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    Want to study abroad? Here are the five best destinations

    Synopsis

    For lakhs of Indians who choose to go overseas for their education every year, finding post-study work opportunities as well as securing permanent residence are the most important considerations. Here is a rundown of the pros and cons:

    For lakhs of Indians who choose to go overseas for their education every year, finding post-study work opportunities as well as securing permanent residence are the most important considerations.

    But how do the top five study destinations – UK, US, Canada, Australia and Germany — compare in terms of tuition fees, cost of living and chances of securing work visas?

    Here is a rundown of the pros and cons:

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    (Source: British High Commission, Open Doors report, DAAD, Competitive Careers, Council of International Education, Australia, Canada immigration)
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    3 Comments on this Story

    Singh397 days ago
    In addition to the five best destinations Scandinavian countries, France, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Japan, Italy, Denmark, Holland also are very good destinations. Intelligent Indians should fast track and start enrolling in Universities abroad as India's political future is not certain. After graduation students can either settle down in the country where they studied or immigrate to a country where immigration channel is open.
    Ramakrishnan Ks397 days ago
    The day reservation is discontinued India will start developing in everything slowly else we need to be writing talking whichever party comes as ruling party
    realdeshbhakt 398 days ago
    There is no future for educated youngsters in india under able leadership of great modiji.Not all educated youngsters are going to open chai-paan-pakoda shops and become PM-HM-FM.We are soon heading to great depression in india due to ad hoc policies of this govt.Better to go away.Those bhakts who will definitely give me negative votes-remove your children out of school and open chai-paan-pakoda shops for them.Our nation needs their skills tobecome 5 trillion paise economy
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