Category: IELTS / TOEFL (page 1 of 5)

How to Study in Germany without IELTS?

Have you ever wondered about giving those magical wings to your career? It is quite true that a sustainable professional life takes a lot of hard work and some financial hardships. There are some countries in the European Union that let you study there by paying virtually no tuition fees and only nominal living expenses. You are surprised, right! Not only this, but some of the universities allow you to study without IELTS or TOEFL scores. Read more

Unleash your MBBS dreams in the UK: universities, eligibility, fees, scholarships and more!

With over 30,000 Indian students migrating to join UK universities during last year, 2022 seems poised for another surge. Home to some of the most coveted premium institutions that compete on the global college ranking surveys, UK is an ideal hub for medical aspirants in India who want to pursue  a 5–6-year full-time MBBS program. Read more

IELTS bands demystified: How are IELTS scores calculated?

You would have heard about IELTS even before you planned on taking it. It’s not a coincidence, IELTS is one of the most popular English language tests globally. It is one of the pioneers in the realm of English language skills testing for study and immigration purposes. Over four million people take the test each year. Read more

Top 20 Undergraduate Scholarships to Study in Canada

A wide platter of scholarships, multicultural bouquet of a crowd, network of quality universities and less anxious parents, Canada does have it all! The country has slowly climbed the ladder to become a hot-spot for foreign education and is now the go-to destination for international students from all over the world. Main attractions for international students are the welcoming and super-friendly locals, stay and work visa after graduation, low crime rates and lower cost of living. Read more

All about Masters in Mechanical Engineering from Germany

It’s hard to think about Germany and somehow manage to miss out pretzels, cars and engineering universities. That’s because Germany has made its place among the most sought-after country for a career in engineering globally. Students aspiring for a career in engineering have got their heart set on Germany across the globe. Based on the data collected from last year, 37% of international students’ study engineering in Germany, and every year these numbers have only been increasing. Read more

How can you improve your profile through research work?

What is profile building?

Universities abroad follow a holistic approach to admissions as opposed to Indian universities which conduct an entrance exam to judge the potential of the students applying. As pursuing higher studies abroad gains pace, with increasing competition, showcasing a strong profile becomes vital. Read more

What is a work placement year and how to get it?

A work placement year is usually spent gaining valuable work/industrial experience during your term at the university. It may be a compulsory element of your curriculum and you could be required to complete it in the middle of your second and final year at university during a sandwich course. You may be assessed and get credit for the year in the industry too. Read more

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