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Study Abroad FAQs

Studying overseas presents numerous incredible opportunities for students. It not only offers the exciting prospect of studying at renowned global universities but also enhances job prospects. Academic credentials obtained from esteemed universities are held in high regard in most countries.

When it comes to choosing a destination for studying abroad, international students often opt for countries like the USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and Europe. However, it’s important to note that the eligibility criteria, tuition fees, and application processes vary significantly depending on the program and course selected. Therefore, receiving expert guidance throughout your study abroad journey is essential.

To assist you in obtaining answers to your study abroad-related questions and concerns, we have compiled a comprehensive list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). By thoroughly reading these FAQs, you will gain in-depth knowledge and detailed responses to all your queries regarding studying abroad.



Frequently Asked Questions to Study Abroad FAQs

Studying abroad opens better opportunities for students in the form of career prospects and a higher standard of living. The chance to study at top-ranked universities adds authenticity to your academic certificates and helps you stand out from the crowd in the job market.

When you decide to study abroad, there will be several questions you need proper answers to. A few of them will be regarding the cost of living and studying in the country, post-study work permit, visa procedure, health insurance coverage, funds required in the home country etc.

When you decide to study abroad, you should consider the costs that can incur in several aspects, the scholarships offered etc.

Indian students study abroad so that they have better career opportunities and course options to choose from. Another reason is that it is easier to immigrate to a country if you study there.

You will gain a few skills if you choose to study abroad. A few of them include communication skills, adaptability, self-awareness, cultural awareness etc.

When you apply to a foreign university, you will be required to submit a few documents like academic transcripts, Letters of  Recommendation (LORs), Statement Of Purpose (SOP), proof of funds in your home country, updated CV/resume, English proficiency and subject-specific test scorecards etc.

The length of your study abroad program depends on the course and program of study you choose. Certificate and Diploma programs have a shorter duration of a few months, Bachelor’s programs take 3-4 years, Master’s programs take 1-2 years, and PhD programs take around 5 years to complete.

The USA, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Europe etc., are some of the best countries to study abroad.

You should start planning to study abroad at least one year before you wish to go abroad. The applications start months before the start of the application, and you will have to arrange the documents as well. As such, it is essential that you plan early.

The entry requirements for study abroad programs can vary based on the program, course and university you choose. However, you will need a good academic score, English proficiency test score, passport etc.

It is essential to know a second language like English to study abroad. Additionally, most top universities require you to have a good English proficiency test score to get admission.

Yes, in most cases, you will be required to attend an admission interview for admission to top universities abroad.

After you get a letter of acceptance from your university, you can start arranging for health insurance, a student visa etc.

Yes, you are required to get a student visa to study at any international university. You can start applying for it after you get your letter of acceptance from your university.

The cost of studying abroad differs from one country to another. However, you can expect an average annual expense ranging from INR 15,00,000 to INR 40,00,000.

Yes, you will get financial aid in the form of scholarships, fellowships and educational loans to study abroad. These will be funded by the government, universities, private institutions etc.

You will find university-funded scholarships on the official website of the respective universities. You can visit our scholarships page for more scholarships that are funded by the government and other private organisations.

Most top universities offer in-campus accommodation to their students. Depending on your spending capacity, you can also choose to stay in shared apartments outside the campus.

Yes, international students can work part-time for up to 20 hours during their course. However, this is subject to change based on the country.

Yes, your overseas qualification from all top countries and universities will be accepted in your home country. In fact, your degree will be highly revered.

Yes, studying abroad will surely help you find a good job. Your academic certificates will be highly revered and will help you stand out in the job market.

Yes, having an education agent is helpful as they can guide you through the entire process of applying for your preferred course at your favourite destination and university. You can contact study-abroad experts like Eoscar for free assistance.

No, all services provided by EOSCAR, including counselling, are offered free of cost. You will get assistance on everything you need to know about studying abroad.

The ongoing support offered by Eoscar includes education counselling, scholarship guidance, visa application and student health insurance assistance etc.

The Indian embassy has a crucial role to play during your stay abroad. Within 24 to 48 hours of reaching the country, you should register yourself with the Ministry of Internal Affairs, which legalises your stay in the country. You should additionally register temporarily at the Indian embassy.

You should start repaying your student loan when your studies are completed or six months after you get the first job, whichever is earlier.

Yes, students can get travel insurance, and it is also advisable to have one. You will thus be insured in all aspects during your travel like baggage loss, medical expenses etc.

In most cases, you will be able to renew your student visa abroad, and you may not be needed to travel to your home country. However, there can be changes based on the country you study in. As such, it is essential that you have a clear understanding of it before you start your journey abroad.

If your overseas education was halted due to the pandemic or work, it’s time to return. A Masters is a great way to extend your skills, advance your academic career & gain numerous prospects. EOSCAR has in-house counsellors who will assist you in achieving your goals.