Only you can answer this question. However, we have some excellent resources to help you make the best decision. We guide you for an in-depth look at studying in specific countries. For example, to study M.B.B.S, we advise you to staudy in Russia.
Locating colleges/universities to study is exactly the same as finding an education program (see above question). For example, to study M.B.B.S, we advise you to staudy in Russia.
Every college/university has different admission requirements for accepting students. These requirements can often be found on the program profiles. If you'd like more information or if the information is missing, submit a "Request Information" form to contact the institute directly.
The easiest way to find out if you are eligible for scholarships is to contact the institute directly through the "Request Information" form. You can also take a look at our scholarships section which has some general information about scholarships for international students.
Tuition fees vary by program and school, so check the program profiles for specific fees. If the fees are not listed, you can submit a "Request Information" form directly to the school. You can also find out about cost of living in different countries through our country guides.
Not at all. You can study abroad if you only know English, and you won't be limited to English-speaking countries like England or Australia, either. While some programs have a language prerequisite or only offer courses in the host country's language, there are study abroad programs available in English all over the world. If you do end up in a non-English speaking county, you will most likely pick up parts of the language.
Studying abroad can be quite affordable and comparable to your regular university tuition. The overall cost will ultimately depend on a variety of factors including: your destination of choice (cost of living), program duration, currency exchange rates, personal expenses, type of exchange, and the fees charged by your program/university.
Many students who leave their comfort zone may encounter culture shock, homesickness or loneliness, financial issues, and language barriers. Remember to see these challenges as an opportunity for self-improvement, and the benefits of studying abroad will greatly outweigh the difficulties.