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Sushil Sukhwani

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Sushil Sukhwani is the founding director of the overseas education consultant firm, Edwise International. He has 31 years of experience in counselling students who have opted to study abroad in various countries, including the UK, USA, Canada and Australia. He is part of the board of directors at the American International Recruitment Council and an honorary committee member of the Australian Alumni Association. Sukhwani is an MBA graduate from Bond University, Australia. ... more

Answered on Oct 04, 2023

Career
Can you please give me any tips for preparing for GRE?
Ans: Hello Vishal,

First and foremost, thank you for getting in touch with us. I am happy to hear about your plans on preparing for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). To prepare well and secure good grades, I would suggest the following tips:

1. Get to know the structure or format of the GRE
2. Make a study plan
3. Make use of authentic GRE study resources or guides
4. Practice on a regular basis
5. Get to know your strengths and weaknesses in each component of the GRE. Also, pay more attention to the areas that require improvement.
6. Sharpen your mathematical abilities by solving maths problems
7. Write Essays and pay heed to the format, flow of the essay, and clarity.
8. Enhance your vocabulary through vocabulary apps and flashcards.
9. Brush up on your reading skills by reading journals, newspapers, and literature.
10. Appear for Mock Exams
11. Understand the mistakes you have made in the mock exams and learn from them.
12. Do not practice continuously, engage in brief breaks during study sessions to remain alert and concentrate better.
13. To acquire more guidance, make use of GRE test prep books, engage in courses online, or consider hiring a teacher.
14. Register for the GRE exam well before you intend appearing for the test in order to obtain a seat.
15. If you plan on appearing for the GRE in offline mode, ensure that you visit your exam centre beforehand.
16. Be mindful of any modifications in the structure of the GRE or its rules as well as any updates.
17. Maintain a Healthy Balance
18. Master Time Management. Answer easy questions first and save the difficult ones for later. Avoid dedicating ample time to one question.
19. Stay Confident and remain assured to earn good grades in the test.
20. On the day of the test, carry all the required materials, including the ID and the admission test card.

Preparing for the GRE examination requires one to put in a lot of effort and time. I would suggest that you create a study plan in accordance with your personal strengths and weaknesses.

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Answered on Oct 04, 2023

Asked by Anonymous - Sep 24, 2023
Career
I have completed my BE in Mechatronics in 2016. Then i started working in embedded electronic segment. But now i want to do masters from USA with top universities in power electronics. What is process. Which university will be best. Is power electronics will be good choice as academically i am from mechatronics background but professionally i am from embedded and power domain.
Ans: Hello,

To begin with, thank you for contacting us. I am glad to hear about your plans on pursuing a Master's degree in the USA. As an answer to your question, I would like to let you know that it is indeed possible and rather a fruitful step to shift from a Bachelor's degree in Mechatronics to a Master's degree in Power Electronics in the United States. Take the following steps into consideration.

1. Conduct a thorough study and choose: As the first step in the process, I would recommend that you conduct an extensive study on the field of your choice i.e. power electronics and take into account the employment possibilities it has to offer. Although you have a background in mechatronics as previously mentioned by you, you should make sure that the field of power electronics matches your career objectives and interests, and for the same, I suggest that you get in touch with field experts as they will be able to advise you better.

2. Select Universities: There are a number of universities that are renowned for their programs in the field of power electronics. I recommend that you conduct a comprehensive study and list universities. University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of California, Berkeley, Stanford University, and University of Michigan are among the prominent ones. In addition, the university’s location, scholarship opportunities they have to offer, the experience of faculty members, and the likelihood of you securing admission should also be taken into account.

3. Appear for the GRE and English Proficiency Tests viz., IELTS or TOEFL: Majority of the universities in USA require students to prepare for and undertake the GRE i.e. Graduate Record Examination. You may also be required to prove your fluency in the English language through appearing for English competency tests viz. the IELTS or TOEFL, if English is not your first language.

4. Submit a Strong Personal Statement or Statement of Purpose: Next, I would suggest that you draft a strong personal statement or Statement of Purpose that outlines your reasons for wanting to pursue a Master's degree in Power Electronics, how your training in mechatronics as well as your hands-on experience in the embedded and power sectors will help you succeed, and the reasons behind selecting the universities you intend applying to.

5. Submit Academic Marksheets and Endorsement Letters: Along with the SOP, you will also need to submit your BE program marksheets, and obtain strong recommendation letters from instructors and employers who can attest to your educational and work abilities.

6. Take necessary courses: As mentioned earlier, you have a background in mechatronics and now wish to pursue your Master's in Power Electronics. To aid in your transition from mechatronics to power electronics, and to fill in the knowledge gap between your training in mechatronics and the particular demands of power electronics, you may be required to appear for certain prerequisite courses. The courses that you may be required to appear for are mentioned on the websites of the universities.

7. Plan your Finances: Studying in the USA can be a costly affair, and so I suggest that you plan your finances adequately. Take into account your financial circumstances. Also universities in USA offer ample scholarships and assistantships, look into the possible financial aid options that universities have to offer.

8. Make Applications to Universities: As part of the application procedure you will need to submit all the necessary documentation, pay the required application fees, and adhere to application deadlines. I suggest that you complete each university’s online application procedure.

9. Apply for a Visa: On receiving a Letter of Acceptance from the university, as the next step in the process, you will be required to apply for a student visa. Generally, an F-1 visa is required to study in USA. I suggest that you submit the required paperwork and adhere to all the visa prerequisites.

10. Prepare to Migrate: The final step in the process will require you to make all the necessary arrangements. Arrange for accommodation, obtain a medical insurance, and make arrangements for other requirements in the country. Understand the customs and academic standards of the country.

As an answer to your query whether power electronics is a good choice or not, I would like to tell you that as you have expertise in the power and embedded sectors, this field can be a fantastic one. Different sectors viz., electric vehicles, renewable energy, consumer electronics, etc. all depend on the field of power electronics. As mechatronics frequently includes the combination of mechanical systems, control systems, and electronics, your knowledge in the field of mechatronics can offer a distinct viewpoint.

Lastly, the university that you select should resonate with professional ambitions and research pursuits with the filed of power electronics. I would suggest that you conduct a thorough study on not only the courses but also the expertise of the faculty members at each university to ascertain which one best suits your educational and professional goals.

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Answered on Oct 03, 2023

Asked by Anonymous - Oct 03, 2023
Career
I am doing WILP M.Sc IT first year BITS It is a course of 2.5 years in BITS. Can i join for 2nd year in abroad universities
Ans: Hello,

First and foremost, thank you for getting in touch with us. I am happy to hear about your plans on deciding to pursue the 2nd year of your WILP M.Sc IT BITS Pilani program at a university overseas. As an answer to your query, I would like to inform you that a number of factors including overseas universities’ guidelines as well as your BITS Pilani program’s acknowledgement play a vital role in deciding whether or not you are eligible to pursue the second year of the program at a university abroad. Please take the following factors into account:

1. Consider the program’s acknowledgement and accreditation: Accreditation or getting certified guarantees a student that his/her degree is legitimate and recognized by universities across the globe. As the first step in the process, I would suggest that you make sure that the pertinent academic institutions in India as well as overseas, both recognize as well as accept the WILP M.Sc. IT program at BITS Pilani.

2. Get to know the Transfer Guidelines: Transfer students are generally accepted by certain universities. Nevertheless, they possess unique prerequisites and constraints, and thus, in my opinion, it’s best to consult your preferred universities overseas in order to understand their guidelines with respect to the credit transfer from other schools/universities.

3. Familiarize Yourself with prerequisites for Admission: For transfer students, varying prerequisites for admission may be set forth by varying universities. I suggest that you get to know and adhere to not only their education criteria but also their prerequisites for language competency.

4. Ensure a coherence between the course curriculum: You will need to make sure that there is a coherence between the course of study that was completed by you at BITS Pilani and the program of study at the international university. Remember that in order to fill in any gaps, you may be needed to appear for other extra courses.

5. Plan your Finances: Pursuing studies overseas can be a costly affair, and for this reason, you will need to ensure that you have sufficient funds to pay for your living costs, tuition fees, as well as other miscellaneous expenditures.

6. Get in touch with education counselors: To better comprehend the consequences and the steps involved in the process of transferring to a foreign university, I highly recommend that you get in touch with education counselors at BITS Pilani as they will be in a better position to offer specialized advice based on your circumstances.

7. Get to know the Application Deadlines: You should get to know the last date to apply to your preferred universities overseas. For that, I recommend that you start planning well in advance and send in your application as per schedule.

8. Follow Visa and Immigration Prerequisites: There are visa and immigration prerequisites associated with studying overseas that you will be required to look in. To be able to study in your preferred country, I suggest that you adhere to the visa requirements in order to acquire the appropriate authorization.

I would like to inform you that transferring to an overseas university to pursue the second year of your studies is indeed possible. Nevertheless, you will need to take into account all the aforementioned aspects and plan meticulously. To see if you qualify and to understand the likelihood of transfer, I recommend that you conduct an extensive study and directly get in touch with each university as each may have unique prerequisites and guidelines.

