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    Thread: Studying Abroad: Guidelines,Fees and Help thread

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      In the USA after you've completed your studies and earned a Degree only then its possible to apply for a job. The time duration to find that job is 60 days, if not, then you gotta get your ass back where it came from. And if you do get a job, then you can work firstly for around 2.5 year's, its not that bad. (and this is for people who are going on student Visa's).




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      Quote Originally Posted by ashhad View Post

      FEE STRUCTURE:

      You will need a minimum of US$20,000 to $30,000 per year to cover the costs of tuition, room and board, books, and personal expenses. Some universities cost well over US$45,000 - US$55,000 per year. Very few awards are more than $5,000. The cost of studying in the United States varies widely among universities, and the cost of living varies from location to location.
      The chart below shows the range of costs that students can expect to find at various universities:
      Room and Board ($4,000 - $12,000)
      Books and Supplies ($500 - $1,000)
      Health Insurance ($400 - $600)
      Personal Expenses ($6000-$10,000)


      Is this after the inclusion of financial aid?



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      Woah man 20 to 30K dollars per year? O__O. Mind blown.

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      ^^Yea that's all for international students. That's why its always better to apply and study somewhere, where people at least have some relatives living there.




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      Quote Originally Posted by ashhad View Post

      FEE STRUCTURE:

      You will need a minimum of US$20,000 to $30,000 per year to cover the costs of tuition, room and board, books, and personal expenses. Some universities cost well over US$45,000 - US$55,000 per year. Very few awards are more than $5,000. The cost of studying in the United States varies widely among universities, and the cost of living varies from location to location.
      The chart below shows the range of costs that students can expect to find at various universities:
      Room and Board ($4,000 - $12,000)
      Books and Supplies ($500 - $1,000)
      Health Insurance ($400 - $600)
      Personal Expenses ($6000-$10,000)


      Just thought I'd add to this, the fee structure will have a massive rise in the upcoming 2 years. Just so you guys know.
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      well me personally feel going to USA is crap , cause of the whole paki thing

      Canada please , any one tell me of Canada , i heard its hard to get student visa now

      Nothing will Stand In Our Way , We will Finish What You Started

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      Quote Originally Posted by cobby View Post
      well me personally feel going to USA is crap , cause of the whole paki thing

      Canada please , any one tell me of Canada , i heard its hard to get student visa now
      ok ill add info about canada too....getting the student visa for canada isnt hard....almost 7 of my friends got it last year







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      "​how to apply to Australian universities" added


      i hope this helps u guys ...feedback would be highly appreciated







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      best option is Germany..I am applying for Germany for masters..and the advantages out number the cons by alot..

      1)World Recognized universities...500 euro education (average), some are free..total expenses are approx 5.5 lac/annual(without working or paid internships)
      2)English taught courses (no german required for visa or uni)..the whole degree is taught in english not german... though its a good idea to do a course here in Pakistan for survival ..on the other hand the uni themselves also teach you basic german...and for anyone who knows english and urdu, learning german isnt that hard..its pretty fun actually
      3) Job opportunities
      4) 1 year extra visa after masters/bachelors for jobs
      5) Some of the best cities in the world to live in (Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Leipzig, Frankfort, Stuttgart, Cologne, Bonn, Dresden, etc..)


      I can write a guideline if anyone is interested!



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      Quote Originally Posted by Wajhi View Post
      best option is Germany..I am applying for Germany for masters..and the advantages out number the cons by alot..

      1)World Recognized universities...500 euro education (average), some are free..total expenses are approx 5.5 lac/annual(without working or paid internships)
      2)English taught courses (no german required for visa or uni)..the whole degree is taught in english not german... though its a good idea to do a course here in Pakistan for survival ..on the other hand the uni themselves also teach you basic german...and for anyone who knows english and urdu, learning german isnt that hard..its pretty fun actually
      3) Job opportunities
      4) 1 year extra visa after masters/bachelors for jobs
      5) Some of the best cities in the world to live in (Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Leipzig, Frankfort, Stuttgart, Cologne, Bonn, Dresden, etc..)


      I can write a guideline if anyone is interested!
      yeah u should....u know alot about postgrad courses and top universities so you should make a thread....thus there will be a thread for undergrad students and postgrad students







     

     

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