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Wichita State University – A Kansas Gem

December 24, 2015  4:13 PM

Founded back in 1895, Wichita State University (WSU) is a public research university situated in Wichita, Kansas. With a campus spread over 330 acres, an urban setting and a thriving local culture, WSU is the third largest university governed by the Kansas Board of Regents. Offering over 60 undergraduate programs in more than 200 areas of study, and about 44 masters programs in more than 100 areas to almost 12,000 students, this college is noted for its standards of education. The main WSU campus is located at North Fairmount, in Northeast Wichita, it is a picturesque sight set in one of the most charming cities in the state.

 

With a population of over 600,000, Wichita is the state’s largest city, and shares a long and happy history with WSU. Money Magazine went so far as to rate Wichita as one of the ‘Ten best places to live’, it is a big city which has smartly managed to stay relevant, manage growth and yet not get as congested as most other big cities. Situated in the sub-tropical North American region, it sees both humid, hot summers, and chilly winters.

 

The university comprises of six colleges offering specializations in everything ranging from business administration, engineering, education, fine arts, health care, as well as the fine arts and humanities. Regularly ranked among the best universities in the country, and was ranked 35th by the Social Mobility Index college rankings. The Princeton Review, back in 2011 considered WSU’s W. Frank Barton School of Business as the 11th best course in entrepreneurship for undergraduate students. WSU is a fully accredited university and has a membership in over 25 associations including North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, AACSB – International Association of Management Education, NAFSA, among many others.

Wichita state university admits more than 1400 international students from across 100 countries, making it the largest enrollment in the state of Kansas. Every effort is made so as to provide the students with every opportunity both academic and otherwise so as to grow into their potential. The university also provides an expedited admission process where the students get their I-20 form in just three business days. They also provide intensive English training courses for students with poor IELTS scores so that they can assimilate better with their surroundings and face fewer problems with studies. Those students that have managed to clear the IELTS requirements and English proficiency training can directly begin their undergraduate or post graduate courses that they have chosen to study.

 

Wichita State University has a number of famous alumni, including Frank and Dan Carney, founders of Pizza Hut, as well as Gary Burrell, co-founder of the famous GPS maker Garmin. Using the unique and central location of Wichita, WSU gives the students a chance to take learning out of the classroom and experiment with it in work situations. It helps them build connections that will hold them in good stead through their careers and create friendships that will last a lifetime. The university is also NCAA Division I qualified and has a thriving sports and extra-curricular culture as well. Needless to say, your time spent at Wichita State University would be a memorable one.

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Important Fields of Education Abroad

November 23, 2015  5:07 PM

There are a number of areas you can choose to study in. Unlike in India where you are asked to focus on either getting in to engineering or medical, the choices of courses abroad are enormous. There are upwards of a thousand courses available for your picking. From anthropology to space science, there are choices galore and each student going abroad should be well acquainted with these so as to understand whether or not they are making the best decision for themselves.

Universities abroad not only provide a higher standard of education but also have some of the best faculties and teachers in the fields working there. Moreover they also attract some of the best students from around the world making it a highly diverse and energetic student populace, something that helps a student immensely. Students hoping to study management or do their doctorate in a field of their choice are increasingly going abroad because of the sheer scope of success there. Here are some fields which students usually target when going to study abroad.

Humanities:

While a vastly underrated subject in India, the humanities find a great number of takers abroad. This vast umbrella deals with subjects like history, linguistics, literature, performing arts, philosophy, religion as well as visual arts. These subjects delve deep into the subject and are essentially an important stepping stone for your post-graduation efforts. These courses not only give you a perspective to the world unlike any before, they are also an amazing platform to gain more and pertinent information about the world today. Humanities courses are in vogue these days because of the sheer amount of interest in them. Courses under humanities are the best way to understand the evolution of the human culture and gives you ample information so as to understand where it is going.

