• I am pursuing Masters in Social Welfare. I want to get a paid job in countries like UAE, USA, UK after completion of MSW. What should I do?

    Presently I am pursuing Master in Social Welfare. Is there any scope or good job prospect in countries like USA, UK, UAE and other economically developed countries abroad? I won't have any problem for travelling if its a paid job. I need a proper and honest guidance. What should I do, and where should I apply... show more
    Presently I am pursuing Master in Social Welfare. Is there any scope or good job prospect in countries like USA, UK, UAE and other economically developed countries abroad? I won't have any problem for travelling if its a paid job. I need a proper and honest guidance. What should I do, and where should I apply after completion of my Graduate Degree?
    7 answers · 6 days ago
  • Some questions about IELTS/TOEFL?

    Hey, so like I'm in my last year of high school and even though this was explained to me quite a few times I still have some questions, pretty confused: - -I can guarantee you my overall gpa when I graduate isn't gonna be great (nor good). If I take any one of these IELTS/TOEFL exams (and pass) will it... show more
    Hey, so like I'm in my last year of high school and even though this was explained to me quite a few times I still have some questions, pretty confused: - -I can guarantee you my overall gpa when I graduate isn't gonna be great (nor good). If I take any one of these IELTS/TOEFL exams (and pass) will it genuinely SOLELY help me study abroad or do I need something more? -Is it gonna pay for my fees abroad?
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • What makes universities in USA costs that much? While Germany and other EU countries' universities are very cheap or even free?

    Best answer: EU ... Socialism United States ... Capitalism EU countries would rather take money from their population and direct it towards areas their leaders feel deserve it. For example, they have very high tax rates (40% - 70% of income) and will spend a portion of the money collected to offset a large percentage of the... show more
    Best answer: EU ... Socialism
    United States ... Capitalism

    EU countries would rather take money from their population and direct it towards areas their leaders feel deserve it. For example, they have very high tax rates (40% - 70% of income) and will spend a portion of the money collected to offset a large percentage of the cost of university for students... whether or not you as an individual agree or benefit from it.

    The United States would rather have very low taxes (10% - 30%) for their population and allow markets to influence the price of goods and services. Individuals can make their own decisions about whether or not the price of a University is worth the return on the investment. Based on the demand for their services and the overall cost to provide those services to customers, the price of University will increase or decrease. The past couple decades of Government interference has resulted in skyrocketing demand and price increases as children have been taught that University is the only option to have a successful career.
    5 answers · 7 days ago
  • I have an IGCSE certificate and I want to study in Germany. What to do?

    to enter any university there, my academic qualifications must be equivalent to the University Entrance Qualification or Hochschulzugangsberechtigung (which I dont know hat does that even mean)! So my international GCSE certificate equivalent to that??
    to enter any university there, my academic qualifications must be equivalent to the University Entrance Qualification or Hochschulzugangsberechtigung (which I dont know hat does that even mean)! So my international GCSE certificate equivalent to that??
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • I m sn exchange student and unhappy? What to do?

    I m an exchange student and I ve been in Italy for a month now. Since I arrived I ve been trying to get to know my host family and have really been trying to adjust to the culture etc. I am aware that as an exchange student, you need to know that you can be placed anywhere. I was placed in a tiny town on an Island.... show more
    I m an exchange student and I ve been in Italy for a month now. Since I arrived I ve been trying to get to know my host family and have really been trying to adjust to the culture etc. I am aware that as an exchange student, you need to know that you can be placed anywhere. I was placed in a tiny town on an Island. There s literally nothing here except for some houses and a church. If I want to go to say, a bank, shopping centre or a place that s just a little like a real town, I have to drive by bus for about 40 minutes (each way). And there are RARELY buses that even drive there. There s also no activites here except for riding (costs a fortune) and football. During the mornings I have to take the bus to school which takes an hour each way and I go to a school where I don t like the environment at all. (Everyone smokes, even weed and inside the bathrooms, spraypaint on the walls, not serious classes etc. I get headaches and nausea from the smell of smoke but it s everywhere at that school). Other than that it s been a month and I still don t feel at home with my host family. I mean, they seem nice but I m really not feeling the connection with them. I have tried to really adapt to their way of doing things etc. But it hasn t worked. From the beginning I haven t felt like they were a good match for me. I feel like I ve tried to give this all a good chance by now. I feel generally unhappy. I have a local contact person, but he doesn t understand or help. I feel so isolated.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Education abroad?

    if i want do my undergraduate in abroad such as Canada ,what should i do first? apply at my desired university or apply for student visa ? or both at same time thanks
    if i want do my undergraduate in abroad such as Canada ,what should i do first? apply at my desired university or apply for student visa ? or both at same time thanks
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why why intl fees are twice or 3 times the homeEU fees in the UK? Are there unis who dont make the differnce,is too bad a private uni degree?

