Top 5 study abroad destinations for Indians – In order of preference for Indian students to study abroad destinations ,I have selected the following countries based on factors like ease of education system,expenses,social connections with other people or how easily an Indian might fit into a new society and feel at home.Which I might add is a very important point of discussion,often overlooked by everyone,as it is of great importance that the student feel secure and homely wherever he/she is.It affects the whole experience of studying abroad,and upto a certain extent also affects the academic performance of the student.Agencies can help take care of visa procedures and dormitory accomodation.
The downside of UK education is the cost of currency conversion,as the GBP is extremely expensive for INR,almost 80 rupees to the pound,so that sky rockets cost fo living as well,on the upside there are many Indians who are there,so its easy to make frnds nad you will feel comfortable easily
canada-the reason I choose this as the first destination for study abroad is for many reasons,it is the most “underated”as copared to USA and UK,and I know for a fact that it is as good,,if not better,in every way.
There are many number of colleges/universities for undergraduate and pg courses,each with great infrastructure,facilities and a healthy mix of students from all over the globe.Also an important thing to keep in mind is the rpice factor,even though the candain dolor is on par with the us and aus currentcies,the general cost of studying here is significantly lower than USA or UK,and on the same level as aus or new Zealand.but the recent spate of racial attacks on students in AUSTRALIA and NZ makes those two countries figure right down on my list,even though NZ is very cheap to study in,its not worth the trouble.Other lesser known academic destinations to study abroad I can recommend are finland ,russia and germany,you will be surpsied to learn that a lot of teaching is done in englsih,even though for germany some basic german is needed to get around,but a short 1 month course can cover that.
Top 5 study abroad destinations for Indians