Social Sciences:

Social sciences, once a widely appreciated subject in India, is also one of the top sellers for those looking to study abroad. Courses that come under social sciences are concerned with the society as well as the relationships among people in said society. Anthropology, archeology, economics, cultural and ethnic studies, gender studies, political sciences, geography, psychology, sociology etc. come under the vast umbrella of social sciences. These courses play a hugely important role in understanding the world of today and an equally important part in taking the world forward into the future. There is a lot of demand among academic circles for more people to take up social sciences as their calling.

Management:

One of the most popular fields of study abroad after graduation, thousands of Indian students apply for management courses abroad every year. Some of the best known business schools around the world have singled out Indian students as some of the brightest in their batch. A management course equips you for a managerial position in any company and gives you the experience and understanding to deal with the situations that arise therein. This subject can contain anything from e commerce, marketing, finance, economics, international business, operations or even hospitality management.

Designing:

Another up and coming field, designing is finding a lot of takers among Indian students. Product design, fashion design, interior design, virtual design, graphic design, web design, among others, are just a few of the design courses that the youth of today are opting for.

 

Over and above these courses, M.Phil and PhD studies have also found a lot of traction among students in India. Needless to say that there are a number of courses out there that are both interesting and lucrative in the long run, so make sure you choose one that is best for you.

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7 Reasons to Study in Australia

November 12, 2015  10:00 AM

The sixth biggest country in the world, Australia is also the smallest continent on the planet and has one of the most diverse environments and a booming economy. The 4th freest economy, according to the 2015 index, Australia is home to some of the biggest mining, horticulture, fishing and other industries. Moreover numerous Australian universities repeatedly rank among the top fifty universities around the world. The country is symbolized by its openness to foreign students and the ease of application that it provides. With a number of courses in engineering, healthcare, life sciences, humanities and arts, among others, it offers a diverse range of education options to students.

 

Here are the top ten reasons you should study in Australia:

 

  1. Australia is a multi-cultural and highly vibrant society. It is a highly welcoming society and is a largely English speaking country. Travelling is safe here and the people are friendly. Cities like Melbourne, Sydney, Perth etc. offer an amazing standard of living and are often considered to be among the most beautiful cities in the world.
  2. This country, despite its obvious opulence and beauty is considerably cheaper to live in than the USA or the UK. Universities more often than not offer scholarships and the students can avail of internship opportunities that can help the students pay their way. Students of healthcare courses or even hospitality can find internships to increase their job prospects. Universities and institutes also allow students to work for twenty hours every week, something that is essential for most foreign students.
  3. Australia is a multicultural society and is home to students from about 150 countries around the world. People from more than 200 countries around the world have already immigrated to Australia making it one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. This makes international students well accepted and easily assimilated into Australian education institutes and universities. India is the second largest source country for Australia, in terms of international students, only after China, and is all set to overtake it in the coming years.
  4. A report published in The Guardian states that the almost one-third of all students studying in the UK found it difficult to obtain visas and almost 18 percent though that it was too long and lengthy a process. No such trouble with Australian visas. They are thoroughly checked and have minimal red tape ensuring that your student visa will face no delay. The simple fact that universities are so receptive towards international students also helps in obtaining student visas.
  5. Unlike the US which gives preference to IT professionals and the UK which shuts its doors for doctors, Australia is a far more open to students staying back and working in the country. It accepts people from a variety of disciplines from agriculture to aeronautics to actuaries, students from a variety of streams can find jobs in the booming Australian economy.
  6. Australian education institutes, colleges and universities have produced 15 Nobel laureates and are recognized around the world for their excellence. The University of Adelaide, The University of Melbourne, Curtin University for Mining (Perth), Queensland University for Hospitality are some of the most easily recognized universities in the country. Over and above that the Monash University, The University of New South Wales, The University of Sydney and the University of Western Australia are some of the institutes of higher learning usually preferred by international students.
  7. The Australian education system allows for three types of education institutions. Private institutions, which are public funded institutions, TAFE, or government funded institutions, or Universities which are also funded by the government. The students can compare the difference in the fees and make a decision that best suits their interests accordingly.

