So, you have decided to study Abroad, Great decision indeed, but with the number of country options available, one is sure to get confused, which is quite natural as there are different factors that one needs to take in to account before deciding on a particular country. Asking a few questions yourself would help clear this confusion to a large extend.
Q1 which is the best country to offer programs connected to my area of study? Will it add value to my current qualification?
Q2 what is the state of the economy of the destinations under consideration what will be my job prospects there post study
Q3 where does the institution in my preferred study destination category stand in terms of ranking?
Q4 Am I looking for a conventional study destination or less conventional one?
Q5 How much can I afford for my foreign education?
Q6 How much funding can I receive for my study?
Q7 Will I be comfortable studying in an English speaking or non-English speaking country?
Q8 what kind of culture I want to experience is it something that is similar to mine or totally different?
Q9 what type of a person am I? Do I prefer urban environment or prefer the quiet country side?
Asking these simple questions can help you decide the best country to study abroad. Still confused about taking a right decision? Fix a free counseling session with experts at Santa Monica study abroad, your trusted overseas education consultant with over 13 years of experience with association across 10+ countries and over 200 universities/institutions of repute, on the following number 0484 -4140999.