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Answered on Sep 30, 2023

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Dear Sir My daughter is currently in 2nd year of BCA . She wants to pursue her Masters from Germany public university I need to ask two questions Requirement of any English language Test Cost of living in Germany as I had seen no tution fee or very nominal fees is of that course
Ans: Hello Rakhi,

First and foremost, thank you for contacting us. I am extremely excited to hear that your daughter intends to pursue her Master's from Germany after the completion of her Bachelor’s degree in Computer Application. As as answer to both your queries, consider the following:

1. Prerequisites for English Language Test: Considering your query pertaining to any English language test requirement, I would like to inform you that Master's degree courses are offered in English by the majority of German universities. To secure admission to these programs, students are required to prove their English language competency. The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and International English Language Testing System (IELTS) are the English language tests that are commonly accepted. Remember that each university and program has its unique score criteria. The particular programs and universities of your daughter’s choosing may have varying prerequisites for language proficiency, and thus, I recommend that you visit each university’s official website and look into the admission criteria.

2. Living Expenses in Germany: With regards to your second question pertaining to the cost of living in Germany, I would like to tell you that although international students are offered either tuition-free or very low cost of education by a number of German universities, it’s crucial to take into account the living expenses. Based on your daughter's way of life and the city she lives in, the living costs can differ. Some estimated monthly expenditures, however, are mentioned as under:

Cost of meals: Your daughter can expect to pay between €150 to €300 as the monthly expenses for groceries and meals.

Cost of Textbooks and Study Resources: I recommend that your daughter would need to keep aside €30 - €50 each month for the same.

Housing Costs: On deciding to study abroad, I feel that accommodation costs can be one of the most expensive charges. Based on the city, the rent per month for a shared flat or student dormitory can cost roughly between €300 to €600 on average.

Travel Costs: The cost of public transport can differ from city to city. Your daughter may need to pay monthly charges ranging from €30 to €80 for the same.

Medical Insurance: To study in Germany, obtaining a medical insurance is a necessity. Although the cost can differ, the typical monthly charges for students ranges from €80 to €100.

Other Expenditures: Other expenditures that your daughter may need to spend for include purchasing personal belongings, recreational activities, and any other unexpected costs. For the same, I recommend that she keep aside an extra €50 to €100 per month.

Based on the student’s lifestyle and the city he/she resides in, the total cost of living in Germany per month can typically range from €600 - €1,200. Please remember that these are just estimated values, the actual costs however, may differ. To help alleviate the high costs of studying in Germany, I recommend that you daughter looks into the available scholarship possibilities or part-time employment prospects. Since the costs of living can greatly differ between different German cities, I suggest that your daughter conducts an extensive study on the costs of studying in the city of her choosing.

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Answered on Sep 30, 2023

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I am a student in 3rd year of my B.Tech in Computer Science. I want to pursue Masters in either Data Science or in Artificial Intelligence. I like both of the fields. But I don't know if I can get a combined course or are those individually done. I need guidance to which one is better if I'm planning to do it from Germany.
Ans: Hello Aditya,

To begin with, thank you for getting in touch with us. I am glad to hear about your plans on pursuing a Master’s degree after the completion of your Bachelor’s. To answer your question first, I would like to inform you that your professional objectives and interests will play a key role in deciding whether to pursue a Master's in Data Science or Master’s in Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Germany. I suggest that you follow the points mentioned below in order to make an informed choice:

1. Get to know your interests: As you have previously mentioned that you have an affinity for both, the field of Data Science as well as the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI), I would suggest that you spare some time to dive deeper and acquire a deeper understanding of both the fields. Familiarize yourself with the particular subjects, course of study, as well as the employment opportunities offered within both the fields as these can prove beneficial in assisting you in deciding which among the two resonates with both, your interests as well as your future ambitions.

2. Research University Standing: As the second step in the process, I would suggest that you conduct an extensive study on both, the universities’ repute as well as the standing of the universities in Germany that provide a Master's in Data Science or Master's in Artificial Intelligence (AI). Remember, your professional possibilities can be greatly boosted through studying at a university with high repute in your preferred field of study.

3. Examine the availability of courses: Next, I would suggest that you check the availability of courses. Keep in mind that although specialized Master's degrees in the fields of Artificial Intelligence or Data Science are offered at certain universities, students’ on the other hand, may be offered courses by other universities that include both disciplines or enable them to specialize within their Engineering or Computer Science programs. I recommend that you conduct a study on German universities offering these programs to decide which programs best match your hobbies and interests.

4. Investigate the Program’s Curriculum: Be sure to look into your preferred programs’ curriculum or content. Machine Learning, Data Analysis, and Statistics are emphasized on in Data Science courses. On the other hand, programs in Artificial Intelligence (AI) cover topics like Computer Vision, Robotics, and Natural Language Processing. I would suggest that you investigate courses that align with your professional objectives.

5. Fulfill Language Prerequisites: For the programs you intend pursuing, I would suggest that you look into the language prerequisites for each. Master's degrees are offered in English at the majority of universities in German. Nevertheless, some universities may require students’ to be fluent in the German language.

6. Build Networks and Engage in Internship Possibilities: The technology sector in Germany is expanding. Acquiring hands-on experience can prove beneficial when embarking on your professional journey, and for this reason, I would suggest that you investigate programs offering both, chances to network with business experts, as well as internship placements.

7. Look for Scholarship Possibilities: Studying overseas can be costly. Nevertheless, scholarships help alleviate the cost of studying. I recommend that you look for scholarship possibilities offered by the universities.

8. Take into account your Professional Ambitions: I recommend that you pay heed to your professional objectives. Enrolling in a program in Data Science would be appropriate if you intend pursuing a career in the data engineering, predictive analytics, or business intelligence fields. On the contrary, pursuing a program in Artificial Intelligence (AI) deems fit if you enjoy working on state-of-the-art AI research, wish to enter the field of autonomous systems, or enjoy creating AI algorithms.

9. Consider the Long-Term Benefits Associated with both fields: Take into account the labor market in the long-term. Both the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Data Science are highly sought-after worldwide, but I would recommend that you conduct a comprehensive study on both the fields, and determine if one field offers greater chances in Germany or better suits the industrial demands of the country.

10. Lastly, I recommend that you get in touch with professors, academic counselors, or field experts to acquire guidance as they will offer useful information and aid you in making an educated choice.

Remember that exciting job opportunities are offered by both, the Artificial Intelligence and Data Science fields. Deciding which field to choose should depend upon your professional objectives and passion, as well as the availability of programs at German universities. To make the most appealing decision for your future, I would recommend that you carry out meticulous research and take into account the aforementioned aspects.

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Answered on Sep 27, 2023

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Dear Sushil ji, My husband completed his MBA from IIM dubai in 2009. Right now he is working as an Asst. Manager in a private industry from the last 14years. Now he is ready to make his goal as to study MS in USA by his own money. Now his age is 38years with 14years work experience. Can he apply for the universities in USA. If yes is he required GRE score for january '24 application? Please advice/suggest us. And aslo if yes please suggest which course are helpful for better future..
Ans: Hello D,

To begin with, thank you for contacting us. I am happy to hear about your husband’s plans to pursue an MS in the USA. To answer your question first, considering your husband’s background, having acquired 14 years of professional experience, and even at the age of 38 years, it is indeed possible for him to now apply for MS (Master’s of Science) programs in the United States. Candidates who have acquired different experiences are highly sought-after by a number of universities in the USA. Taking into account this factor, your husband’s MBA degree in 2009 from IIM Dubai, will definitely be a plus point, which I believe, in turn, will definitely make him an invaluable asset. I suggest that you take the below mentioned factors into consideration and then make a final decision:

1. Take into account your husband’s age and years of professional experience:
Your husband’s decision to pursue a Master’s degree in the USA is a wise choice. Although his age may not match the ages of the other candidates opting for a Master’s course, I would like to let you know that having acquired 14 years of professional experience will definitely serve as a plus point in this academic pursuit. Candidates with diverse work experiences having been employed at different companies, are often preferred by the Admissions committees. Your husband’s 14 years of professional experience surely brights to light his level of maturity, unwavering dedication, and the different ways in which he can prove to be a perfect fit for the program he intend pursuing.

2. Researching and Shortlisting Programs:
This is a crucial step in the application process, wherein your husband needs to conduct an extensive study and shortlist programs that align with his interests and academic objectives. Considering his background, I believe, he would surely wish to pursue management, and business-oriented programs or maybe programs in an associated field that matches his abilities. Accordingly, he can look into programs viz., Master of Science in Finance (MSF), Master of Science in Management (MSM), or Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT), etc. I suggest that he selects the perfect program, and for that he will need to investigate universities and the programs they have to offer, and finally select the one that best resonates with his professional ambitions.

3. Appearing for the GRE as a program prerequisite: Addressing your query concerning whether or not your husband would need to appear for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), I would like to inform that you will need to inquire with the specific university and program your husband intends applying for. Each university and program has varying prerequisites. In my opinion, the GRE standardized test may be a necessity while applying for certain programs. On the other hand, considering your husband’s past educational accomplishments and professional experience, other programs may not require him to appear for the GRE. I suggest that he meticulously investigates the entry criteria of the universities and courses he wishes to apply to.

4. Applying to universities and programs: As a part of the application procedure, your husband will need to submit important documents. I recommend that he prepares an excellent application. He will need to submit a compelling Statement of Purpose, endorsement letters from professors and employers who can attest to his academic achievements and character, as well as results of mandatory standardized exams. He should strongly focus on his professional experience and explain how it makes him the perfect fit for the program he intends applying to. I recommend that he begins the application process beforehand.

5. Plan your Finances: I know that studying in the USA is a costly affair, and for that reason, your husband should budget his finances correctly, so as to cover his cost of education, including living and tuition costs, as well as other miscellaneous expenditures. Also, a number of grants, scholarships, and other forms of financial aid, in addition to part-time employment possibilities, are offered by majority of the universities. I recommend that your husband looks into the available assistantships, scholarships etc. as these can help alleviate the high costs of studying.

6. Obtaining a Valid Visa and following Immigration Guidelines: Your husband, on securing admission, will be required to obtain a valid student visa in order to study in USA. An F-1 visa is the required one. I recommend that he conducts an extensive study and prepares for the visa application process.

7. Consider Long-Term Prospects: Your husband should take into account his prospects for the future and understand in what way the Master’s program opted for by him resonates with these prospects. I believe that undertaking internships, career guidance, and building connections while still pursuing his Master’s degree will go a long way in enabling your husband bag employment possibilities upon graduating.

Summarizing the above, I would like to tell you that taking both, your husband’s age and professional experience into account, he is eligible to apply for USA Master’s programs. Nevertheless, I recommend that he conducts a comprehensive research and opt for those courses that best match his aspirations. Not just that, he should also make a compelling application as well as possess a sound financial strategy. I also suggest that he finds out whether or not the particular programs require him to appear for the GRE or not, and that he adheres to other prerequisites for admission if required.

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Answered on Sep 26, 2023

Asked by Anonymous - Sep 25, 2023
Career
I want to send my daughter to study MS inUSA. She completed her BSc in Mysore university with 7.9 GPA. main subjects are Physics, Mathematics, computer science. She like Computer Science and secure more than 8.5 in all semesters. Now decided to do MCA . in karnataka. whether she able to get seat fr MS in abroad after her MCA or which coarse she must do to get seat.. pls suggest
Ans: Hello,

First and foremost, thank you for getting in touch with us. I am happy to hear that your daughter is currently pursuing her Master’s in Computer Applications in Karnataka, after which you wish to send her to the USA to pursue a Master’s degree there. I would like to inform you that your daughter stands a decent chance of securing a seat for an MS program in the United States on completing her Master’s in Computer Applications. As the first step, I recommend that your daughter conducts an extensive study and choose American universities offering Computer Science Master’s programs. Your daughter should take into consideration her educational and research pursuits and opt for those universities that best match with those interests. She could further enhance her changes of securing admission to a good Master’s program. For that, I recommend her to enrol in pertinent programs in Computer Science while still pursuing her MCA (Master’s in Computer Applications). Furthermore, to showcase her passion and abilities in the field of her choosing, I strongly believe that she should start interning at companies or be a part of research initiatives. Foreign students wishing to enrol in Master’s programs at universities in the USA are required to appear for standardized exams viz., the GRE. To increase her chances of getting accepted to these programs, I recommend that your daughter should study well as well as try to achieve high scores in the exam. As part of the application process, foreign universities also require international students to prove their English speaking abilities. This can be achieved through appearing for English proficiency tests viz., the IELTS or TOEFL. I suggest that your daughter prepares for and appears for these tests in order to fulfill the linguistic prerequisites set forth by these universities.

Your daughter will need to submit important documents including a compelling Statement of Purpose and Recommendation Letters from faculty members who can attest to her academic capabilities and character. Submitting these, I believe could possibly boost her application thereby making her a perfect fit for the Master’s degree in Computer Science or any other associated discipline. In addition, she may also need to appear for interviews which is part of the process of applying to certain universities. I suggest that she prepares well for the same by researching common interview questions and planning her responses to those queries. Although studying overseas is a costly affair, multiple grants, scholarships, and financial aid opportunities are offered by universities to international students. Your daughter should look into the available options. I recommend that you constantly check the admission prerequisites and application deadlines of each university as they vary. On receiving a Letter of Acceptance from the university applied to, your daughter will then need to obtain a valid student visa to study in the United States. She should apply for a F-1 visa. Familiarize yourself with the visa processes as well as the prerequisites.

Planning on sending your daughter to the USA for a Master’s degree is an excellent choice. However, keep in mind that securing admission to the same can be cut-throat, and for that reason I recommend that your daughter studies hard to achieve success.

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Answered on Sep 26, 2023

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My son is planning his MS in AI and ML in USA, can you please suggest me which are the best Public and Private Universities in USA for AI and ML domain.
Ans: Hello Sandeep,

Thank you for contacting me. I am certainly happy to learn about your son’s plans on pursuing his Master’s in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in the USA. A few of the USA’s leading public and private universities that I believe are renowned for their robust AI and ML Master’s program and that you should consider have been listed below by me. Each university’s standing and the courses offered by them may have changed, so I recommend that you visit the official website of each university for the most recent information. You could also get in touch with your son’s educational counselors.

State-run or Community Colleges/Universities:
Your son could possibly consider these universities for his Master’s degree:

1. Stanford University
2. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
3. University of California, Berkeley
4. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and
5. University of Washington

Universities in USA that are privately-run:
Your son could decide to pursue his Master’s in AI and ML at any of these below mentioned universities:

1. California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
2. Columbia University
3. Stanford University
4. Princeton University
5. Carnegie Mellon University
6. Massachusetts Institute of Technology popularly known as MIT, and
7. Harvard University

Applying to these universities can be cut-throat, and in order to enhance his chances of securing admission to any of these institutions, I recommend that your son should possess an exceptional educational history, along with a compelling personal statement, and recommendation letters. He should also look into the university’s location, and cost of studying at that university when deciding to study there.

To acquire latest knowledge about the programs in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, as well as the university’s faculty members, and prerequisites for applying, I suggest that you browse each university’s official website where you will also get information about the recent rankings. To gain a better understanding of the courses offered, do not forget to contact students who are presently studying at these universities or get in touch with the university’s faculty.

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Answered on Sep 26, 2023

Asked by Anonymous - Sep 25, 2023
Career
Hello sir, I am currently doing btech cse from government college,but i wanted to do bsc honors in physics. Can I still do an MSc in physics after btech in Abroad?? What should I do to do masters in physics in abroad ?
Ans: Hello,

To begin with, thank you for reaching out to us. To answer your first question, yes, it is indeed possible for you to pursue an MSc in Physics abroad after completing a B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering.
However, before you decide to pursue your masters, I would recommend you to do the following:

1. Do a bridge course: A program like Physics MSc program would need you to have a strong grip in subjects like physics and mathematics. Since there would be a gap between your engineering degree and MSc, you may have to take up additional courses in physics and math to address the requirements. You can opt for courses in classical mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and mathematical methods in physics from a reputed college in India.

2. Enrich your skills and knowledge: While still embarking on your Bachelor’s of Technology journey, you should conduct further research and study on your own to boost your knowledge in Physics. For the same, I recommend that you participate in research or initiatives that are related to physics. Not just that, you should also read physics textbooks, or reach out to faculty members to acquire their advice as they can aid you in your educational pursuits.

3. Enroll Yourself in Bridge Programs: To get started with their MSc program, bridge programs or courses that can be opted for before pursuing Master’s, are offered by several universities to help students with no prior knowledge in Physics. If possible, I recommend that you register for such programs.

4. Conduct A Comprehensive Study on Programs: To find the program that best suits your professional objectives and interests, conduct an all-round study on universities and Master’s in Physics courses offered overseas. I think that it is best to search for those programs that can be opted for by students coming from different intellectual settings or ones that provide bridge courses that can be opted for by students switching from one field to another.

5. Applying to Universities: I suggest that you adhere to the rules set forth by the universities you have considered for the purpose of applying. You will need to submit your academic marksheets, a compelling personal statement or essay, strong recommendation letters, and exams scores of standardized and English proficiency tests. Each university has different application deadlines and I recommend that you pay head to the same.

6. Craft A Compelling SOP: I recommend that your write a strong SOP, one that highlights your educational history, what inspired you to transition from the field of CS to physics, your inclination for research experience, and why you wish to opt for a Master’s in Physics. Throw light on initiatives, pertinent course of study, or past research knowledge.

7. Appear for the GRE Standardized Test or English Competency Exams: While applying to foreign universities, students are required to appear for the GRE standardized test. They also need to take the IELTS or TOEFL English proficiency tests to prove their ability to speak in the English language. I suggest that you prepare well for these tests and aim to achieve high marks in them.

8. Submit Endorsement Letters: You should receive and submit recommendation letters from faculty members who can attest to your academic prowess, and physics abilities.

9. Plan your Finances: Studying abroad can be a costly affair and so I suggest that you arrange for your finances meticulously. Foreign universities offer a number of bursaries/grants, scholarships, and other forms of financial aid possibilities to students studying there. I recommend that you look into the various available options.

10. Follow Visa Rules and Immigration Guidelines: On securing admission to a university, you will then need to apply for a valid visa to study in that country. Not only that, all immigration prerequisites associated with pursuing overseas education should be adhered to.

I also recommend that you get in touch with educational counselors and experts to acquire advice throughout the application procedure.

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Answered on Sep 26, 2023

Career
my daughter has completed her 3 years operation theatre and anesthesia technology and 1 year intern from SRM university, Chennai. Kindly suggest job opportunities in UK
Ans: Hello Elumalai,

First and foremost, thank you for getting in touch with us. A number of employment possibilities, I believe, can be opted for in the UK’s healthcare industry, by your daughter, considering her expertise in operation theatre and anesthesia technology, as well as her internship experience. They are as under:

1. Seek jobs as an Anesthesia Technician: Your daughter can possibly take up an Anesthesia Technician role that would require her to help anesthesiologists prepare and give anesthesia to patients prior to the surgery, and thereafter, monitor them during the process owing to her anesthesia technology expertise.

