Study in The UK

The UK factor:

Employers all over the world recognize British Qualifications. The courses encourage independence, creativity and self- reliance: qualities that employers from around the world look for in potential hires. When making decisions about your future, you may wish to consider the kind of salaries earned by certain professions, the distribution of jobs and vacancies across the UK and other statistics about the current state of the graduate market.

British institutions follow one of the best quality standards in the world. The British government rates Universities, Colleges, and Schools periodically and ranks them between one and five. A wide array of courses: You have the chance to choose from a range of desired courses. For students from a different educational system, most institutions offer a pre -degree foundation course to help them prepare for entry level to a UK degree course.

Financial and Tourist hub, because of The Empire, British culture and influence extends worldwide with a particular relevance to the jewel in the crown, India. Britain today is a pluralistic, multicultural society. Most old English cities have distinct characteristics, making the UK a very interesting place to visit, study, or work in. People in large numbers from all over the world settling here have made UK a truly multi-cultural place.

Academically, the UK leads the world. Some of the oldest and best universities and schools are located in the UK. These include world renowned institutions such as Oxford, Cambridge, The University of Bristol, The University of Nottingham, The University of Glasgow, Cardiff University, London School of Economics, London Business School, The University of Manchester, Essex University, The University of Exeter, AND so on..…. People often do not realize that a lot of cutting edge technology is created in the UK, even though quite often the results are seen to be American. Compact road systems make travel both comfortable as well as fast. Options for transport include trains, buses, ferries, etc. With the EU factor, graduates from the UK find travel hassle-free all across Europe.


Study in The Netherlands

The Dutch teaching style is interactive and student-centered. It focuses on teamwork, which makes it easy to meet other international students. Studying in Holland means developing an open mind and increasing your international orientation.

A large part of all study programs is dedicated to writing papers and working in groups to analyze and solve specific problems. You will also get a chance to get practical work experience through internships or do experiments in laboratories, depending on the field of study.

Teamwork - Holland has received international praise for its teaching style, which centers on students working together as a team and on self-study and self-discipline. The teacher will act as a facilitator and guide in the learning process.

Interaction in class - Interaction in class is highly appreciated. You are expected to think about the knowledge that is presented to you and develop and express your own opinion. You are free to ask questions and be critical of what lecturers or fellow students say. Use your own creativity to apply your newly-gained knowledge.

Respect for all opinions - The Dutch teaching method is founded on respect for each individual’s opinions and convictions. This mindset is not limited to education institutions, it is a national characteristic. It is the foundation for Holland’s diverse and plural society.

Degrees - Holland has a wide variety of study programs leading to various types of degrees.

If you enroll in a higher education program in Holland, you will obtain a bachelor’s degree after finishing the undergraduate phase and a master’s degree after finishing the graduate phase.

Research universities and universities of applied sciences award both bachelors and masters degrees. Institutes for International Education offer master’s programs, but no bachelor’s programs.

If you want to continue after your master's to get a PhD degree, you have to go to a research university.

Research Universities:
PhD: 4 years
Master of Arts (MA): 1-2 years
Master of Science (M.Sc): 1-2 years
Bachelor of Arts (BA): 3 years
Bachelor of Science (BSc): 3 years

Universities of Applied Sciences:
Master (M): 1-2 years
Bachelor (B): 4 years

Institutes for International Education:
PhD (only possible at 1 institute): duration is flexible
Master of Arts (MA): 1-2 years
Master of Science (MSc): 1-2 years

As most courses and degrees run for more than one year most international students will require an entry visa called a Provisional Residence Permit or Machtiging tot Voorlopig Verblijf (MVV) in Dutch. Your MVV will allow you entry into the country for a six month period and once in the country you will need to apply for a Residence Permit – your chosen University should do this on your behalf.

A Provisional Residence Permit (MVV) will only be granted if your application meets certain requirements, including but not limited to:

  • You must have a valid passport
  • You have sufficient financial means
  • All required fees have been paid
  • You have a letter from your host University stating you have or will be enrolling

To find out more about the Visa and Permits required for your nationality you can use Nuffic’s Visa Wizard.


Study in Canada

Where maples flourish!

It is not only among the top three countries in the Organization for Economic Co - operation and Development, but Canada is also ranked as the number one country in the world to live in.

Wherever you choose to study, you will discover a multitude of cultural, leisure, and other activities year-round. The United Nations has declared that Canada has the highest quality of life in the world. A vast country with a variety of tourist destinations. You can enjoy the many museums, seasonal festivals, and exciting nightlife that each province and territory has to offer. Canada also has a beautiful countryside which means that most outdoor recreational activities are very popular here, whether it be skiing, cycling, hiking, camping, sightseeing, or even ice sailing.

