Good news for Nurses who wish to work in the UK!

Starting 1st November 2017, the Occupational English Test(OET), an English language test designed specifically for healthcare professionals, will be accepted by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) for overseas-trained nurses and midwives. This test proves their level of English proficiency for registration in the UK. It is profession specific, which proves to be advantageous to…

New English standards for Overseas Students

Education Minister Simon Birmingham has announced that foreign students must upscale their English skills to study in Australian universities and colleges from next year. More than 150,000 international students who come to Australia every year will have to pass new English language exams and undergo at least 20 hours of face-to-face teaching a week in…

Battling Homesickness Abroad

If you have chosen to study abroad, then it’s a given that at some point you are going to be miserably homesick. Every student goes through it—and this means that if all the other students have dealt with it successfully, so can you. Reassure yourself with the fact that however bad it may seem right…

Best Colleges for your Money

So, when a US education is so expensive, what are the factors that need to be weighed in when making the right choice? A recent ranking by MONEY ( http://time.com/money/4846024/best-colleges-for-your-money-2017/) looked at factors such as educational quality, alumni success and cost of education. They rated the top 10 colleges as below: 10. Harvard University: With…

How to Make the Most of Your Study Abroad Experience

Studying abroad is certainly a life-changing experience, and offers many valuable learning opportunities – not just in academics, but also in various life skills! Here’s how you should get the most out of your study abroad trip. Organise before you leave! Don’t leave your paperwork till the last minute. Keep all the valuable documents in…

Why International Education Lures Indian Students Abroad

Indian students who are frustrated with the education system in the country are increasingly opting to study at foreign varsities. Colleges in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, Germany, France, and Singapore have for a while featured among the most popular destinations, but Indian students are now also exploring education in smaller countries including Sweden, Italy…

Top 5 Destinations for Overseas Education

Overseas education has become very popular with young students now, and it’s easy to see why! World renowned education standards combined with the chance to broaden your experiences and exposure, make new friends and learn a new language…all these advantages make studying abroad an exciting option for students everywhere. Which are the preferred education destinations…

Speak Like the Locals While Studying Abroad

Studying abroad is rewarding in many ways−not only do you gain academic knowledge, but you can also imbibe the culture and traditions of the country you are studying in. This can be an exciting and transformational phase of your life − you can make new friends, savour new experiences and learn to speak a new…