2. Job Opportunities as an Operating Theatre Technologist or Technician: Your daughter can also consider working as an Operating Theatre Technician/Technologist in hospitals. Here, she will be enthrusted with the responsibility of not only aiding medical teams in preparing operating rooms, but also making sure that all equipment is operating properly. She can benefit from her training and internship experience.

3. Working at Colleges/Universities: Your daughter, if interested in studying further or teaching, can look into job roles offered at colleges and universities that offer programs in healthcare.

4. NHS (National Health Service) Careers: Healthcare experts are offered numerous jobs by the NHS in the UK. Your daughter can take into account the jobs that have to offer for operating theaters and anesthesia departments positions.

5. Working at an Agency: To acquire work experience and examine diverse healthcare environments, a few people choose to take up agency or temporary work first.

6. Working at Private Hospitals and Clinics: Operation theatre and anesthesia technologists are also employed by privately run healthcare centres in the UK. Your daughter can search for job openings in private hospitals and clinics, at the location convenient to her.

7. Professional Connections: Your daughter should be a part of professional groups or networks, that are great places for both, career leads and networking possibilities for healthcare experts in the UK.

8. Companies dealing with Medical Equipment: People with an operation theatre and anesthesia technology background are recruited by businesses that deal with the manufacture and provision of medical equipment, for jobs that involve maintaining and supporting equipment.

9. Appearing for Certifications and Undergoing Registration: Considering the demands of the UK’s healthcare sector and your daughter’s credentials, I believe she would be required to complete specific certificate courses or may even need to go through specific procedures to register. An extensive study should be conducted and all the mandatory prerequisites should be met by her.

10. Curriculum Vitae and Letter of Motivation: The CV and the personal statement written by her, I recommend should outline her academics, certifications, prior work experience, and other pertinent abilities she possesses. Both these documents should be customised to suit each job application.

The UK’s immigration and work visa conditions should also be taken into account. Your daughter should adhere to the legal condition that are essential to seek jobs in the UK, and for the same, I recommend that she conducts research on the rules associated with UK immigration or gets in touch with experts.

She should also contact people with expertise in her field of study in the country to ease her search for jobs. Popular social media sites like LinkedIn, I believe, should be browsed by her as this platform can prove beneficial in building networks and keeping abreast with employment prospects in her field of interest.

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Asked on - Sep 27, 2023 | Answered on Sep 27, 2023
Thanks a lot for detailed guidance. can you provide your website pls
Ans: Yes,
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Answered on Sep 25, 2023

Asked by Anonymous - Aug 03, 2023
Career
Job opportunities after doing MS in "Automation & Robotics" from UK. Kindly guide exhaustively.
Ans: Hello,

To begin with, that you for contacting us. Automation and Robotics are central to sectors viz., agriculture, manufacturing, aerospace, healthcare, etc. Earning a Master's in Automation and Robotics from the UK can lead to different professional possibilities in a fast expanding and evolving field. Mentioned below are possible career opportunities and pathways after completing an MS degree in Automation & Robotics in the UK:

1. Research Engineer/Scientist: One who is responsible for conducting research in robotics and automation technologies. You can work as a Research Engineer/Scientist in academia, private businesses, and research organizations.

2. Software Specialist for Robotics: One involved in the creation of software to control robotic systems and create user interfaces. One can apply for this role at tech startups, automation firms, and robotics software companies.

3. Entrepreneurship or Establishing a Startup: To apply the knowlegde and expertise acquired during your Master’s program, you can consider starting your own robotics or automation company.

4. Field Service Engineer: This role involves offering on-site technical support and maintaining robotic and automation systems. You can be a part of companies that offer field services.

5. Logistics and Supply Chain Manager: As a Logistics and Supply Chain Manager, using automation and robotics, you will be required to improve supply chain operations. You can seek jobs in e-commerce and logistics companies.

6. AI Developer: This role requires one to have expertise in artificial intelligence technologies in order to enhance robotic systems. You can take up jobs in natural language processing, computer vision, and AI-assisted robotics sectors.

7. Education or Research Roles: For research-centred roles or to become a professor/lecturer in colleges and universities, pursue a Doctorate degree.

8. Product Manager: One responsible for supervising the creation and marketing of robotic products and automation solutions. You can take up jobs at startups, robotics companies, or tech giants.

9. Robotics Engineer: As a robotics engineer, you will have to design, create and maintain robotic systems and automation procedures to improve efficiency and reduce manual labor. You can work as a robotics engineer in healthcare, manufacturing, automotive, and logistics industries.

10. Consultant/Analyst: This job requires one to offer expertise on automation techniques and technologies to businesses. You can seek Automation Analyst or Consultant jobs at research organizations and consulting firms.

11. Project Manager: Project Managers are responsible for overseeing automation and robotics projects, thereby, making sure they are completed on time and within the allotted budget. These opportunities are available in various industries.

12. Machine Learning Engineer: One that integrates machine learning and AI with robotics to construct intelligent systems. This position can be sought-after in healthcare robotics, autonomous vehicles, etc.

In addition to the above, various other job opportunities viz., those of a Regulatory Affairs Specialist, Mechatronics Engineer, Sales and Marketing, Control Systems Engineer, and Quality Assurance Engineer are available.

Acquire hands-on experience through co-op programs, internships, or research projects while pursuing your MS program to boost your employment possibilities. To stay competitive in the labor market, network with field experts, partake in industry conferences, and stay abreast on emerging technologies. Lastly, adjust and constantly learn in order to succeed in the ever evolving automation and robotics field.

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Answered on Sep 25, 2023

Asked by Anonymous - Sep 24, 2023
Career
My daughter has completed BSc Agriculture from Kerala Agriculture University in 2022.She intends to pursue PG in Environmental science course abroad.Can suitable course and country/ University be suggested??Is she eligible for PG in environment related courses??Which will the most suitable option??
Ans: Hello,

First and foremost, thank you for getting in touch with us. It’s good that your daughter, after having completed her BSc in Agriculture, is now keen on pursuing PG in Environmental Science overseas. Take into account the following:

1. Eligibility Criteria:
• To qualify for a Master's in Environmental Science or an associated field, your daughter should possess a bachelor's degree in a pertinent field. Having already earned a BSc in Agriculture, she may be rquired to consult particular universities and programs for their precise admission prerequisites.

• Proof of English language competency via tests viz., the TOEFL/IELTS may also be required by a number of universities. She should adhere to the language prerequisites of the university and program of her choosing.

2. Selecting the Country and University:
Several factors viz., your daughter’s finances, career objectives, and personal choices play a key role in selecting the country and university. She could consider the following:
• The UK: Here, robust environmental science programs are offered. Imperial College London, Oxford, and Cambridge are prominent universities.

• Australia: The University of Melbourne, and Australian National University offer excellent programs.

• The USA: Outstanding programs in environmental science are offered by a number of universities in USA. Your daughter should consider universities like University of California, Berkeley, Stanford University, or Yale University.

• Germany: The country offers a number of environmental science English-taught programs. In comparison to a few other nations, education here is economical.

• Canada: The University of Toronto, and University of British Columbia have renowned environmental science programs.

3. Finding the Ideal Course and Specialty:
• Environmental Science is an extensive field of study offering numerous specializations viz., Conservation Biology, Environmental Management, Environmental Policy, etc. To select the correct specialization, your daughter should ascertain her specific interests within this field.

• To make sure they resonate with her interests and professional ambitions, investigate the course curriculum of the programs your daughter is interested in.

4. Financial Aid and Scholarships:
Scholarships offered by universities, government programs, and outside entities should be looked into by your daughter, as these can substantially alleviate the costs of studying abroad.

5. Application Process:
Help your daughter through the process of applying to universities, which generally includes submitting marksheets, a SOP, recommendation letters, and scores of standardized exams (if needed).

6. Visa and Immigration:
On receiving a Letter of Acceptance, your daughter will have to apply for a student visa. Every country has unique visa prerequisites, so make sure the precise guidelines for the country she opts for have been followed by her.

Lastly, your daughter’s preferences, career ambitions, and financial status shall determine the best possible option. She should conduct a thorough study on universities and courses, take into account her interests in the environmental science field, and apply to universities that match her goals. She could also get in touch with an education advisor to acquire useful guidance throughout the application process.

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Answered on Sep 25, 2023

Asked by Anonymous - Sep 25, 2023
Career
I am a final year student in electronics and instrumentation . I want to pursue ms abroad India . Suggest me some universities and how to get there with tution fee waiver scholarship.
Ans: Hello,

To begin with, thank you for getting in touch with us. However, we only deal with overseas education. Deciding to pursue a Master's degree abroad is a wise choice, with a number of universities offering international students, tuition fee waiver scholarships. Follow these steps to get started:

1. Conduct Your Search for Universities: Investigate universities that offer a Master's in Electronics and Instrumentation or an associated field. Search for universities that are regarded for the programs they offer in your preferred field. Mentioned below are a few prominent universities for engineering and related areas:
• Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA
• Imperial College London, UK
• Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
• Stanford University, USA
• ETH Zurich, Switzerland
• University of California, Berkeley, USA
• National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore

2. Look for Scholarship Possibilities: Next, visit each university’s official website and look into the scholarships offered to international students. Merit-based scholarships, fellowships, and research assistantships, are offered by numerous universities to deserving students.

3. Government Grants: Check if scholarships are offered to students pursuing higher studies overseas by your home country. Scholarship programs are offered by a number of governments for their citizens.