    I was the best student in my class but I am classed as intl studetn. I wish I had to pay home fees so I can afford my MA degree. Are there any unies that charge the same low fee for an intl student or is it like a law in the UK that all higher institutions have to raise the fees cost for overseas students? I found... show more
    I was the best student in my class but I am classed as intl studetn. I wish I had to pay home fees so I can afford my MA degree. Are there any unies that charge the same low fee for an intl student or is it like a law in the UK that all higher institutions have to raise the fees cost for overseas students? I found one private uni with 8,000 gbp for an MBA overseas students. Thank you.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • For those of you who have done an exchange program to a place you didn't originally know the language, how did you deal with everything?

    Best answer: So much depends on you, and your motivation. I know someone who went to a country where she had no knowledge of the language, became fluent enough to bring back a husband (who didn't speak English)- they still speak his language at home. She's an extrovert- she wants to communicate with people, and if she... show more
    Best answer: So much depends on you, and your motivation. I know someone who went to a country where she had no knowledge of the language, became fluent enough to bring back a husband (who didn't speak English)- they still speak his language at home. She's an extrovert- she wants to communicate with people, and if she has to learn to speak a language, she does. But I know other people who have lived in another country for 20 years and still don't speak the language! Depending on where you are, it's possible to use English almost entirely.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it a good idea to study abroad in Argentina or Uruguay due to high cost of university in the United States?

    Best answer: You need to know more than," Hi my name is Sarah, what's yours?" you need, "The sum of the square roots of any two sides of an isosceles triangle is equal to the square root of the remaining side." Spanish, spoken, written and read. The process to study abroad is the same worldwide. Select... show more
    Best answer: You need to know more than," Hi my name is Sarah, what's yours?" you need, "The sum of the square roots of any two sides of an isosceles triangle is equal to the square root of the remaining side." Spanish, spoken, written and read.

    The process to study abroad is the same worldwide. Select a university, their admission requirements are on their website. Your academic record needs to be convalidated, translated from the educational system of your country to that of the country you are going to so it can assessed. Also, if your native language is not that of the country, you will be tested. Once accepted you need a student visa, which requires proof of being accepted to the university and proof of funds for tuition and living expenses (as you are not allowed to work or not allowed to work enough to support yourself), typically you would do this annually. Then return to the university with the student visa to register for classes.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Study in Australia? How possible?

    How possible is it to go abroad and study there? I'm from the Philippines and my sister is already in Australia working for some years now. I'd like to know if it was possible to start university there?
    How possible is it to go abroad and study there? I'm from the Philippines and my sister is already in Australia working for some years now. I'd like to know if it was possible to start university there?
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can you tell me everything that you know?

    10 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Going to US college from abroad?

    I was born in the states and at the age of 5 moved to Israel. Finished high school two months ago and was thinking of going to college in the states next year What do I need to do to apply for college from abroad ? Is it too late if I d like to join next year ?
    I was born in the states and at the age of 5 moved to Israel. Finished high school two months ago and was thinking of going to college in the states next year What do I need to do to apply for college from abroad ? Is it too late if I d like to join next year ?
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Masters in German with part time bachelor degree?

    hello everyone i want to know about german study visa. i have done bachelor in industrial engineering and management and i am interested in masters in germany. please tell with can i get admission with part time study(i have work experience along with degree)or not?
    hello everyone i want to know about german study visa. i have done bachelor in industrial engineering and management and i am interested in masters in germany. please tell with can i get admission with part time study(i have work experience along with degree)or not?
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How do I find a "host family" within the US?

    Best answer: There really isn't interstate exchanges. Host families are doing this as part of a larger exchange program. They're not randomly adopting high school kids, and those who participate are more interested in learning from other cultures, not some kid who's pretty much the same as any other in their... show more
    Best answer: There really isn't interstate exchanges. Host families are doing this as part of a larger exchange program. They're not randomly adopting high school kids, and those who participate are more interested in learning from other cultures, not some kid who's pretty much the same as any other in their neighborhood.

    Also important to note here is your parents, who obviously have to agree to this. You can't just unilaterally say you're going to school elsewhere. This is not your decision to make, especially since host families don't adopt anyone for free. Your parents are still responsible for your care and wellbeing, and would have to pay handsomely for someone else to do the job for them and/or have to take care of some other kid.
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • HELP!! I've been thinking about this for a year and really need someone's advice. Should I move?

    Best answer: When you become an adult, move back to Sri Lanka if that's where you want to live.If your parents can't afford international school in Sri Lanka, then you won't be able to go there!
    Best answer: When you become an adult, move back to Sri Lanka if that's where you want to live.If your parents can't afford international school in Sri Lanka, then you won't be able to go there!
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago