Why Study Abroad?
It’s a challenge
There are unique challenges that come with going overseas to study, but that’s all part of the fun and the experience.
Experience a different culture
One of the biggest advantages of studying abroad for many international students is the chance to become immersed in a totally different environment.
Top quality education
Of course, no matter where you study, your goal is always going to be to get the highest possible quality of education.
Learn a new language
Learning a language can be a real challenge, but there is nothing quite like living somewhere where that language is spoken natively.
Of course, the main reason for getting a degree in the first place is to improve your career prospects. In a globalised, well-connected world, employers increasingly value graduates with international experience and education.
Make new friends
No matter where you go to university, you’re sure to meet lots of new people and make new friends who are all in the same position as you.
As well as experiencing the culture of your study destination, you will also be able to travel to other nearby countries.
It’s often said that going to university is when you become truly independent from your parents and family. This is especially true when you go to university in another country!
Pathway Towards Successful Journey
It helps to do a little research before you speak to us. Once you do some research, you will get an idea of the subject areas that interest you the most.
Speak to one of our counsellors
Brightios counsellors are professionally certified and many of them were international students themselves. They have a wealth of first-hand professional advice and personal experience from different study locations across the world.
Make your application
After you have chosen your course and university or school, it’s time to apply.
Accepting your offer
Once the university or school receives your application it will be assessed and you will be notified of the result.
Practice your English skills
It is always a good idea to brush up your English language skills to ensure you can keep up with what your lecturers are saying. This will be helpful, especially if English is not your first language.
Now that you have been accepted, it’s time to apply for your student visa. Brightios can provide you with some information to help make sure you are well positioned to navigate this process with the authorised migration departments.
Ready, steady, go
Congratulations! You’re off on a huge adventure. There are lots of things to think about during this time and your Brightios counsellor will help out.