Canadians place a premium on education and demand first-rate schools. Canada spends more per capita on its education system than any other country in the G-7 and is among the top three countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). A degree from a Canadian university is recognized world-wide and as a result, international students who graduate from Canadian universities enjoy successful and prosperous careers.

While the quality of education is always high, every university has a style all its own: large, bustling campuses or smaller, more intimate settings; a university education in English or French; metropolitan cities or small towns. You can choose to study at large universities offering a wide range of subjects at the undergraduate or graduate levels, or at small liberal arts institutions with a focus on undergraduate education. Canada 's universities and colleges are world-renowned for their high standards, safe campuses, and educational excellence. They are at the forefront of the information technology revolution and ensure that their students are equipped for the 21st century. Many U.S. companies actively recruit on Canadian campus.

The Canadian education system encompasses both publicly-funded and private schools. Education institutions are not officially ranked in Canada, as all Canadian institutions offer high quality programs. When choosing your school in Canada , consider the type, size and location of the institution. If you are interested in a particular area of study, investigate which schools have more to offer in that discipline.


Study in China

An overview of Chinese Education!

School Education of the People's Republic of China includes preschool, primary school, secondary school, high school, university and college, as well as graduate school education. The following is school age and fixed school terms at different levels;

Kindergartens take children above three years old with a term of three school years; Primary schools and secondary schools take six school years and three school years, five school years and four school years, or just nine-year-through schooling. Most areas practice the six-year and three-year school-year terms. Therefore, primary school term is six or five years, and secondary school term is three or four years; school age for primary schools is six or seven years old, and 12 or 13 for secondary schools; School age for common high schools is 15 or 16, with a term of three school years, Secondary professional schools are divided into two types: school age for the first type that takes junior middle school graduates is 15 or 16, usually with a term of four school years but with some exceptions of three-year schooling; school age for the second type that takes high school graduates is no more than 22, with a two-year term of schooling; secondary vocational schools usually provide three or four years of schooling; technical schools provide three years of schooling; school age for vocational high schools is 15 or 16, with a term of two or three school Years, or even four years in some places;

The schooling time of full-time universities is four or five school years (seven or eight years in some medical universities), schooling term of professional schools of higher education and vocational technical schools of higher education is two or three years;

Graduate Education is divided into Master degree and Ph.D degree. The school age for Master degree students is less than 40, with a tem of two or three school years; school age for Ph.D Students is no more than 45,usually with three years of schooling;

The schooling term of various adult schools follows the practice of similar full-time schools. Adult secondary schools usually have the same schooling term as full-time schools of same nature; part-time or spare-time adult schools have one year more schooling term than full-time schools of same nature. The schooling time of undergraduates in adult schools of higher learning is four or five years, while education at professional schools of high education takes many forms, usually with a term of two to four school years.

Law of the People's Republic of China on Compulsory Education stipulates that the state should implement the nine-year compulsory education system, namely, education at primary and secondary stages is compulsory. "Children of six years old, despite gender, nationality, and race, must go to school to receive free education. And areas where conditions are yet to be ready could postpone the school age to seven years old, which the state, society and families must guarantee."

Higher Education is provided by institutions of various types including general universities, technical universities, specialized institutions and teacher-training colleges, etc. And modeling on the US, Chinese higher education provides three levels of study.

University level first stage: Undergraduate The Chinese higher education system comprises 4-year undergraduate programs in universities, specialized institutes and academies, which lead to a Bachelor's Degree (Xueshi), while studies at medical colleges and some polytechnic institutes require 5 years.

University level second stage: Postgraduate Students can obtain a Master's Degree (Shuoshi) after generally two or three years of successful study following the Bachelor's degree, research and the submission of a thesis. Students are required to study courses in the first half of the program period. They can only enter the dissertation preparation stage if they have completed all required courses and obtained the required minimum of credits.

University level third stage: Doctorate Doctoral degree (Boshi) program can be completed in a minimum of three years following the Master's degree. Students must have been recommended by at least two associate professors or professors who are specialists in the field. A dissertation must be presented which must prove that the candidate’s academic ability to undertake independent research and has made a significant contribution to the field. Honorary Doctor's degree is conferred by a college or university with the approval of the Degree Committee of the State Council to the outstanding scholars.

