First of all, you need to choose the course you are willing to study. There are two types of courses, short term courses, (language courses, preparatory courses, certification courses, foundation courses, etc) and long term courses (UG, PG, MBBS, MBA, Engineering, PhD. etc) you can choose from the available courses as per your qualification to study abroad.
You can start with the course qualification. You need the qualification of the course that you are seeking for. Apart from the educational qualification one may need following things as applicable:
Some countries allow students part-time work while studying, while the regulations differ for some other countries. Normally, students are allowed to work 20 hours per week as per the visa type they are studying on.
The cost of studying abroad depends on the country and the course you are choosing. On an average it costs around Rs. 5 lakh to Rs. 20 lakh per year in English countries and Rs. 2 lakh to Rs. 8 lakh in European countries.
Yes, there are plenty of education loan options and scholarship options available for students that can help you to study abroad financially. You can apply for any education loan from the approved bank, or you can apply for the scholarship programs which help students to study abroad.
There are plenty of Indian Gov. as well as foreign country funded scholarship programs for students to study abroad. These programs may differ country wise or course wise or by the duration of courses. Some of them are.
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