Challenges faced by students while preparing/ planning to study abroad.
When traveling abroad there are many concerns that students face whether it’s about selecting a university that suits their preferences or getting knowledge about the applying procedure. There are so many questions that arise in a student’s mind. Some of the major concerns shown by students are
1-Worrying about tuition fees.The most asked question by students is how much tuition fees do they have to pay for a university abroad? Can they get admission to a university with the lowest tuition fees or are there any universities that provide partial scholarships?
Tuition fees vary for different countries and also for a different programs. Tuition fees for a business school will be different than the tuition fees of a university that offers medical-related degree programs. With tuition fees comes top-ranked universities that provide good accommodation and globally recognized degrees.
2-No Knowledge about the process.I don’t know how to apply for studies abroad? That’s the first question that comes into the mind of a student who doesn’t have much knowledge about the admission process. They try to search for a solution on Google as they say “Modern problem requires modern solutions” but google is like a library full of books with different categories. You select a category and hundreds of more books pop up on the shelf resulting in more confusion same happens when you have to find options for studies abroad. With no knowledge and lots of confusion, the student contacts the educational consultants which might help you to fly towards your dream or some results into fraud too. So a student must find an honest and genuine consultancy like Ocean1 Pvt Ltd. to get knowledge and get their visa process done without any hassles.
3-Afraid of Visa Rejection.Rejection is an utmost reality one has to accept but living in the fear of rejection is not the solution. Jack Maa failed his university entrance exam 3 times. He applied to 30 jobs when he was looking for work and was rejected from all of them, including a job at KFC where 24 people applied and they hired everyone but him. He wrote to Harvard a total of 10 times and was knocked back every single time now he is the founder world's biggest company Alibaba. Students who are applying abroad for further studies need to understand that their visa might get rejected but it's not the end of the road they can take another chance and apply again to get their visa accepted to study in their dream university.