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Old April 22nd, 2016, 02:00 PM
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Hello sir, my brother wants to get degree from abroad after his 12th education. Can any one suggest me name of places in abroad for study? Which places are provides study in abroad?
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Old April 22nd, 2016, 02:01 PM
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Studying abroad is a great way to develop additional social, academic and language skills, whilst adding an unparalleled depth to your university experience.

Study form abroad can enhance your university years, and will also ultimately give you a competitive advantage when it comes to finding employment, as recruiters seek out those who have proactively pursued different ways to broaden their experience.

Some famous places in abroad for study:





Hong Kong



Multi-lingual, multicultural, and a more affordable study destination than most of the other top 10 student cities this year, Montréal is home to the prestigious McGill University, currently ranked 21st in the QS World University Rankings.

A close rival to Montréal in all respects ,Canada’s largest city and leading financial center boasts booming arts, fashion, creative and foodie scenes, and claims the strongest score in the “desirability” category of the QS Best Student Cities index. the University of Toronto currently one place above McGill in the world rankings.

Having been “up and coming” for some time, Seoul is now a firm fixture among Asia’s most happening destinations. Prospective students may be interested to know it’s also home to 14 internationally ranked universities.

Famed for being prosperous and immaculately kept, Switzerland’s largest city has a lot more vivacity and diversity to it than you might expect – from art galleries to street art, and from a creative cabaret scene to the world’s biggest annual outdoor dance party.

The University of British Colombia (UBC)’s campus is impressively green and coastal, while Simon Fraser University is based in the middle of the Burnaby Mountain Conservation Area, about 20km outside the city.

San Francisco
Within striking distance of Silicon Valley, San Francisco blends a culture of cutting-edge innovation with a heritage of laid-back beach life and bohemianism. Stanford University (ranked 7th in the world) and the University of California, Berkeley (27th) are both within the Bay Area.

Home of the renowned Oktoberfest, Germany’s third-largest city boasts the highest “affordability” score in the top 15 – largely thanks to the absence of tuition fees at German universities.

Its two leading universities are now both within the global top 40; the National University of Singapore is 22nd, and the young but fast-climbing Nanyang Technological University 39th.
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