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How to Study in the UK

Want to study in the UK? But not sure how to proceed further? Here are seven simple steps that will enable you to discover everything you need to know from selecting the right university to applying for your visa.

STEP 1: University Screening

With endless choices accessible to you, as the UK right now houses more than 200 globally-recognized universities, the first thing you need to do is introspect and answer – what is your area of concentration? For example, a portion of the top UK colleges is a worldwide pioneer in technology, research, and development; while there are equally great opportunities in management, business, and economics. From Science and Commerce to Art and Entertainment; UK is a learner’s paradise. Read more

Cost of studying in the UK

Have you at any point wondered what the UK training could accomplish for you? In addition to a world-class globally-recognized degree, studying in the UK will offer you the chance to encounter another culture, cohort with distinct student fraternity and work under the aegis of eminent faculty members from all around the globe, with an ability to further advance your scholarly pursuits. Read more

Why Study in the UK – Perspective for Indian Students

The UK is one of the most popular study abroad destination in the world. According to UK Council for International Student Affairs, 4,42,375 foreign students were attending university in the UK in 2016-17. Comprising of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Scotland, the UK is increasingly becoming one of the first choices for numerous Indian students every year. So what is it which sets the UK apart from other acclaimed options such as the US, Canada, or Germany? What is the primary impetus behind the rising number of applications to the UK? Let’s elucidate some reasons which contribute to the crowning of the UK as a natural choice for Indian students in the pursuit of overseas education. Read more

How to Get into Harvard Business School

Applying to Harvard Business School (HBS) – a daunting thought indeed, and justifiably so. After all, we are talking about one of the most prestigious Business Schools in the world, one that is more than a century old. The prospect of applying to a United States University that boasts of a meagre 10-12% acceptance rate, and one that has churned out a colossal number of Presidents, Politicians, Leaders and Corporate Stars, would understandably be an intimidating thought. However, is the competitive admissions policy, huge applicant pool, and the meagre number of applicants who get in, reason enough to shelve the idea? Certainly not! If someone (anyone at all) can get in, why can’t you? They’re human, with their own human frailties and challenges, and so are you. Moreover, always remember that if something is worth achieving, it will (in all probability) not be a cakewalk. Read more

12 Questions You Must Ask Your Admission Counselor!

A brilliant score in your exam is definitely needed for admission to your desired university. But that is just one factor that universities abroad consider while assessing each applicant’s profile. They also take into consideration your academic scores at school and college level, extracurricular achievements, Letters of Recommendation (LORs), Statements of Purpose (SOPs) and application essays. This is where, admission counselors or study abroad consultants come into the picture. Read more

How to apply for a US Visa as an International student

Yippee! The cumbersome admissions process is finally over and you have your acceptance letter in hand. Great going, mate! Now let’s take a look at the visa application process, because (God forbid!) one wrong move and all your effort and hard work could be terribly wasted. Read more

5 US Visas you should know about

Open the US immigration website and there’s an alarming number of visa types that can leave you scratching your head in dismay! As it is Jamboree’s mission to simplify all things abroad, we have complied a list of visas that you should know about as an international student. Read more

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