Teaching in Chinese universities is strictly implemented according to teaching plans and teaching programs. Teaching in universities usually includes classroom lecture, classroom discussion, experiment class, exercise doing, and guidance class. In line with classroom teaching, other teaching forms are also organized, such as on-the-spot teaching, visits, practice teaching, and social investigations, in a bid to reinforce the effect of classroom teaching, and improve students, ability of doing practical work and using the knowledge they have learned. Libraries and reference rooms are open to students both at the university or department level, creating good conditions for students, study and research. Universities and colleges are well equipped with modernized teaching facilities to make sure all teaching plans should be realized.

The education of International students in People’s Republic of China began in the 1950s, and has witnessed great development in recent years. Statistics show that in 2007 Chinese universities and colleges hosted all together 195,503 international students from l88 countries to study. Chinese universities provide both diploma education and non-diploma education, with the former including senior and junior undergraduate students, Master Degree Students, and Ph.D Students, and the latter including trainees and research scholars.

International Students can apply for (X) Visa is issued to an alien who comes to China for study for a period of more than six months. An alien who comes to China to study for a period of no more than six months shall apply for a (F) Visa.


Study in Australia

Studying down under Australia has strong educational infrastructure and quality life, both of which are relatively affordable.

Earn while you learn: Australia are one of the few countries where overseas students are permitted to work up to 20 hours each week during the academic year and full-time during vacations.

Australia has just crossed the 20 million - population marks. Australia has the bluest skies, the freshest air, the cleanest water and a wide range of exotic fruits and vegetables such as kiwis, mangoes, avocados and so on, available throughout the year. Most 'Ozzie's' , as they are called, live around the wide coastal area, with the biggest city being Sydney, followed by Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, etc.

People in Australia are extremely friendly and largely outdoor oriented, involving themselves in a variety of sports. Dignity of Labor is an integral part of the Australian culture, with minimum wages being one of the highest world-wide. People from all strata's of society, be it a street-sweeper or the MD of a big company, take great pride in what they do.

Of the 39 Universities in Australia , 37 are government funded. The educational system is essentially non - elitist, with the quality of infrastructure, teaching faculty, course curriculum, and extra curricular facilities at a uniformly high standard across all educational bodies. The key perceptional differences between universities are built around their age and level of research. The older universities tend to be more inclined towards research, and eight such universities, called the "Group of Eight" (University of Sydney, University of Melbourne, Australian National University, University of Western Australia, Monish University, University of Queens land, University of Adelaide, and University of New South Wales) have established themselves as some of the best in the country.

Today, Australia is a truly multi -cultural nation, with people from all over the world including Pakistan, India, China, the UK, the USA and so on, collectively forming a part of the Australian community. All leading MNCs have a base here, making it ideal for professionals. Above all, Australia is a safe place, without racial discrimination, with an educational system based on world-class research that is still ideal in terms of value for money.


Study in Poland

Poland is a fascinating country that serves as the geographical and cultural crossroads of Eastern and Western Europe. Located at the center of the Northern European plain, Poland has been a nation of survivors since the foundation of the first Polish state more than 1000 years ago. Through its turbulent history its people have managed to maintain their identity, and today, the country enjoys a crucial position as the largest of the former Eastern European states and one of the most populous members of the European Union.

Polish Education System:
Since 2007/2008 academic year Polish higher education system has been divided to three stages, which are: Bachelor (Licencjat, Inżynier), Master (Magister), and Doctor (Doktor). This system applies to all fields of education except Law, Pharmacy, Psychology, Veterinary Medicine, Medicine and Dentistry, which are still based on two-stage system (Master and Doctor).


Study in Japan

Do you want a business-related career?
At Tokyo International University, you will earn a degree in Business Economics or International Relations which will pave your way to your dream career. With more than 6400 students, including 900 international students coming from over 50 countries in the world, you will be able to experience a multicultural student life blended with the dynamic and exciting Japanese lifestyle. The TIU campus is located in Kawagoe City, 30 minutes away from central Tokyo, perfect for those wishing to explore the capital city after classes. The curriculum is diverse and includes a variety of subjects from Finance, Marketing, International Economics to International Politics, Law, Politics and more ! TIU students can also enroll in extra-curricular activities, TIU campuses including a wide range of facilities (amongst them are training gyms, basketball court, tennis court, swimming pool, a tea ceremony room…) TIU welcomes anyone from students to mid-career professionals wishing to have a career in management, business administration, work in an international companies, non-governmental organizations or aspiring entrepreneurs.

What we offer:

  • All Courses in English
  • Career Support and Internships
  • Generous Scholarships
  • Japanese Language Classes
If you would like to have more information, contact our counseling staff for admission support & guidance.


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