4. Fulbright Program: To study in USA, the Fullbright Program offers scholarships for foreign students. Although cut-throat, it’s worth applying for, if your academic record is strong, and can possess leadership abilities.

5. Graduate Assistantships: These are offered by multiple universities where students work in the position of a research or teaching assistant, earn a stipend and at times, a tuition fee waiver. Check if your program offers these positions.

6. External Scholarship Application: International students are offered scholarships by many outside entities and foundations, some common ones being, Chevening Scholarships (UK), Erasmus+ Scholarships (European Union), DAAD Scholarships (Germany), Rotary Foundation Scholarships, and The Gates Cambridge Scholarship.

7. Make a Compelling Application: Prepare a strong application including a high GRE or IELTS/TOEFL score (if required), a well-written SOP, and outstanding Recommendation Letters to increase your chances of obtaining a scholarship. Your academic marksheets and prior research experience also equally important.

8. Make Applications to Several Universities: To enhance your chances of securing scholarships or financial assistance, apply to not only one, but multiple universities.

9. Contact Financial Aid Office: Get in touch with the financial aid office at the universities you are considering for detailed information pertaining to available assistantships, scholarships, and other financial aid possibilities, especially for international students.

10. Application Deadlines and Prerequisites: Familiarize yourself with application deadlines and adhere to all the admission prerequisites of the universities and scholarship programs you are applying to.

11. Prepare for Interviews: You may be required to attend an interview, on being selected for a scholarship. Prepare for the same by looking into frequently asked interview questions and practicing your answers to those questions.

Maintaining an exceptional academic record and submitting a compelling application is important as the competition for scholarships is fierce. Prepare well in advance, and contact the admissions and financial aid offices for advice.

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Answered on Sep 22, 2023

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Dear Sushil ji, My son is doing Computer Science from VIT vellore and is 3rd Year Student. Please advise whether he should go abroad for the Masters and location whether Germany will be advisable . Kindly provide the input .
Ans: Hello Sanjay,

To begin with, thank you for contacting us. Your son’s future ambitions, financial status, and personal choices, play a key role in deciding if he should travel overseas to pursue a Master’s degree in Computer Science, and if Germany is a favorable study destination. When deciding, take into account the following factors:
1. Career Objectives: Consider if your son has set career ambitions that can be accomplished by studying a master's degree abroad.

2. Academic Prowess: An exceptional academic record can enhance your son’s chances of getting into prominent foreign universities. Take into account his academic success in the program he is currently pursuing.

3. Financial Condition: Studying overseas can be a costly affair. Investigate your financial capacity and the costs related with studying in Germany or any other country. Look into the available scholarships, financial aid, and part-time work opportunities.

4. Choosing Programs and Universities: Conduct extensive study and pick programs and universities that resonate with your son’s educational and professional interests. Search universities that have robust Computer Science departments and research possibilities.

5. English Language Competency: Although there are a few English-taught courses, Germany mainly offers programs in the German language. You on studying in Germany or any other non-English-speaking country, make sure he possesses the required language abilities.

In addition, your son should get to know the visa and immigration prerequisites for the country he intends studying in. For instance, Germany has a fairly simple student visa procedure for international students. Enhanced networking possibilities are offered in the tech sector by some countries over others. Investigate the labor market and links your son can form during the duration of his Master’s course. Also, take into consideration if your son is ready for the societal and cultural changes that come with pursuing overseas education. This involves adjusting to a new setting, building friendships, and getting to know the local culture. Look into the available post-study employment opportunities in the country you have chosen to study in. Taking into account both, the cost of studying and the long-term professional advantages, consider the possible ROI (Return on Investment) of pursuing a master's degree overseas.

Owing to its exceptional system of education, research possibilities, and a friendly environment for international students, Germany can be a top option to pursue a Master's in Computer Science. To make an educated choice, carefully examine each factor and get in touch with career counselors and academic consultants. Your son should also examine particular programs and universities in Germany to make sure that match his objectives and interests.

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Answered on Sep 21, 2023

Career
I am mba in rural marketing so where i can make my career in this sector
Ans: Hello Rajpal,

To begin with, thank you for getting in touch with us. You have numerous employment possibilities in the rural development and marketing fields as an MBA in Rural Marketing. Rural marketing entails the promotion and sale of goods and services in rural areas, and calls for a distinct set of abilities and procedures. You can investigate the below mentioned job opportunities:

1. Market-research Specialist: Gather information about rural consumers, their choices, and purchasing patterns through conducting market research. This knowledge is vital for businesses seeking to increase their rural presence.

2. Rural Sales Manager: Managing sales teams concentrated on rural markets. Here your role will include meeting sales goals, increasing the rural distribution network, and formulating sales plans.

3. Consultant: For companies seeking to enter or grow in rural markets, consult with clients using your expertise. Offer strategic guidance and aid them in overcoming the distinct difficulties of rural marketing.

4. Instruction and Training: You can teach rural marketing and associated disciplines at universities, business schools, or vocational schools, if you are passionate about education.

5. Product Development Manager: This role will require you to work with product development teams aimed at developing goods and services that meet rural consumers’ personal requirements and preferences.

In addition to the above, you could also be a part of development firms or NGOs that operate in remote areas, start freelancing or establish your private consulting firm in the position of a marketing expert, take up a job as a rural marketing manager or launch your own social business or collaborate with already existing ones that concentrate on tackling rural development concerns. Moreover, few agencies and governmental departments run initiatives concentrated on rural growth and empowerment. Your rural marketing expertise can prove advantageous in these positions.

To achieve success in the rural marketing industry, keep abreast with current trends and advancements, form solid connections in rural communities, and keep boosting your knowledge pertaining to habits of rural consumers.

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Answered on Sep 14, 2023

Career
My son is pursuing Degree in Computer Science. He is in his last year. He is good in App Developer. He wants to study in abroad. Please suggest which course to pursue. Any university abroad for one year degree course. Your advice will be very helpful to me.
Ans: Hello Rupinder,

First and foremost, thank you for contacting us. If your son is passionate about developing applications, studying abroad can be a great way for him to advance his education and acquire international exposure in the computer science field. Since he is currently in the final year of his Bachelor’s degree, he may be considering pursuing a one-year Master's course to further specialize in this field. Mentioned below are some courses that your son could opt for:

1. Master's in Information Technology: With an emphasis on app and mobile development, certain colleges provide specialized pathways within their IT programs.

2. Master's in Mobile App Development: A specialized course in creating mobile applications, these programs are offered by a number of universities worldwide, including universities in the UK, Europe, the USA, Australia, and Canada.

3. Master's in Computer Science: This being a flexible choice, it enables your son to focus on app development within the wider field of computer science. Within their computer science programs, a variety of specializations are offered by several universities.

4. Master's in Software Engineering: A rather comprehensive course encompassing both, software and app development, and offered by leading universities globally, the Master's in Software Engineering provides a solid base in software engineering practices and principles.

Your son should research and decide on a program that best matches his hobbies and career objectives.

Outstanding programs in computer science are offered by the below mentioned prominent international universities:

• The UK: University College London, University of Cambridge, Imperial College London, and University of Oxford.

• Australia: University of Melbourne, University of New South Wales, Australian National University, and University of Sydney.

• The USA: University of California, Berkeley, Stanford University, University of Washington, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Carnegie Mellon University.

• Europe: Technical University of Munich (Germany), University of Edinburgh (UK), and ETH Zurich (Switzerland).

• Canada: University of British Columbia, McGill University, University of Toronto, and University of Waterloo.

Visit the official websites of each of these universities for accurate details pertaining to the courses offered and the admission prerequisites, as varying programs and specialties may be offered by each university.

Moreover, when selecting a foreign university, your son should take into account the living expenses, location, scholarship possibilities, and internships or co-op programs available. As admission standards and requirements can differ between universities and countries, your son should start applying ahead of time.

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Answered on Sep 12, 2023

Asked by Anonymous - Sep 10, 2023
Career
My daughter wants to pursue LLM from abroad and for settling She is currently working in an energy law firm. Please suggest country and university from where she should do her Masters.
Ans: Hello,

To begin with, thank you for getting in touch with us. Different factors, viz., your daughter’s interests in energy law and her career objectives play a key role in selecting a country and university to pursue a Master of Law (LLM) degree overseas. Mentioned below are a few countries and universities that are renowned for their robust LLM programs in energy law:

1. The UK:
• University of Dundee: This university is renowned for its Center for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy, and offers a variety of LLM programs in energy and natural resources law.
• University of Aberdeen: Aberdeen is at the forefront for energy-related studies. The university offers a globally acclaimed LLM in Energy Law program.

2. The USA:
• Harvard Law School: Here students are offered an extensive LLM program with an emphasis on environmental law and policy, that may be pertinent to energy law.
• University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin): A well-known Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources Law program is offered at UT Austin's School of Law. Texas, a hotspot for the energy industry, this makes it an ideal location to study energy law.

3. Australia:
• University of Sydney: An LLM program in Environmental Law and a Global Energy Law & Governance program is offered at Sydney Law School. This program may be related to energy law.

4. Germany:
• University of Cologne: The country is an expanding market for energy law. An LLM in Energy and Environmental Law is offered at Germany’s University of Cologne.

5. Canada:
• University of Calgary: Canada is an important contributor in the energy industry. An LLM program concentrating in natural resources, energy, and environmental law is offered at the University of Calgary.

6. Singapore:
• National University of Singapore (NUS): With a strong emphasis on energy and environmental law, an LLM program in International and Comparative Law is offered at NUS.

