Choosing to study abroad is always a very big decision to make. Apart from the whole process of convincing yourself in the first place that you are eligible enough to leave your country and stay away from home, the constraint and the pressure that a foreign study tenure puts on a family is also tremendous to say the least. The students must, therefore, take their time and judge all the pros and cons with the maximum vigilance that they have. Any wrong, unwilling and untoward step in this regard can prove to cause a great deal of discomfort to the student and the family in the long run.
Also, the process of applying for a course that you are willing to study in a university abroad is much more complicated and also difficult than you might think. Merely making a decision regarding the migration to a new land to complete your formal education is nothing but sufficient to achieve the dream in reality. There are thousands of processes that one needs to go through, just in order to get through the study tenure abroad. The students need to be aware of the student visa policies themselves and have to remain vigilant in completing the process in its entirety.
The first and foremost requirement that you must fulfill on a very personal level to be able to get through the admission process in any foreign University is to assess your financial condition and then come to a conclusion about the University in which you can apply and not the one where you just want to apply. The financial constraint that the admission of a student to a foreign university puts on the family is immense and has to be dealt with a lot of hardships if not managed properly by the financer of the family.
The other thing that the student must be absolutely particular about, is a good academic record. Yes, the foreign Universities do not want students who could not secure a seat in a university of their own country and hence want to study in a foreign university just to propel their seemingly static educational career. In India, many schools and Universities allot the CGPA to the students in an attempt to asses them. But when you apply to a foreign University, then you will be required to change your CGPA to Percentage. For this, the student is required to simply multiply the CGPA with 9.5 to come to a double-digit, percentage number.
ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY
The candidates who are willing to apply abroad of the various foreign universities and want to sit for the section A and Section B exams that are conducted as entrances by these Universities have to be graduates and must have completed their graduate degrees in the relevant disciplines. Apart from this, before being granted permission to sit for the examination all the candidates have to first apply on the official website of the foreign University and seek a Membership Number. After receiving the Membership number, the candidates have to fill in the examination form. They can download the exam form from the official website and then fill it to finally submit it at the office of the Foreign University if it has a branch office in India.
When the candidates are ready to apply for the University entrance examination after receiving the Membership Number then they will be required to fill the exam form through the online mode. In the exam form which they will download from the website, they will have to give the details of the exam center code that they would prefer, the place code and the scheme code. Apart from this, details about the branch of graduation studied and the subject codes have to be filled as well. While submitting the exam form, the candidates are required to submit the examination fee as well.
In foreign Universities, the fee has to be paid in Dollars and thus, a valid credit or debit card which can process such a payment must be present with the students.