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Comparison of Education System in New Zealand with other OECD Countries

October 8, 2015  1:38 PM

New Zealand offers world-class, modern and responsive education. It combines proven, traditional principles with innovation and creativity.

Education in New Zealand is student-centered, focused on supporting students to problem solving, process information, and team work, so that each student is able to develop their potential along a number of pathways. In the past two decades, all aspects of education in New Zealand have undergone a major transformation, which includes curriculum, assessment, qualifications, teaching methodologies, and pedagogies.

Few Facts:

  • “New-Zealand is a top-performing country in terms of the quality of its educational system”, according to the 2013 Better Life index
  • First in world for education and fifth most prosperous country according to London-based think tank, The Legatum Institute
  • First for Best Country for Business by Forbes
  • Ranked least corrupt nation in the Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI)
  • Third most at peace country according to the Global Peace Index
  • Confirmed as one of the world’s most innovative nations in the 2013 “Global Innovation Index” ranking 17 out of 142 countries

All New Zealand universities offer a broad range of subjects for undergraduate, Master’s and Doctoral (PhD) degrees in commerce, science and the humanities. A number of universities have more than one campus, are often located in different cities, and many have overseas programmes, usually in partnership with an offshore provider, as a base for delivery of courses. A range of programmes are also delivered online.

New Zealand has a strong quality assurance system which ensures consistent, high standards of both teaching and research across all the universities.

What makes New Zealand’s education system better, when compared to other OECD countries?

  • New Zealand’s investment in education is below the OECD average in per student terms, yet forms an above average share of GDP
  • Each is a public institution and part-funded (around 50 per cent of total income) by the Government. There are no privately owned universities
  • A performance-based funding system encourages and rewards research that is of the highest quality and relevant to contemporary needs
  • Universities work closely with the business community in New Zealand and overseas, to involve students in leading-edge research and development
  • Faculties of Education within universities are closely involved with the wider education system in New Zealand and internationally, and carry out the majority of research underpinning policies and practice in New Zealand schools and early childhood centers
  • Each university is autonomous (independently managed and governed) by its own council drawn from the community, business, staff and the student body, together with local and central government representatives
  • All universities offer general degrees with a large choice of subjects but each also has strengths in specialized professional degrees
  • Universities combine large-group, lecture-style teaching with small group tutorials, discussions, laboratory and field practice for an effective teaching

 

New Zealand has strong international education connections and recognition. There is considerable international interest in New Zealand’s achievements in education – its educators’ expertise and experience, and educational services and products, are sought after around the world.

We hope this information has been helpful to you. For any comments / suggestions, please write to us. We would love to hear from you.

 

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Rao Group of Companies is turning 13 next week!

October 8, 2015  1:15 PM

We are celebrating 13 fantabulous years of journey in the foreign consulting industry. The success of the Rao Group can best be summarized in three words, vision, dedication and fortune. As with most beginnings it started with a vision, a vision to help students extend their academic horizons beyond their home shores.

We are a foreign education consultancy based out of Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Under the aegis of Rao Group of Companies, we provide a rich mix of services that make sure all necessary requirements are met with, so that you have a hassle free journey as well as study experience at the country of your choice. Our services include visa, career consulting, coaching for competitive exams etc.

On completing 13 years of successful journey, Rao Overseas Consultancy is offering flat 25% discount on any ROC service. Or get registered with any Rao Overseas Consultancy services and get IELTS Coaching Free!

Our offers await you!

Rao Overseas Consultancy

Rao Overseas Consultancy, one of the Rao Group Companies, provides foreign education consultancy services. We make sure all your requirements are met, so you can have a hassle-free journey and a study experience as well.   We strive to assist you at every step of the way, right from showing you the path to fulfill your dream of foreign education.

