Benefits of Studying abroad
Here’s what you find & gain as you choose to study abroad:
- Vast Employability Opportunities:
Students who choose international studies are preferred highly by employers around the globe. Recruiters value the skills you cultivate in your academics including, your adaptability in a multicultural environment, flexibility towards the situations, and independence. Whether you plan to work internationally or in your home country, your experience puts you ahead of the pack.
- Wide Range of Course:
Studying abroad opens a world of courses for you to expand your horizons. Whether you want to pursue a degree in the field of science, sports, entertainment, arts, or psychology, there are plenty of fully-fledged programs available in almost every discipline with best-in-class technology, advanced equipment, and renowned faculties. Not only this, there are certain programs abroad that also allow you to take different courses alongside your chosen program. At Vision International, we have partnered with the top 750+ global universities and schools, helping you find the best fit for your needs.
- Gain Global Exposure:
Studying abroad immerses you in a world of diversity. Since you meet new people with a different culture, your worldview expands as you learn about their backgrounds, unique experiences & perspectives. You develop awareness at the same time, start to express yourself, and establish stronger relationships. The whole experience of studying abroad makes you a more confident person as you adapt and familiarize yourself with all the happenings around you.
- See World through your eyes:
Studying abroad also means unlocking the door to new places that one would not get to visit otherwise. In your leisure time, you can go sightseeing. On vacations, you can visit the neighboring regions & countries. Your newfound connections can even help you show some areas that are only known to locals. Through budget airlines and travel deals, exploring the world has become quite affordable for students studying abroad.
- Personal Growth:
Being in a foreign land where diverse cultures booms in the view of international students, you get to develop valuable growth like independence and adaptability. It boosts your confidence making you more prepared than ever for both personal and professional life situations. Studying abroad can be smooth or overwhelming, but the learning you get makes you a more seasoned person. From small to big tasks, you get on adapting and make your world of your own.
Study abroad also help you develop some critical skills like:
- Leadership Skills:
Strong leadership and team management skills are important if you want to thrive in a professional environment or life in general. Knowing how to lead and inspire the people around you is a skill that is not easy to master. Living & studying abroad naturally instill these skills in you as you interact, work on class projects or do an internship abroad.
- Communication Skills:
Having a stronghold on writing, speaking, and negotiation skills is essential to communicate effectively & stand out, particularly in an unknown environment & a new country.
- Cross-Cultural Awareness:
Every nation has experiences, values, and cultures that breathe through its residents. Studying abroad reminds you to be aware of others’ perspectives as well.
Services and VAS
- End to End Admission Assistance
- Application & Admission Counselling
- Test preparation for IELTS Exams
- Scholarship Assistance
- Student Loan Assistance
- Visa counselling and credibility interviews to avoid rejections
- Forex, Ticketing & Student Housing support
- University Delegate Meetings Setup
- Student Alumni Visits
- Parents’ involvement at Every Step
- Pre-departure sessions for students and parents
- Smart Discounts on Air Tickets
Admission Document Checklist
- SSC marksheet & certificate
- HSC marksheet & certificate
- Graduation marksheet & certificate
- Convocation Certificate (not mandatory)
- Resume / CV
- IELTS / PTE / TOEFL result
- Passport Copy (Front & Back)
- Statement of Purpose (SOP)
- Letter of Recommendation (LOR)
- 1 from Employer, 2 from College
If working individual:
- Appointment Letter
- Experience Letter
- 6 months salary slip
Career Guidance & Aptitude Tests
- Engineering & Technology
- Business & Management
- Health & Medicine
- Fine Arts
- Applied Sciences
- Social Sciences
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