Leaving your home country to study abroad is one of the best experiences you can get. It is not only good for your career and curriculum but for also for your personal growth.
If you have travelled out of the country before, you will know what it is like to advance your academics abroad.
Please, bear in mind that planning to study abroad takes time and a couple of research on your part, so in this post, you’re going to learn the things you should consider before moving to make things easier.
Below are the tips you need to know to plan your study year abroad;
Choosing the right country is the first and the most important step you need to take. If you get it right from this point, other steps will become easy. You have to choose somewhere you’re going to feel comfortable to study, live and chop life. 😂
The language of your preferred study destination has to be put into consideration when making a choice. Things are much easier when you speak a language you can both understand.
Is the currency lower or higher than my country’s currency? Is it worth spending a fortune on? Will I be able to save more or recoup the money spent during and after my study program abroad? These and many more should be your questions while choosing a study destination.
You studying abroad also means adapting to the environment and culture. Make a research on the cultures of where you intend travelling to. As a Nigerian studying or moving abroad where the culture is completely different, you need to consider if you would be able to adapt to their culture. Would you be happy following their rules? That’s the main question to ask yourself.
As an international student, you need to know if your study destination can allow you to work or stay back during and after your study program. i.e. You can work while studying in the UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia. You can enjoy 2 years post-study work permit in the UK, compared to getting up to 4 years post-study work permit in Australia.
Other things you need to consider
– Consider the costs and the country’s requirements to study
– Ratings, reviews of the university performance
– Is the university good in your field?
– Accommodation, weather, and student life.
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