Foreign Education is indeed a long journey, which begins with the dilemma of selecting the right country, institute and course. Our services go beyond counseling; you can achieve your dream of studying abroad in no time at all.

Our services go beyond Counseling, Course Selection, University Selection, Application Documentation and many others. Rao Overseas Consultancy’s unending support ensures you have a hassle free journey as well as study experience at the country of your choice.

UNENDING SUPPORT

AIR-TICKETING

Just so you don’t have to go through the hassle, the moment you apply for visa, we begin efforts to identify the most cost-effective airline carrier for your travel. Once your visa is confirmed, we will provide you with a complete list of airline carriers you can choose to travel with to your study destination. By pre-planning the air travel for you, we are able to secure early bird discounts and pass on the savings to you. We understand that you are going a long way from home and may have excess luggage. This is why the list would be accompanied by the airline’s maximum baggage allowance.

STUDENT INSURANCE

Travel and health insurance is essential when you are about to spend such a long time overseas. We keep in touch with the registered insurance agents who have proved to be trustworthy and efficient in their work. Simple medical treatments also prove to be expensive in some countries; the overseas health insurance covers under it the expenses for hospital and other medical bills. Baggage loss is also covered if you have insured yourself with the right policy.

FOREIGN EXCHANGE

As you get done with your air-ticket, travel and health insurance, the only thing left to do is get your foreign exchange done. As you will be moving to a new place which has a different currency, keeping your bank account with required money in that currency is a must. Rao Forex assists you with the foreign exchange which assures you don’t face any currency issues and can always transfer and receive money during your stay.

AIRPORT PICK UP

To ensure smooth sailing after you land in a new country, we can help in arranging airport pickup. A chauffer driven car arranged by university will meet you at the airport and ensure that you safely reach your arranged accommodation. The same can be arranged privately with prior notification.

ACCOMMODATION

All universities provide on-campus accommodation. However, if one needs to save on costs, they can choose from off-campus accommodations. We have associated with a number of accommodation providers in almost every major city on the globe. You can choose from shared accommodations, private rooms and private apartments for short and long stay. They may be fully or partially furnished. You may further choose between accommodations with a meal plan inclusive of breakfast and evening meal or self-catering, where you buy or prepare your own food. We can also help arrange stay with an Indian family as a paying guest or our existing students who are already residing in that location.

JOB ASSISTANCE

At Rao Overseas Consultancy, we give useful tips on how to find jobs abroad where they are permitted to do so. We assist in preparing professional CVs and also provide references and contacts of job agencies which may help our students to find a job. There are opportunities to earn while you study, during vacations and even post study.

Getting in touch with us is easy. You are always welcome at our office at Acumen, Near Passport office, University Road. We are open 10 am to 7 pm. You could also give us a call on +91 79 3044 4444 or write us a mail at frontdesk@raooverseas.com

 

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The Importance of IELTS and TOEFL

October 8, 2015  12:40 PM

Both of these tests for English as a foreign language are crucial in deciding whether or not you will be studying at the college of your choice. Scores of either one of the exams, or both in some cases, go into forming a student’s aggregate and deciding whether or not they will get into the colleges they aspire for.

Each of these examinations is designed to test a student’s English language skills. This is done keeping in mind that English will be the language in which the student will be taught as well as the primary language spoken around them. No college abroad will accept a student without the requisite IELTS/TOEFL scores. Students with low scores are often advised to attend remedial classes or asked to take the test again at a later date. This often wastes precious time of the student. It is always imperative to clear these tests on the first go and with the highest possible marks because not only are they simple, they ensure you are adept at the language you are going to be immersed in.

