Flying for higher education
This is regarding an article published in Young Observer entitled 'Flying for higher education' on February 1, 2018. Studying abroad is an option that we often find to be intriguing and hope to achieve. However, the high tuition fees and living costs in foreign educational institutions aresomething that often deter us from advancing on this path.
Many websites and web portals give us ideas of how to follow the guidelines and apply for a foreign degree with scholarships. But, there are many who fail to achieve their goal of studying abroad. The prime reason for this is unfamiliarity with the procedures. Nowadays, many agencies work as intermediary for a certain stipend, but they are often unreliable.
Under these circumstances, one should only consider studying abroad and walk along this path if s/he has the proper knowledge and is very much familiar with the procedures. The proper paperwork is also essential. Often we find everything in order, but a certain piece of document is missing and that sets us back weeks. To avoid this, a future foreign degree holder must go through the guidelines properly and note down what papers s/he has, and also what others are needed to be collected. Then follow the process of applying to any certain university.
The writer is studying at
Eden Mohila College