7. Netherlands:
• University of Groningen: This university’s Groningen Centre of Energy Law is an esteemed organization, and offers an LLM in Energy and Climate Law, centered on international and European energy law.

Your daughter should conduct an extensive study on each program, take into account the closeness of the area to her professional interests, and look into the available scholarship options, living expenses, and visa prerequisites. Getting in touch with past or present students pursuing these programs to better understand their experiences can also prove beneficial. Finally, her decision should match her interests and professional objectives.

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Answered on Sep 11, 2023

Asked by Anonymous - Sep 10, 2023
Career
Deat Sir, I am 2nd year B.Tech student (Computer Science) and would like to persue MS either in UK or US. I Dont have any knowledge about the right process. Can you please guide me how should i prepare for the same?
Ans: Hello,

First and foremost, thank you for contacting us. An important move in your academic and professional journey involves preparing to pursue an MS in Computer Science in the UK or the US. For the same, careful planning and preparation is crucial. The process involves the below mentioned steps:

1. Study available options: The first step involves conducting a thorough research on universities and courses offered in both the UK and the US. Take into account each program’s standing, the location, expense, and particular research fields or specialties you are interested in.

2. Academic Readiness: Ensure you have a good academic record. Maintain a high grade point average (GPA) and enroll in specialized courses in your preferred field.

3. Appear for Standardized Tests: English proficiency tests like the TOEFL or IELTS are often required for admission to universities in the UK. On the other hand, the GRE is required by majority of the universities in USA. Look into the unique criteria of your programs’ of interest.

4. Statement of Purpose/Personal Statement: Compose a convincing SOP that highlights your academic and professional ambitions, your reasons for wanting to pursue an MS, and your interest in the said course and university.

5. Recommendation Letters: LoRs are of prime importance in the application process. You will need to submit letters of recommendation from professors who can attest to your intellectual prowess and character.

6. Curriculum Vitae/Resume: Make a strong CV outlining your academic accomplishments, research expertise, apprenticeships, and any pertinent projects or publications you’ve submitted.

7. Plans your Finances: Look into the finance possibilities, scholarships, and opportunities for assistantship. International students studying in both, the UK and the US are offered scholarships.

8. Submission Deadlines: Each university has different deadlines, keep tabs on application deadlines for the programs of your choosing.

9. Visa Prerequisites: Familiarize yourself with the visa requirements to study in the UK or US. The application process for each country is unique, and you will require to apply for a student visa.

10. Prepare for Interviews (if necessary): As part of the application process, certain programs may require students to appear for interviews. Prepare for the same by evaluating your application documents and practicing your answers to such inquiries.

11. Submit your Applications: Via the official websites of the universities or through the application portals, submit your applications. Take note of all the necessary documents and costs.

On receiving admission offers, the next step involves preparing to migrate. As part of this, you should find accommodation, organize your funds, and get the required immunizations or medical exams done. Plan your travel beforehand, and on arrival, attend the orientation program held by the university. Prepare yourself for both academic and cultural adaptations. For assistance, consult academic counselors and avail international student services. Start socializing with other students and professors early. Search for internship openings that match your professional objectives.

The application process being cut-throat, you will need to begin well in advance and work hard on every part of your application. In addition, consult professors, mentors, and former students who have already undergone the procedure. All the very best for your MS journey!

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Answered on Sep 07, 2023

Asked by Anonymous - Sep 06, 2023
Career
My son wanted to study Data science in Abroad.which country education is best for such studies.
Ans: Hello,

First and foremost, thank you for contacting us. Studying data science overseas can be a fantastic chance for your son to learn about various cultures and educational systems whilst pursuing a career which has increasing worldwide demand. Various factors viz., the educational standard, price, availability of prospects, and individual preferences play a key role in deciding which country is ideal to study data science. Mentioned below are some well-known nations renowned for their robust data science programs:

1. The United Kingdom: Prominent universities viz., Imperial College London, the University of Cambridge, and the University of Oxford are highly regarded for their excellent programs in data science. London, in particular, offers a vibrant IT culture.

2. The United States: With numerous prestigious universities and technology centres, the US is a popular choice for data science education. Harvard, MIT, UC Berkeley, and Stanford University offer top-notch data science programs.

3. Germany: Germany is a hotspot for technological and engineering education. Outstanding programs in data science are offered at the University of Stuttgart, and the Technical University of Munich.

4. Canada: The University of British Columbia, and the University of Toronto are regarded for their excellent data science programs.

5. Netherlands: In the Netherlands, innovation and technology are highly prioritized. Delft University of Technology, and the University of Amsterdam offer cut-throat data science programs.

6. Australia: Australian universities viz., the University of Sydney, the University of Melbourne, and the University of Queensland provide robust programs in data science.

7. Singapore: Top-notch programs in data science are offered at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), and National University of Singapore (NUS).

Variables like the living costs, visa requirements, tuition fees, language prerequisites, and the general experience of living and culture, should be taken into account when deciding on a country for data science study. To find the option that best matches your son’s academic and professional objectives, conduct extensive study on universities and the data science programs they offer. In addition, get in touch with educational counselors and look into funding possibilities to reduce the cost of studying overseas.

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Answered on Aug 31, 2023

Asked by Anonymous - Aug 30, 2023
Career
I hv done MSC zoology want to purse higher education further but I am not sure what will be beneficial for me to get job later
Ans: Hello,

To begin with, thank you for getting in touch with us. Deciding to pursue further education in order to boost your career possibilities is of prime importance. Having already earned an MSC in Zoology and aspiring to pursue higher education, when selecting a course that will prove advantageous for your future job possibilities, keep the following factors in mind:

1. Discover Your Strengths and Hobbies: Within Zoology and its associated fields, think about your areas of interest. Think about the disciplines or elements of zoology you loved the most while pursuing your MSC program. Discovering your strengths can help select a specialty that best matches your abilities.

2. Get To Know The Market Demand and Trends: To learn about the most sought-after areas of zoology or associated fields, conduct extensive research on the labor market. Search for the newest trends viz., environmental science, bioinformatics, or conservation biology, that may offer promising future employment possibilities.

3. Research and Collaboration: Through social media platforms like LinkedIn, get in touch with experts in the zoology field, take part in conferences, and get involved in discussions to better understand the present job market and the highly sought-after abilities.

4. Certifications/Qualifications: Based on your future ambitions, earning certifications in ecological assessment, wildlife conservation, or science communication might prove advantageous. Your employability and abilities in specialized fields can be boosted through these credentials.

5. Think About Further Specialization: You might want to pursue a PhD degree in a certain branch of zoology that fascinates you. You can take up research roles in academics, government institutions, or private businesses as a result.

6. Education and Outreach: Think about earning a degree in science education or science communication, if you have a liking for education. This would enable you to teach or communicate scientific concepts to students or the public.

7. Biotechnology and Bioinformatics: If the intersection of biology and technology is something that interests you, pursuing a master's in biotechnology or bioinformatics could equip you with pertinent skills for industries viz., genetics, pharmaceuticals, and healthcare.

8. Environmental Management: A master's in environmental management or an associated field could be a wise decision if you're interested in environmental impact assessment, sustainability, or conservation.

9. Hiring at Government and Non-Profit Organizations: Experts with a zoology background are hired by a number of government organizations and charitable institutions for wildlife management, conservation, and environmental policy job roles.

10. Undertake Internships and Acquire Experience: Undertake internships, volunteer work, or part-time jobs to acquire practical experience. Gaining hands-on experience can balance your education and make you a suitable fit for potential employers.

Choose a career path that matches your hobbies, strengths, and long-term goals. Conduct extensive research, consult with experts in the field, and seek guidance from career counselors at your present or prospective academic institution. Make an educated choice that will help you succeed in your chosen career path.

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Answered on Aug 28, 2023

Career
My son is working as research scholar in IIT but wants to pursue research in US what are the options to do that . He wants stipend fore that kindly guide
Ans: Hello Kavita,

To begin with, thank you for contacting us. Through pursuing research in the US, your son can acquire a fantastic chance to broaden his academic horizons, learn about modern research, and work with subject-matter experts. He could think about the following options:

1. Graduate Studies (Ph.D.): Applying for a Ph.D. program at a university seems to be one of the popular methods to pursue research in the US. Through these programs, students can earn stipends and tuition exemptions in exchange for research and teaching assistantships. Your son can submit an application to the graduate programs at his preferred universities.

2. Fellowships and Grants: For foreign students pursuing research in the US, multiple grants and fellowships are offered. Examples include The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, Fulbright Program, and several university-specific scholarships. Financial assistance viz., stipends and tuition coverage are offered through these programs.

3. Research Assistantships (RA): Research assistant roles are available in several research initiatives, labs, or departments. In this salaried position, your son will carry out particular research projects under a faculty member’s supervision.

4. Teaching Assistantships (TA): Teaching assistantships are similar to research assistantships, here students help the professors teach undergraduate courses while he is still pursuing his own research. This may also include a stipend and at times, tuition coverage.

5. Working in partnership with Professors: Your son might consider working together on research projects, if he has developed relationships with professors in the US. Getting invited for short research trips or even longer research stays could stem as a result.

6. Postdoctoral Jobs: Your son could think about applying for postdoctoral jobs if he finishes his Ph.D. in India and wishes to further his research in the US. These research positions are temporary enabling him to continue his research under the guidance of experienced researchers.

7. Centers and Institutes for Research: Researchers can enrol as visiting scholars or researchers at a number of US research institutes and centers. These jobs could offer stipends and access to cutting-edge facilities.