IELTS

Called the International English Language Testing System, this test assesses the proficiency in English among students. It tests all four skills regarding the use of the language, listening, reading, writing and speaking. This makes sure that the student is ably prepared to face an environment with English as its primary language. Depending upon their requirements, be it for visa or educational goals, the test takers can choose either an Academic IELTS test or a General Training IELTS test. The listening and speaking components for all the students stay the same however the reading and writing components differ for both these versions. This test has a nine band score system with nine being the highest you can get and showing the most amount of proficiency in the language.

IELTS Academic examination measures a student’s proficiency in English considering their higher education aspirations and tests them accordingly. On the other hand IELTS General Training measures the comfort one displays with English language in a practical, day-to-day context. This form of a test is also mandatory during visa requirements for English speaking countries like Australia, UK, Canada, and New Zealand.

TOEFL

The full name of this test is, the Test of English as a Foreign Language. It is one of the most important parts of getting an admission in a university abroad. Most colleges and universities in many countries of Europe along with Canada and the USA use the scores of these tests to evaluate the English proficiency of candidates. This test helps them understand how, and to what extent, is the individual able to communicate in English.

Students whose native tongue is not English are usually required to take this exam during the process of applying for their student visa as well as a settlement visa or work visa. Accepted by over 8000 institutions across 140 countries, this is one of the most widely accepted English language test. This score is valid for two years. With a total score of 120, the test is divided into four different segments namely reading, writing, speaking and listening.

Both of these tests for English as a foreign language are comprehensive and widely accepted. To score well in any of these requires dedicated effort and an understanding of the subject at hand, English. We’ll talk more on how to score the most in these examinations in the next installment.

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Do You Wish to Study and Intern at the Same Time?

October 1, 2015  5:47 PM

Nowadays more and more students are combining internships with the study it gives a blend of academic learning with cultural immersion. It’s the perfect way to improve students’ foreign language skills and to meet new people that they would not find on campus.

But at times Internships or work can be combined while you study, helping you to gain a different experience from that of a classroom. It takes a lot of effort and time management to do both at the same time.

 

Things you should consider about working while studying abroad:

  • Flexibility: Working while studying abroad could cause some schedule conflicts. Students may face trouble balancing work and study life. So to make that work, you should be flexible enough to give up a class or be able to negotiate with your internship host.
  • Legal Issues: Different countries have different rules and regulations on working while studying. So make sure whether it is a paid internship or unpaid internship you are following the rules of that country and not overstepping your visa.
  • Immersive Experience: Working abroad may provide you a more immersive experience and can also aid in achieving language fluency. Students also get a better opportunity like to learn the local culture and experience local customs.
  • Seek Help From the Academic Staff: Once you are settled in with your new courses, you can approach your institution’s academic staff to seek help for the available internships. They advise you on the protocol on obtaining one. Or else you can directly reach to the companies that interest you for the internship programme.
  • Adjust Your Resume: Every country has its own format that typically need on a resume. For instance, in Europe, resume includes information such as marital status, the number of children, and a picture, which something you would never find on an American resume.

Now that you understood how to manage with an internship while studying, Let us discover a few out of numerous ways on how to get an internship while studying.

  • A Programme That Can Offer Both: As students are interested in doing internship while they study abroad not only to gain some practical international experience, but also the future career which sets them apart from other students. So you can choose a programme which offers internship while you study.
  • Consult Your University: Before you directly apply to any internship programme, first consult your host university whether or not they provide any kind of internship for the foreign students.
  • Plan Ahead: It is very important to know that deciding to do an internship abroad takes planning ahead. Not only finding an internship is trickier, but also prospective applicants should be prepared to do a little extra homework.
  • Member in a Professional Network: Being a member in a professional network such as LinkedIn who have connections with people, programmes, or overseas companies could help you secure an internship abroad.
  • Basic Research: If you want to do an internship while studying abroad, do your homework and start weighing your options at least a year before you set sail. Give yourself enough time to research the different internships available, actually apply to the internships, and ultimately seal the deal.

