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Tips for Applying Abroad for University after FSc
« on: November 24, 2020, 12:22:46 PM »
A lot of students in Pakistan aim to pursue their higher education in foreign countries. This desire is often supported by different reasons: some want to gain more exposure while others find that their discipline of choice is not offered within Pakistan. Whatever reason might your motivation be, you must already know that applying abroad for university after FSc is no easy feat.

What can the students who want to study in an abroad university do to get an admission?

Here are some useful tips:

1: Research the field that you want to choose.

2: Look into the university you plan to apply for properly so you know what their environment is like.

3: Check out the culture and lifestyle of the country your university of choice is located in.

4: If you have excellent grades but not a lot of financial resources, then try to find out everything you can about your target university’s scholarships.

5: If you still haven’t completed FSc, then start studying extremely hard to get the best marks possible.

6: Don’t settle for a non-prestigious university abroad if you can find a better university within Pakistan. This is because you will save a great sum of money while preventing yourself from suffering through substandard education.

7:  Try your best to become fluent in the lingua franca of your planned university’s country.

8: Take the SAT exams. Universities abroad require you to present your SAT scores, usually. It’s always a good idea to be prepared!

9: Consider taking ILETS exams for English-speaking countries.

10: Prepare well-written college essays for your admission. Unlike in Pakistan, students abroad need to write essays that are like a part of their university application.

With the help of these tips, you must be having a good idea of your plan of action for your admission to an overseas university. Another piece of advice is that it would be more valuable for you to get your MS or Ph.D. degree from an institution abroad instead of a BS program.

If you’re still studying, then this is one of the best opportunities you have to get grades high enough to help your admission into a prestigious foreign university. Make sure that you’re using high-quality study materials like the past papers and book notes available on because the education system of Pakistan is significantly dependent on studying resources like solved past papers.

Good luck with your university admission!