choose your study destination

When you decide to study abroad, you will open a large door for yourself from the available options. One of the first things that you have to determine is the “destination of study” and I mean here the country that you want to obtain your degrees in its universities.

Where do you want to go?

Do you dream of visiting a specific country? Do you want, for example, to visit Britain? Or have you thought about living in America? Were you passionate about the nature of Malaysia?

If you are thinking about following your career abroad and settling in a post-university stage, you should think about a place that guarantees you to obtain a high-level higher education, and in a country that offers a high standard of life.

What about tuition costs? What are the limits of your budget?

The enthusiasm of studying abroad may lead you to forget everything related to the costs of studying. If you are thinking of relying on self-financing, you must take into account all expenses, starting with university fees and ending with personal expenses.

While Australia is one of the most expensive countries for foreign students, it offers a unique level of education.

Are you ready to go anywhere?

When you decide to study abroad, you will have a large number of options available. Some Arab students want another life that is completely different from what they are used to in their home countries and may choose to go to Ireland and perhaps to Hong Kong, others may prefer Malaysia due to Islamic traditions, and others may be tempted by the American dream. .

But not too far

Although the world seems like a small village, many international students still prefer to study in a country close to their home country, which will have a positive impact on travel costs and holidays in their hometowns.

What do you want to study?

Certainly, some universities offer higher education in specific disciplines. For example, if you want to study agriculture, New Zealand will be a good choice because of its economy’s heavy dependence on agriculture, but if you think about studying law, we do not think that there are better British universities in this field.