You have made the decision. You have decided to pursue higher studies abroad. You have a faint idea of where you want to go and what course you want to do, but the process befuddles you. How does one prepare for this gargantuan leap? Do you give your graduate admission tests first or do you shortlist colleges first? And which countries should be on the top of your study abroad list?
To say that all these questions and doubts can be unnerving is stating nothing but the obvious. It can be enough to put you off any study abroad dreams you are nurturing. Don’t let that be the case. This infographic, which is a step-by-step guide to studying abroad, will give you a timeline and an overview that will help you prepare for the college admission process a year in advance.
The first decision to take is when you intend to study abroad. Once that first step is taken, it’s a simple enough process; all you need to ensure is that you stick to your deadlines and that your preparations are on point.
Here is a quick recap of the things to do when preparing to study abroad.
Best of luck with your higher studies and your dreams of studying in a foreign country.
Tulika Nair is a content strategist and creator with almost a decade's experience in television, print, and digital media in multiple domains including education and lifestyle. She still types her messages in complete sentences and considers incorrect use of punctuation a transgression of the highest order. If she isn't writing or doodling, you will find her with a book, music playing in the background on full volume.