8. Academic Workshops and Meetings: Your son can engage with possible colleagues and look into research opportunities by attending conferences and seminars in the US that are pertinent to his academic field.

Your son should inquire about labs, universities and programs that match his research interests, get in touch with teachers/advisors he intends working with, submit a compelling Statement of Purpose, study proposal, and recommendation letters, appear for English language competency tests viz., IELTS or TOEFL as required by universities, and look into scholarships, fellowships, and assistantships that offer international students financial aid.

To make sure he finds the perfect match for his research interests and career prospects, your son should plan well in advance, begin early, and conduct extensive research on each possibility.

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Answered on Aug 28, 2023

Asked by Anonymous - Aug 26, 2023
Career
My daughter is studying Engineering and she is thinking of going abroad for MS or MBA in reputed college. we all could not decide, which will course be better. Can you suggest?
Ans: Hello,

First and foremost, thank you for contacting us. Your daughter’s career ambitions and passions play a key role in her decision to pursue either a Master of Science (MS) in Engineering or a Master of Business Administration (MBA). While both offer unique benefits, she should make a choice based on her personal goals and the path she intends taking. Mentioned below is an overview of both courses to help make an educated choice:

Master of Science (MS) in Engineering:

1. Technical Know-how: Technical skills and knowledge within a certain engineering discipline are boosted through an MS in Engineering degree. If your daughter wishes to acquire a better understanding of a specific area of engineering and undertake cutting-edge research or development initiatives, pursuing this degree is an excellent choice.

2. Research Possibilities: Research projects, most often being a component of MS programs, they can result in publications and a chance to support modern developments in this area.

3. Concentration: Pursuing an MS program allows one to specialize in a particular engineering discipline, which in turn, can help her acquire expertise in a specific subject.

4. Job Roles: MS in Engineering graduates generally pursue technical positions viz., that of a design engineer, technical specialist, or research engineer.

Master of Business Administration (MBA):

1. Leadership and Management Abilities: Pursuing an MBA program enables one to develop business understanding, leadership abilities, and comprehensive knowledge of different business functions. This proves invaluable for one with an interest in leadership and management positions.

2. Adaptability: An MBA is adaptable with applications in not just engineering but a variety of sectors. If your daughter is thinking of a career in management, consulting, entrepreneurship, or any position that demands a solid background in business, pursuing an MBA is a good choice.

3. Collaboration: With MBA programs often placing a strong emphasis on networking, applicants are provided with opportunities to connect with experts from varied backgrounds and businesses.

4. Entrepreneurship: Pursuing an MBA degree can equip your daughter with the requisite knowledge and abilities required to succeed in the corporate world, if she plans on establishing her own company.

Factors viz., your daughter’s hobbies and interests, future aspirations, long-term career plans, abilities and strengths, and monetary concerns should be taken into account in order for her to make a confirmed choice.

Finally, the choice should depend on your daughter’s personal goals and vigour. Getting in touch with experts in both engineering and business to acquire information about their experiences and seeking advice mighet also prove beneficial.

For more information, you can visit our website.
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Answered on Aug 26, 2023

Career
Hello Mr. Sushil Sukhwani, thanks for your advise. Just need small clarification, my daughter will be going to USA after 12th but in your response it's says after bachelor's so can you pleaase look into this and confirm?
Ans: Hello Deepak,

First and foremost, thank you for contacting us. We are extremely sorry for the part pertaining to Educational prerequisites, having mistakenly written Bachelor’s. Pursuing medical studies in the USA can certainly be fruitful, however, multiple steps are involved in the process, right from preparing for standardized exams to making applications for universities. The application process is as under:

1. Prerequisites:
• Academics: Your daughter will need to complete 12 years of schooling comparable to that of the U.S. high school education. This typically requires completing grades 11th and 12th.
• Standardized Tests: Prepare for and give the requisite standardized tests:
◦ SAT or ACT: Undergraduate admissions require one to appear for general standardized exams like the SAT or ACT. Certain universities might favor one over the other.
◦ SAT Subject Tests: For competitive programs like medicine, specific subject exams might be needed or recommended by certain universities.
• English Proficiency: If English is not your daughter's primary language, appear for the TOEFL or IELTS English language proficiency test.

2. Research and Choose Universities:
• Universities and medical programs that correspond to your daugther’s academic objectives, choices, and monetary capabilities should be researched.

3. Entrance Tests:
• MCAT: The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) is required for admission to the majority of American medical schools. An applicant’s comprehension of scientific principles, critical thinking, and problem-solving abilities are assessed in this standardized test.

4. Application Process:
• Online Applications: Via the Common Application or specific university websites, complete online applications.

• Transcripts: Academic marksheets including those of grades 11th and 12th, as well as any other pertinent education should be submitted.

• Recommendation Letters: Your daughter will require outstanding LoRs from professors, mentors, or professionals who can attest to her intellectual prowess and character.

• Statement of Purpose: Typically, applicants must compose a convincing personal statement outlining their purpose to pursue a medical career, relevant experiences, and attributes that make them a viable candidate.

• Extracurricular Activities: Talk about extracurricular activities, community service, leadership roles, and research experiences that you have undertaken.

5. Prepare Your Finances:
• Medical studies can be costly, therefore, budgeting is essential. Look into various scholarship opportunities, grants, and financial aid possibilities that universities offer.

6. Applying for a Visa:
• On being accepted, your daughter must apply for a student visa (F-1 visa) to study in USA. This entails submitting necessary documents, attending an interview at the U.S. embassy or consulate, and proving she can pay for her education and living costs.

7. Pre-departure Preparations:
• Before leaving for the USA, make accommodation, travel, and other essentials arrangements.

8. Arrival and Orientation:
• Once you arrive, adapt yourself to campus life and academic expectations by attending orientation programs organized by the university.

Depending on the university and course, the process can differ a little. Check the official websites of the universities your daughter is interested in frequently and adhere to their particular application guidelines and deadlines.

The medical sector in the USA being highly competitive, securing admission to medical schools can be difficult. Your daughter will need to maintain excellent academic standards, actively participate in extracurricular activities, and perform well on the required exams to increase her admission chances.

In addition, speaking with a qualified educational counselor or advisor who specializes in assisting students apply to foreign universities can provide tailored guidance throughout the application process.

For more information, you can visit our website.
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Answered on Aug 16, 2023

Career
my faughter wants MS or M.Tech in mechateonics in India or abroad so what is good and where shall be apply
Ans: Dear Vineet,

First and foremost, thank you for contacting us. However, we only deal with overseas education. It is critical to select the correct university and location for obtaining a Master's degree in Mechatronics. Mentioned below are some stages and considerations to assist you and your daughter in making an educated decision:

1. Research Initiatives: Begin by investigating the universities and programs that provide a Master's degree in Mechatronics. Search for colleges with reputable engineering and technology departments, especially those with a strong mechatronics or related field emphasis.

2. University Standing and Reputation: Examine the rankings and reputation of universities, particularly those in engineering and technology. Higher ranked institutions frequently have superior faculty, resources, and connections to business.

3. Research and Academia: Research the professors who have expertise in mechatronics and related subjects. The learning experience can be substantially improved by excellent faculty. Additionally, mechatronics research initiatives and projects might be a huge benefit.

4. Location: Take the university's location into consideration. Seek out areas with a strong industrial foundation and cutting-edge technology. This might open up chances for internships, team projects, and prospective employment following graduation.

5. Cost and Financial Aid: Analyze the cost of living and tuition in the nations and colleges that interest you. Additionally, look into any possible scholarships for international students.

6. Language: Examine the language of education. Many institutions in English-speaking nations offer English-language programs, although some may demand knowledge in the native language.

7. Links to Industry: Universities with strong connections to regional businesses might present networking possibilities, internships, and possible job prospects after graduation.

8. Curriculum & Areas of Concentration: Review the course descriptions and curriculum. Your daughter's interests in mechatronics may be matched by specialized courses or concentrations offered by several universities.

9. Infrastructure and Labs: Investigate the workspaces, laboratories, and tools offered for mechatronics projects and research. For this field, practical experience is essential.

10. Alumni Success: Find out where prior program alumni are working currently. This might help you gauge how well the curriculum prepares pupils for the workforce.

Here are several nations noted for their formidable colleges and strong engineering programmes in light of these factors:

• United States: Engineering programs at universities viz., Stanford University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the University of California--Berkeley, and the Georgia Institute of Technology are renowned.

• Germany: Universities like Technische Universität München (TUM), Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen (RWTH Aachen), and Technische Universität Berlin, which are known for their strong engineering history, provide top-notch engineering programs.

• Canada: Engineering departments at universities like McGill University, University of Toronto, and University of British Columbia are well-known.

• Switzerland: The engineering and technology programs at ETH Zurich and École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) are well-known.

Consider your daughter's academic and career ambitions as well as the family's financial needs when thoroughly researching each university and program. To acquire first-hand knowledge of the programs, it’s also a smart move to get in touch with current students or alumni.

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Answered on Aug 09, 2023

Asked by Anonymous - Aug 08, 2023
Career
Hello....my son wants to go abroad either US, Canada or UK for undergrad BBA education. Mostly we are keen to send bcos he is average student and getting admission in India in any good college is difficult. Is it the right thought process, we are confused. Pls guide.
Ans: Hello,

First and foremost, thank you for contacting us. The fact that you are exploring choices for your son's education is excellent. Studying abroad can be a great experience, and it’s crucial to thoroughly consider the benefits and drawbacks of the same.
When determining whether your son should pursue an undergraduate BBA program overseas, keep the following aspects in mind:

1. Educational Excellence: Universities in the USA, Canada, and the UK offer excellent instruction and cutting-edge learning. Your son could have access to world-class instructors, resources, and opportunities that are not available in many Indian educational institutions.