So whether it is “interning while studying abroad” or “studying while interning abroad,” there are many ways to work it out at the same time. The important thing to remember is that it can be done – sometimes all you need to do is ask for what you want.

So by giving yourself enough time to prepare, you won’t have to rush to complete the paperwork, find a place to live, and make travel arrangements. For more information on study and internships abroad, please call us on +91 79 30444444.

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Doctor of Dental Surgery in USA

October 1, 2015  4:20 PM

Dentistry in USA is one of the best paying best paying professional jobs. But for an Indian, who has done his / her BDS in India and then wants to migrate to USA for masters, there are certain procedures and exams to clear. So that he / she can be eligible for studying in USA.

What are the required exams?

National Board Dental Examinations Part 1 & Part 2 (NBDE)

It is an exam which provides license to practice Dentistry in US. Another exam which you are required to clear is TOEFL.

The NBDE is divided into two tests

Part I

  • Generally taken after your first or second year of dental school (after the basic science curriculum is completed).
  • Subject areas focus on basic sciences:
  • Anatomic Science
  • Biochemistry / Physiology
  • Microbiology / Pathology
  • Dental Anatomy / Occlusion
  • Structured as a one-day exam: 400 questions to be completed in seven hours with 20% being grouped into testlets with interdisciplinary focus and clinical application.
  • Performance is scored as pass/fail.

Part II

  • Generally taken during the third or fourth year of dental school.
  • Subject areas focus on clinical dentistry:
  • Operative Dentistry
  • Pharmacology
  • Prosthodontics
  • Oral Surgery/Pain Control
  • Orthodontics / Pediatric Dentistry
  • Endodontics
  • Periodontics
  • Oral Pathology/Radiology
  • Patient Management
  • Structured as a two-day exam: 400 questions to be completed in seven hours on the first day; – 100 case-based questions to be completed in three and a half hours on the second day.
  • Performance is scored as pass/fail.

Steps for taking NBDE Part I & II:

  1. Read the NBDE Candidate Guide– Be familiar with the NBDE testing guidelines for each part of the exam. The guides are available on theADA website.Reviewing it will give you an idea of testing protocol, exam structure, and more.
  2. Send your eligibility letter to JCDNE– Either you or your school must send a completed “certification of eligibility” signed by your dean to the JCDNE office for each NBDE application submitted (there is a different form forPart Iand Part II).
  3. Obtain your DENTPIN and apply for the exam– Before you can apply to take NBDE Part I, you must register for a DENTPIN. Once you have it handy, apply forPart Ior Part II online.
  4. Sign up for a test date– The tests are administered by Prometric Inc., at Prometric Test Centers. Do not wait too long to schedule the test — many students often take these exams around the same time and spaces are limited. Plan ahead to ensure you are able reserve the date you want, especially with Part II which needs to be taken on two consecutive days.Test dates may be rescheduled up to 48 hours in advance. The more notice you give, the less expensive the rescheduling fee will be (i.e. $25 for 31+ business days prior to testing appointment, $100 for one to five business days prior to the testing appointment).

How long do I have to wait to retest?

According to the JCDNE, you must wait 90 days between examination attempts. You will not receive your eligibility information nor will you be able to contact Prometric to schedule an appointment until the 90 day waiting period is over. National Board candidates who have failed the NBDE Part I three times must wait 12 months before retesting. Candidates who have received a passing score may not retest unless they provide evidence that they must retest for purposes of licensure. Candidates are limited to successful completion of an examination within five years of testing or five examination attempts, whichever comes first.

ADEA CAAPID Application Process

The American Dental Education Association Centralized Application for Advanced Placement for International Dentists (ADEA CAAPID) is the centralized application service for foreign educated dental graduates who wish to practice dentistry in the United States or Canada. ADEA CAAPID is the place to research and apply to participating advanced standing dental programs without having to go through traditional D.D.S. / D.M.D. programs. Save time and energy by completing one application for multiple programs. ADEA CAAPID is open from March through February each year.

