Top Requirements to Study Abroad

Feb 27, 2023    0


Want to study abroad from India? Undoubtedly, you will have to jump through many hoops. Getting a degree from a foreign country is very tough. You need to achieve a certain grade point average to get admission to a foreign university. More than that, you need to have the money to support your living expenses in a foreign country. Here's some guide of requirements to study abroad.

? Test Scores

To get accepted at a university abroad, Indian students need to submit the result of the language tests to prove their efficiency in that particular language. Most countries and colleges ask for the English language proficiency test results like the IELTS or TOEFL. They might also be asked to take general standardized tests such as SAT or GRE.  Your test scores will affect your chances to get into your preferred university or college. Therefore, it is required to send your test scores with your application.

? How many times can you appear for exams?

All the exams mentioned exhibiting different rules for taking the exam. For example, IELTS can be taken for an unlimited number of times. TOEFL can be retaken as many times as desired, but cannot be taken more than once in a 12-day period. Same holds true for PTE; it can be taken as many times as one wishes to. You must wait to receive your scores before you can book your next test. You can appear for GMAT for an unlimited number of times, subject to five times a year and a gap of 30 days between two tests.

? Scholarship

There is a wide range of scholarship that Indian students can choose for financing their education overseas. Interestingly, competitive tests like ILETS, GRE, GMAT, and SAT are not simply exams to secure admission to foreign institutions. They are also major Scholarship Exams for Studying Abroad.

Those aiming for a scholarship to fund their study abroad plans can take a look at some of the top scholarship tests below.

• Samuel J. Messick Memorial Lecture Award(TOEFL)

• Research Grant for Graduate Students (TOEFL)

• British Council IELTS Award (IELTS)

• Great Scholarship India (IELTS)

• Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Program (IELTS) 

• Inlaks Scholarship (GRE)

• Fulbright-Nehru Masters Scholarship (GRE)

• J.N. Tata Endowment Scholarship (GRE)

• Gill Elliot Scholarship (SAT)

• Actuarial Diversity Scholarship (SAT)

• ESMT Diversity Scholarship (GMAT)

• GMAT Scholarship for the Amsterdam MBA(GMAT)

• Horace W. Gildan Fellowship (GMAT)



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