this is what he has to say. Why did you decided to go and study abroad? Well, it was a hard decision to make. I had no relatives and friends there.