Moving overseas for study
As well as giving you new experiences, having studied abroad might give you an edge when it comes to job hunting. It takes a certain amount of courage and flexibility to take on the challenge of learning in a foreign country. Having international experience and language skills will look great on your CV.
Make sure that the institution you choose and the qualification you gain will be recognised globally.
If you wish to study in Australia you must show you have sufficient funds to pay for accommodation, airfares, course tuition fees and overseas student health cover (OSHC). You must prove you can manage your tuition fee and general expenses during the duration of your stay in Australia on a student visa.
The first step in applying to study in New Zealand is to select an institution and course and then make an enrolment application for that course. There is no limit on the age of a person wishing to study in New Zealand however the New Zealand Immigration Service needs to be satisfied that the applicant is a genuine student when they process the student visa application.
More than 130,000 students go to study in Canada every year. The Canadians believe foreign students bring a rich culture to their classrooms, and if you decide this is the place for you, you’ll be made to feel very welcome.
If you want to learn arguably the second most widely spoken language in the world then a study trip to Spain would fit the bill. Once you’ve arrived don’t forget to register with the local police within the first two weeks of entry, taking with you all your supporting documents. When the application is in process with the local police it is not possible to leave the country until the “tarjeta de estudiante” has been issued.
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