Thursday, 24 November 2022

Best Place To Study: India Or Abroad

There was a time when very few people would go to study abroad mainly because of the expenses. In recent years lakhs of people pursue their higher education abroad. There are a number of things that are different when it comes to studying abroad and studying in your home country like the variety of courses, research, education system, training, etc.

The decision of studying abroad is quite hard for students but it takes their career in a different direction. Many things need to be considered while taking the final step. On the other hand, India has also grown in terms of opportunities and studies. As a result, the question regarding whether to continue studying in India or study abroad, arises.

Here are some points to consider before making the choice to study in India or abroad. 


·     Motivation 

One needs to know the reason behind studying abroad. Identify the motivation behind that choice. If the motivation lies in the selected course then it's a must-go. There are times when students just go abroad because of peer pressure or just for a travel purpose, which does not pay well. Studying abroad automatically gives a candidate a chance to travel and explore a new culture, food, places, etc. Make sure that future opportunities in the chosen course will serve as motivation.

If a student's motivation doesn't lie in the course or the opportunities then there is also an alternative option if you are only interested in traveling to a foreign country and that is to take up an overseas summer internship. Continuing studies in India can be comfortable as you can stay close to your families and friends. Consider the choice based on the colleges, universities, teaching process, and exposure you will receive.


·     Study Fields 

Indian study is more theoretical whereas foreign study is more flexible. Numerous students choose to specialize in fields like Engineering, Art and Design, Information Technology, Mass Media, and Communication because they provide more exposure to practical knowledge. If you are planning to pursue Law, politics, and government administration it is suggested to study in India but if you aren’t sure about your future and career path, consider taking Edwise’s career counselling and make the right choice. 


·     Future Goals 

If you want to settle abroad then it is better to select a course that has job opportunities in your dream country. For this, one needs to do thorough research on which countries have an open immigration program, job offers, and cultural compatibilities. 

Students prefer settling down in English-speaking countries rather than Non-English speaking because it would be easier to settle in the countries like the US, Canada, the UK, etc. But if you are planning to settle down in India after completing your studies then opt for the countries that offer mastery in your selected course. Studying in non-English speaking countries can work too as it will be a temporary huddle. 

·     Finance

Studying abroad may cost a lot including tuition fees, accommodation, travel, and other things. One must consider costs when deciding whether to study in India or overseas, but only entirely because there is also a return on investment you will experience once you have completed your studies. Some universities provide scholarships as well depending on the subjects and merit. Scholarships are also offered by the government and institutes. 


·       Culture

Studying in a foreign country allows students to experience their culture. Studying abroad leads students to know the different world, be a part of it and adapt to it. Being in a foreign country is a once in a lifetime opportunity and being adaptable to it would be a piece of cake.

For further assistance or queries students can contact us, Edwise International, and avail of our wide range of services for students on destinations like Universitiesin Ireland, study in Ireland, study in the UK, study in Canada, study in Australia , and many other facilities.

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