New cycle for DDS starts from February, 2016.

We hope you find this information helpful. For any questions / additional information, please visit our website: www.raooverseas.com. free slots

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Why you should study in Canada?

September 29, 2015  6:59 PM

The lifestyle is simple but gives you a blend of contemporary times and traditions. The music and theater of Canada is much appreciated across the globe. People of the country warmly welcome foreign immigrants where it accommodates many immigrants from the Asian Sub-Continent. In Canada, international students and professionals get a chance to meet with industry leaders and interact with global networks. Toronto is the largest and the most developed city of Canada. With a population of more than 2.9cmillion people (5.5 million people in the Greater Toronto Area), it is considered as one of the multi-cultural metropolitan cities in the world. Over 140 languages and dialects are spoken. Coming from the aboriginals, the tint of the culture is still seen here. You will find a balance between cultural ethnicity and economic development. It is a global center for business, arts & culture and it is ranked as one of the best places to live. A world within a city, explore Canada through its neighborhoods in Toronto, Windsor and Ontario.

Reasons to study in Canada

The education sector in Canada is well renowned for its quality and excellence. The Canadian credentials are valued around the world, offering a great benefit for your career in the long term. The universities here are equipped with the latest technologies and amenities. Above all, if you choose to study in Canada, the tuition fees will be comparatively lower than those of the US and the UK; because the Govt. places a lot of emphasis on making available of quality affordable education, which would greatly benefit your stay.

Broad Employment Opportunities:

Canada and United States belong to North America Free Trade Area and are pursuing the policy of immigration and rejuvenating where human and cultural, economic development, trade and prosperity, employment prospects of graduates and opportunities are unlimited.

Reasonable Expenses:

Education in Canada is affordable and qualitative. It is comparatively lesser than education in countries like USA or UK which are the major hot spots. There are many such places where students get to make the most of these things.

A Leader in Computer Technology

Canada is a leader in computer technology and engineering. There is a huge scope in the field of pharmaceuticals also.

Canada’s Top Five Programs:

– Commerce & Management

– Engineering & Technology

– Medicine

– Arts

– Science

Canada is well-known for the above mentioned programs globally. The United Nations survey found that Canada is the world’s most suitable place of human life. The survey also mentioned Canada has universal level of education, high life expectancy and low crime rate and so scored the highest score. Canada is an information technology leader in communications, transportation’s and engineering enjoys excellent reputation. Other fields like aviation, urban transport, microelectronics, medical devices, advanced software, hydroelectric and nuclear power, lasers and optoelectronics, biotechnology, food and beverage processing, geometric and ocean and environmental industries are more prominent. Canadians attach great importance to education and has first class schools to pursue higher education. If you planning to pursue your education abroad, Canada could be your dream destination. For more information, please visit our website www.raoverseas.com and get all the information you need for studying in Canada.

We are Rao Overseas Consultancy, pioneers in counselling students to live their dreams abroad. Visit our center and follow an organized and systematic ways of going abroad which is again extremely hassle-free with us.

Rao Overseas Consultancy – The World of Foreign Opportunities.

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10 Reasons – Why to Study Abroad?

May 14, 2015  8:34 AM

Are you thinking about pursuing your higher education abroad?

Then, you should take a look at these factors to develop understanding on benefits on studying abroad. The following will help you to figure it out, if at all you have second thoughts!

  1. Worldwide Exposure

 

Today, with the fifth estate, the Internet entering into our lives in different ways has become a very important part of our lives. Don’t you agree? Thus, sharing information or reaching out to people anywhere has become much easier. The extensive globalisation taking place since the last decade has led to expansion of trades and business on an international level. Thus, studying abroad can give you the right exposure in the international market and your scope to make an international career increases. Also, the knowledge and experience comes as an added advantage when you join your work place.

 

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