- Not everyone gets admission in IITs and IIMs in India.
- Businesses are becoming more and more global. Universities abroad offer better placements and richer job opportunities.
- Sometimes better infrastructural facilities in laboratories and workshops.
- Studying with students all across the world will give you more exposure to different cultures.
- Some programs offer a lot of flexibility.
- Of Course Level of Education in India is catching up to the International Standards.
- Higher Cost of Living and Fees Abroad still remains a big hurdle for Indian Students.
- In some countries like US, UK, it is difficult to get VISA.
- It sometimes becomes difficult to get accustomed to their Language (Non-English Speaking Countries), Climate and food.
Replied on - 05 Sep 2020
There are some disciplines like Italy is famous for architecture courses, Norway is famous for Marine Science, Chip manufacturing technology ie. VLSI branch is not offered in India, so one can go to US. So, going abroad to study a particular technology which the country specialises in, will reap you benefits to up your skills. One should always factor in the cost of living before going abroad. It is always advisable to get good scores in your entrance exams like GMAT, GRE, SAT, etc and study in a good college to increase your chances of employment abroad and mitigate your risk. Other reasons to go abroad are flexibility in subject choices, less student to professor ratio, better facilities, gain global exposure, etc. Apart from cost of living and fee, what students usually ignore is whether they can accustom themselves to the climate, food, people, language, etc
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Replied on - 08 Sep 2020
Hi Mohammed asimahmed,
studying abroad always gives an edge in terms of education and job opportunities. If you have concerns related to money then you can study in india, but even for money aspects many colleges offer scholarship. First decide which country you want go, so the we make things better. Best of luck for your future.