Thursday 1 October 2015

5 Tips to Make the Most Out Of Your Study Abroad Experience

Try to start university with an open mind.

If there is ever a time in your life when you should question everything you believe, it is now. When starting university, you will encounter lots of new people, ideas and ways of life, and you should try not to arrive with ANY preconceived notions about them. The habits that you might look at as weird at first, you could end up adopting and become a lifelong believer in.

Don’t be a social recluse.

My friends are always so proud about how they brought a full gaming platform and the biggest TV that can physically fit in their dorm. Whoop-de-do. If you define your happiness in college by the success of your World of Warcraft character, you are going to have a very miserable time. My advice would be, just don’t play video games. Or if you really want to, don’t play video games alone. Join clubs, talk to your dorm-mates, be sociable.

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Friday 11 September 2015

10 Things You Should Know Before Studying Abroad

Studying abroad is an exciting and rewarding experience, but it definitely requires a lot of research and background knowledge. When I left to go to Barcelona, I thought that I was pretty well-prepared, but I quickly realized that I was not, at all. There is a lot more to it than just going to school and having fun on the weekends (or weeknights). Here are some things you should definitely know before you leave to go abroad.

  • Make sure your credits will transfer - This is so important. I know, I know, you already know. But, my freshman year I knew a senior who had to take 24 credits each semester because she had studied abroad the spring of her junior year and none of the credits transferred. You don’t want that to be you. So check, and check, and check again. Once you get there, check again. Don’t wait until you’ve come back, and your school says that you’re missing 16 credits to realize that none of them transferred.

  • Learn Military time - This is a useful skill to have. Since pretty much every other country besides the United States goes by military time, it’s handy to know. I was pretty lucky since I have been using military time since I changed my Facebook language to English (UK), which changed all the times to military time, so I had become familiar with it. But booking plane tickets and things, everything is in military time, which can get confusing if you don’t know it. (14:00 does not equal 4pm).

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Monday 31 August 2015

Engineering in USA

The United States has attracted millions of international students to its universities and colleges because USA universities offers so many choices and some of the best facilities in the world.
Each USA University and college sets its own admission standards and decides which applicants meet those standards. Therefore, you must apply separately to each university or college in the USA. Even if you have selected one school where you are sure you want to study, you have to still apply to other schools—it is possible that your “first choice” school may not accept you.

Getting your visa to study in the United States University takes time but can be a surprisingly easy procedure and well worth the effort.
How does one decide the right USA institution from the 4000 institutions out there? What is the right course? One needs to spend a lot of time and effort to get it right. You need to research the institutions and their strengths and evaluate if it is the best match for you. Several students across India choose to leave this task on experts such as Edwise who make this daunting task simple. It’s not just identifying of the institution but the guidance for the elaborate application process and the visa.This encourages students to go to consultants.

Engineering in USA

Students who have a strong interest and skill in mathematics and science should consider this path of study and the many different specializations that it offers.
What is involved in engineering? Engineering involves a unique and creative way of using science and mathematics to design and operate a variety of structures, processes and machinery
It is a challenging as well as rewarding field that incorporates maths, science and practical knowledge in order to design, build and resolve problems

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Thursday 20 August 2015

New Zealand Interview Session

New Zealand offers the perfect combination of high quality education, high quality life and employment opportunities for overseas students. New Zealand’s education system is based on the prestigious British system. NZ offers world-class facilities, resources and teaching staff, and their qualifications are valued and transferable throughout the world. Courses in New Zealand commence in February/ March and July but some of the universities have intakes in the midyear or end of the year. There are eight New Zealand universities offering undergraduate, Graduate diploma, post-graduate and PHD programs in arts, sciences, commerce, engineering, hospitality, IT along with specialization in a variety of disciplines.

Edwise is a member of ENZRA –Education New Zealand Recognised Agency. New Zealand Interview session is organized by Edwise, India's Leading Overseas Education Consultants from 21st August to 3rd September 2015 at select cities.
Meet representatives and academic staff from
  • AUT University
  • University of Auckland
  • University of Canterbury
  • Lincoln University
  • Massey University
  • University of Otago
  • Victoria University of Wellington
  • University of Waikato
Seminar by Representative of Immigration New Zealand and get responses to individual visa queries. 

Attend informative seminars on Study in New Zealand, Visas and Bank Loans. Queries related to the variety of courses available, admission requirements, accommodation etc will be answered by the representatives.

Aspiring candidates can register for the event and bring academic originals with 3 sets of photocopies. 

Pre-registration with Edwise for New Zealand Interview Session or call 1-800-200-3678 / 08600911333.