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There are several entry requirements you might need to fulfil before you can start studying as an international student. Depending on the academic level you want to pursue, you may need to provide proof of your English language proficiency in addition to other prerequisites. Read the course descriptions on each institution's website attentively as admission requirements can vary between institutions.
The costs of attending a university or school overseas vary significantly. It depends on the type of programme, duration, location, and lifestyle you're looking for when you get there.
Different countries offer different opportunities for students to work part-time while they are studying, but you must check if your Visa allows it. Many colleges and institutions have on-campus job centres specifically for students. The university's careers office is another excellent resource for knowledge.
To ensure that you have enough time for the processing of your applications and to prepare for your time abroad, we advise starting the application procedure at least six months in advance. Remember that different countries have varying starting dates for the academic year.
For foreign students, there are scholarships and bursaries available. The amount varies depending on the institution and the academic degree. Scholarships are compatible, you need to demonstrate an exceptional academic record.

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