2. Diversification and Exposure: Studying abroad exposes your son to new cultures, viewpoints, and ways of thinking, extending his horizons and boosting personal and professional development.

3. Networking Possibilities: Universities overseas frequently offer great networking chances with other students, faculty, and business people. His future professional life may benefit from these ties.

4. Employment Possibilities: International students are permitted to work after completing their education in some nations, such as Canada. This could be a good opportunity for your son to obtain international work experience and possibly settle in that country.

5. Challenges: It might be difficult to relocate to a new nation, especially for an average student. He'll need to acclimatize to a new educational system, culture, and perhaps a new language. It's crucial to think about how he'll respond to these difficulties.

6. Expense: Tuition, living costs, and travel expenditures can all add up to make studying abroad prohibitively expensive. Consider the financial factors and look into scholarship and financial aid assistance alternatives.

7. Admission Prerequisites: Getting into prestigious colleges abroad can be tough, just as admission may be competitive in India. Examine your son's eligibility by looking up the entrance standards for the colleges he is considering.

8. Various Alternatives: Investigate further alternatives in India. There are respected institutions in India that provide BBA programs, and some colleges collaborate with foreign institutions to offer exchange programs that could give students a worldwide experience.

9. Future Plans: Your son's long-term career aspirations should be discussed, as well as how studying abroad fits into those ambitions. It's critical to take a career that supports his goals.

The choice should ultimately be based on your son's preferences, skills, and long-term objectives. Include him in the decision-making process and urge him to look into and get in touch with current or former students or alumni of the school he's thinking about.

Consult educational professionals, attend informational workshops, and look into the universities and nations he prefers before making a decision. This guarantees a well-informed decision for your son's requirements and goals.

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Answered on Aug 09, 2023

Asked by Anonymous - Aug 08, 2023
Career
Hi, my daughter is studying in 11 class and she has opted for medical. After 12th she would like to go to USA for further studies. Can you please advise few best Universities in USA for medical programs? And complete process as well?
Ans: Hello,

To begin with, thank you for getting in touch with us. Certainly, we’d be glad to assist! Although studying medicine in the United States might be beneficial, it's vital to keep in mind that the application process can be very competitive. Mentioned below are some of the best medical schools in the USA, along with a description of the application process:

Top Medical Schools in the United States:
1. Harvard University
2. Johns Hopkins University
3. Stanford University
4. University of California--San Francisco
5. University of Pennsylvania (Perelman)
6. Washington University in St. Louis
7. Duke University
8. University of California--Los Angeles (Geffen)
9. Yale University
10. Columbia University

Remember that this is not an exhaustive list, as there are several additional good medical universities in the United States.

Application Procedure:

1. Prerequisites: Before applying, your daughter must obtain a bachelor's degree (often a pre-medical or cognate degree) with prerequisite coursework in biology, chemistry, physics, and maths.

2. MCAT: The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) is a requirement for admission to the majority of American medical schools. It is a standardized exam that evaluates an applicant's understanding of scientific principles, critical thinking, and problem-solving abilities.

3. Recommendation Letters: Your daughter will require outstanding letters of recommendation from professors, mentors, or professionals who can attest to her intellectual prowess and character.

4. Statement of Purpose: Typically, applicants must compose a convincing personal statement outlining their purpose to pursue a medical career, relevant experiences, and attributes that make them a viable candidate.

5. Application via AMCAS or AACOMAS: The majority of medical schools use centralized application systems: the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS) for MD programs and the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Application Service (AACOMAS) for DO programs.

6. Additional Applications: Some colleges may request secondary applications with additional essays or questions after the initial application. These are used to further determine the applicant's suitability for the program.

7. Interviews: Your daughter will be invited to the schools for interviews, if chosen. This serves as an opportunity for her to learn more about the program and for the school to learn more about her.

8. Acceptance: She will have to select one institution and file the necessary paperwork if she receives acceptance offers.

9. Visa Procedure: The university's office for international students will assist your daughter with the visa application procedure when she accepts an offer.

10. Medical Licensing Exams: After completing the medical program in the United States, she will need to pass the United States Medical Licencing Examination (USMLE) in order to practise medicine.

It's important to thoroughly examine the programs and make appropriate plans because each university may have unique criteria and deadlines. Getting advice from academic advisors, mentors, or business experts might be advantageous because the application process can be complicated.

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Answered on Aug 04, 2023

Career
My daughter 24 years old wants to pursue her MS course in UK. She is B Tech (Mech). She has offers from a few univs in UK. As a parent, what factors I need to worry about her studies in UK. Is the country safe & sound and what are the dos & don'ts that one needs to be particularly careful about. By Bunty.
Ans: Dear Bunty,

To begin with, thank you for contacting us. Parental worry for your daughter's safety while she attends her MS program in the UK is quite understandable. International students frequently choose to study in UK because it is regarded as a safe, stable nation with a strong educational system. But just like anywhere else, there are some things to think about and some dos and don'ts to remember to ensure your daughter has a safe and fun time there:

1. Accommodation: Help your daughter locate safe housing close to her institution. For overseas students, on-campus housing is frequently available and should be taken into consideration.

2. Planning Your Budget: Ascertain that she has a well-thought-out budget and enough money to cover her living expenses, tuition, and any other unexpected costs.

3. Medical Insurance: Ensure she has complete health insurance coverage while in the UK. Some universities provide overseas students with health insurance policies.

4. Emergency Numbers: Provide your daughter with emergency contact information, viz., your phone number and that of the closest embassy or consulate.

5. Transportation: Familiarize your daughter with her city's public transportation system and educate her on travel safety precautions.

6. Campus Resources: Encourage her to become acquainted with the campus resources, support services, and student helplines offered to overseas students.

7. Cultural Awareness: Remind your daughter to observe UK cultural customs and standards with respect. Encourage her to appreciate variety and become familiar with British culture.

8. Socializing: To enhance her experience and create a network of allies, encourage her to make friends, join clubs or societies, and partake in university events.

9. Emergency Planning: Teach her what to do in the event of crises, viz., natural catastrophes or other unforeseen circumstances.

10. Time Management: Encourage her to prioritize her time wisely by juggling her academic, social life, and personal needs.

11. Travel Security: Remind her to be cautious when traveling, especially at night, and to avoid areas that are poorly lighted or secluded.

12. Personal Possessions: Encourage her to safeguard her possessions and remain alert at all times, especially in crowded areas.

13. Visa and Immigration Adherence: Make sure she is informed of her visa obligations and abides by all UK immigration laws while she is there.

While the UK is typically a safe place, it's still important to be on guard and take the appropriate safety measures everywhere you go. Your daughter can have a fruitful and fulfilling experience while pursuing her MS in the UK if she is well-informed and prepared. Maintain regular contact with her, offer support, and address any worries she may have to ensure she has a happy and fulfilling time overseas.

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Answered on Jul 31, 2023

Asked by Anonymous - Jul 11, 2023
Career
My son wants to go for undergraduate in US. Please advise pros and cons. Thanks,
Ans: Hello,

First and foremost, thank you for getting in touch with us. With your son's interest in pursuing undergraduate education in the USA, it's critical that you understand the many benefits and downsides. Here’s a summary:

Pros:

1. Academic Excellence: Universities in USA provide excellent education and research opportunities, with degrees that are recognized worldwide.

2. Array of Options: The United States offers a wide range of academic programs and majors, allowing students to customize their education to their interests and future prospects.

3. Research Possibilities: Colleges in USA have well-funded research programs that allow students to partake in cutting-edge studies, work with renowned scholars, and earn priceless experience.

4. Build global networks: Study in USA allows your son to interact with students from many cultures, establishing a strong global network for future professional opportunities.

5. Career Opportunities: A degree from the United States improves career opportunities internationally since employers value the abilities and global exposure earned.

6. Extracurricular Activities: Extracurricular activities, clubs, and organizations at US universities often allow students to develop leadership abilities and pursue interests outside of academics.

Cons:

1. Exorbitant Price: International students studying in the United States endure higher tuition rates than domestic students, causing a major financial strain. Furthermore, living expenses, viz., housing and healthcare, add to the overall price.

2. Immigration and Visa Rules: Navigating the US visa procedure can be challenging and time-consuming. Your son must make sure he fulfills all the requirements and keeps up with any changes to the policy.

3. Culture Shock: Moving to a foreign country can be challenging, and your son might face culture shock. Getting used to a new environment, lifestyle, and social conventions takes time and patience.

4. Away from Home: For some students, being far from home can be emotionally stressful, particularly during significant events or trying times.

5. Competitive Admissions: Admission to prestigious US institutions can be fiercely competitive, and meeting the admission requirements can be a challenging procedure.

6. Medical Insurance: In the US, health insurance is mandatory, but it may also be pricey. Understanding coverage and selecting the appropriate plan is critical for overseas students.

The decision to study in USA depends on your son's particular circumstances, academic interests, and professional objectives. Pursuing a US undergraduate education can be satisfying if he is passionate about a certain field and aware of the difficulties and opportunities. Making an educated decision requires research into colleges, programs, and scholarships.

For more information, you can visit our website.
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Answered on Jul 15, 2023

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