Home > Career > Question
Need Expert Advice?Our Gurus Can Help
Sushil

Sushil Sukhwani  |438 Answers  |Ask -

Study Abroad Expert - Answered on Oct 14, 2023

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
Ravindra Question by Ravindra on Oct 13, 2023Hindi
Listen
Career

Good Morning Sir, My daughter is completing MDS as Orthodontist next year from Bharti Vidyapith Pune. Is it ok to send her abroad to make future prospectus ? what is your advice.. which country is better?, What is the cost involved? Can she be in India and get better future here ?

Ans: Hello Ravindra,

To begin with, thank you for contacting us. I am glad to hear that your daughter will be completing her Master’s of Dental Surgery as an Orthodontist the following year. Concerning your query as to whether she can remain in India itself and acquire a better future, I would like to tell you that we only deal with overseas education. Similarly, concerning your query as to whether it is okay to send your daughter abroad for better future prospects after she completes her degree, I would like to tell you that doing so can be a fantastic opportunity. Nevertheless, there are a number of aspects that need to be taken into account. First and foremost, your daughter will need to make sure that her qualifications are globally acknowledged. Moreover, she should ensure that these qualifications fulfill the prerequisites for licensing of the country she intends practicing in.

Several aspects viz., the living standards, language competency, preferences based on culture, as well as the job prospects play a key role in deciding which country is better. As asked by you, I would like to say that the UK, the USA, Australia, and Canada are some of the typical locations for one seeking a job in orthodontics.

The costs of living, tuition costs, as well as possible licensing and examination costs are associated costs included in pursuing a profession overseas that can be significant. I would recommend that on choosing the country for better future prospects, your daughter conducts a thorough study on particular costs as well as looks into various scholarships and possibilities for monetary assistance. Not just that, she should also check if she requires to undergo training or appear for certification exams to fulfill the requirements set by the country in order for her to be able to practice Orthodontics. The prerequisites for visa should also be taken into account by your daughter. Lastly, I would like to say that it can be an excellent decision to send your daughter overseas for better future possibilities. Nevertheless, to guarantee a smooth transition, a comprehensive study and meticulous planning is required.

For more information, you can visit our website.
Career

You may like to see similar questions and answers below

Sushil

Sushil Sukhwani  |438 Answers  |Ask -

Study Abroad Expert - Answered on Oct 16, 2023

Listen
Career
Sir, My daughter has completed MBBS from Ukraine. Is it ok to send her abroad to make future prospectus? what is your advice.. which country is better?, What is the cost involved?
Ans: Hello Yadav,

First and foremost, thank you for getting in touch with us. I am pleased to hear that your daughter has completed her MBBS from Ukraine. Concerning your query as to whether it is okay to send your daughter abroad, I would like to tell you that although it can be a wise decision and an excellent chance to send her to another country to either pursue further education or to start her profession, this decision should be well thought of. Next, to decide as to which country would be ideal, I would like to say that your daughter’s preferred field of study, her professional ambitions, the cost, as well as the linguistic preferences, play a prominent role in deciding this. On completing an MBBS degree, Canada, Australia, the USA, the UK, as well as several European nations are among the sought-after locations to pursue higher education.

The tuition fees, housing costs, costs of living, and other associated expenditures are all included in the cost to study overseas. Your daughter should take into account these costs. However, remember that based on the country your daughter decides to study in and her preferred university or course, these costs can differ. Moreover, to reduce the cost of studying abroad, a number of scholarships and possibilities for monetary assistance are available that your daughter should consider. I would recommend that your daughter conducts an extensive study on the universities and programs in the countries of her choosing, whilst taking into account the educational standards, employment prospects post graduation, as well as the immigration guidelines, prior to making an informed choice. Moreover, to receive useful advice based on your daughter's personal circumstances and goals, she should get in touch with academic advisors or career counselors.

For more information, you can visit our website.

..Read more

Sushil

Sushil Sukhwani  |438 Answers  |Ask -

Study Abroad Expert - Answered on Apr 23, 2024

Listen
Career
Dear Sushil, My daughter ( only child) is doing her final year from Amity -Mumbai, Bsc-Clinical Psychology. She wants to go abroad .Which will be good country. What will be the Expenses and whether the career has scope abroad.
Ans: Hello MANOJ,

First and foremost, thank you for getting in touch with us. I am happy to hear that your daughter is pursuing the final year of her Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Clinical Psychology and thereafter, wishes to pursue higher studies overseas. To answer your question first, I would like to tell you that a number of variables viz., your daughter’s interests, the budget, the preferred field of psychology she intends specializing in, and her professional objectives, play a key role in deciding on a country to pursue higher studies and a career in clinical psychology. Concerning your question, I would recommend that she considers the following:

The USA is home to prestigious universities that offer outstanding clinical psychology programs. Nevertheless, costs can be high, including living expenses, tuition fees, and healthcare. Although assistantships and scholarships are available, they are highly competitive. You would be glad to know that the job prospects in the USA is enormous with opportunities in research, diverse healthcare environments, academia, as well as patient care. Next, coming to Canada, the country’s top-notch instruction and multicultural setting is well-regarded. Remember, in comparison to the USA, expenditures may be comparatively lower. However, it still calls for proper financial planning. Offering possibilities in academia, research, and practice, clinical psychology is a legally regulated profession in Canada. Universities in the UK offer exceptional programs in psychology. I would like to tell you that based on the location and the university opted for, costs may differ. Possibilities for research, teaching, and clinical practice, are offered by the country. Nevertheless, bear in mind that post-Brexit visa rules could have an impact on overseas students. Noteworthy programs in psychology are offered by universities in Australia. Remember that although expenditures can range from low to high, scholarships are available. Offering possibilities in research, clinical practice, and other mental health services, in Australia, clinical psychology is a legally regulated profession. Coming to Netherlands, the country is renowned for its advanced approaches to psychology and mental healthcare. Programs in the Netherlands are often taught in English, and tuition fees for overseas students are relatively cheaper. The employment opportunities include research, clinical practice, and policy development.

Prior to deciding on a country, I would suggest that your daughter conducts an extensive study on the visa prerequisites, demand in the labor market, licensing procedures for practicing psychologists, as well as the cultural aspects pertaining to each country. Not just that, she should also acquire counsel from professional advisors or educational counselors, as well as get in touch with experts in the field of her choosing.

For more information, you can visit our website.

..Read more

Latest Questions
DISCLAIMER: The content of this post by the expert is the personal view of the rediffGURU. Investment in securities market are subject to market risks. Read all the related document carefully before investing. The securities quoted are for illustration only and are not recommendatory. Users are advised to pursue the information provided by the rediffGURU only as a source of information and as a point of reference and to rely on their own judgement when making a decision. RediffGURUS is an intermediary as per India's Information Technology Act.

Close  

You haven't logged in yet. To ask a question, Please Log in below
Login

A verification OTP will be sent to this
Mobile Number / Email

Enter OTP
A 6 digit code has been sent to

Resend OTP in120seconds

Dear User, You have not registered yet. Please register by filling the fields below to get expert answers from our Gurus
Sign up

By signing up, you agree to our
Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy

Already have an account?

Enter OTP
A 6 digit code has been sent to Mobile

Resend OTP in120seconds

x