Here’s Why You Should Start Planning Early If You Want to Study Abroad
Do you aspire to complete your studies in a foreign country? Even if you plan to complete your bachelor’s degree in your home country and master’s in a foreign country, you need to start planning in 12th grade.
Scoring high isn’t a reason to start planning early because even if you don’t plan to go, you need to score well to secure a better future.
Here are four reasons why you should start planning early if you want to study abroad:
Just like I mentioned above, you have to get high scores. But only getting good marks isn’t enough because everyone wants more.
You need to be in extracurricular activities like sports, dance, music, writing, or anything that reflects that you can handle multiple things at the same time.
2. Start your research
If you plan to go for your master’s, you need to research your options well. The best way you finalize your university of choice is to put in in-depth research for at least a few months.
Visit university websites, read forums, student feedback, and the university’s global rankings.
Also, read articles that talk about the best universities to study your course.
3. Attend college fairs
College fairs are one of the best ways to find out more about the universities. Sometimes, there isn’t much information on the college website and despite being good, you might not shortlist it.
College fairs also give you the chance to interact with students like you, professors, and head of departments of that university, and get career prospects as well.
4. Start writing essays
You might or might not need to give the IELTS or TOEFL exams. It depends on which board you completed your former education on and what your score was.
In both exams, you have to write essays. They can be on current topics, any highlighting topic of that year, or something related to your course.
I hope these tips helps you with your plans ahead.