United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) is a test for medical graduates who want to practice medicine in the USA. The screening test is conducted in three stages- Step 1, Step 2(Clinical Knowledge and Clinical Sciences) and Step 3. Conducted by the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) and the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME), the test is taken by those who want to pursue Residency programmes in USA.

In this Ebook, USMLE- Know all about USMLE, we bring you everything that you should know about the test including eligibility, test patterns, score, and the application process.

The Pearson Test of English is an English proficiency test for students from non native English speaking countries. It is a computer based test and is designed fort students who want to study abroad. It is mostly preferred in universities in Australia although top universities across the world also accept PTE scores. There are two formats of the PTE test: PTE Academic Test and PTE General Test. The PTE tests four basic skills of aspirants- listening, reading, speaking and writing.

In this Ebook, PTE- Know all about PTE, we bring you everything that you should know about the test including eligibility, test patterns, score, and the application process.

Until not so long ago, studying abroad for international students generally meant studying in destinations like the USA, UK, and Australia. Countries like China and Russia did crop up in discussions, but were mostly relegated as an afterthought, and they were deemed destinations that were in the race for their lower tuition fees than for academic reasons. In recent times, though, there have been some dramatic changes in the academic landscape, what with countries like Malaysia emerging as viable alternatives and proving to be more than a match for the heavyweights.

 

In this eBook on quick guide to study in Malaysia, we bring you all necessary information related to study in Malaysia: Top universities in Malaysia, how to apply, admission cycle, work opportunities and scholarships.

One of the first things that come to your mind at the mention of UAE is a flashy shopping destination. But what most people are unaware of is that UAE also boasts of quality institutions offering career opportunities in a host of fields including management, finance and engineering. One of the interesting aspects of education in UAE is that besides being a home to well-known domestic universities the city’s education space is covered by branches of top rated world institutes.

 

In this eBook on quick guide to study in UAE, we bring you all necessary information related to study in UAE: Top universities in UAE, how to apply, admission cycle and work opportunities.

India’s isn’t just the biggest economy in South Asia, but is the leading academic hotspot as well. A number of its universities, including a handful of IITs, are listed in world university rankings, helping it attract students from across the globe, especially from its neighboring countries.

 

In this eBook on Quick guide to study in India, we highlight the major features of higher education in India: cost of education, top-ranked universities, popular courses, and admission timeline.

Graduate Record exam (GRE) is a standardised test required for admission to graduate level programmes in most of the popular academic destinations. Aspirants who are interested in pursuing a master's degree, specialised master's course, MBA or doctoral degree can sit for the GRE Test. The total duration of the test is 3 hours 40 minutes.

In this E-book we bring you all the necessary information pertaining to GRE- its pattern, eligibility, and study materials among others.

While some countries offer international students limited post-study work opportunities, other countries have more generous visa norms that allow international student to stay back and work after studies. USA is an immigration friendly country that allows international students to work after studies. However, to work in USA, students need to be familiar with the different visa norms, and concepts like CPT and OPT.

In this eBook we bring you post-study work opportunities in USA, and get into the various nitty-gritties of the process.

Many students choose to study in UK because they believe post-study work opportunities in the country are decent enough and will allow them to make it big in UK labor market. But there have been some changes in student work visa norms starting 2012, when Tier 1 visa was scrapped. Since 6 April 2012, Tier 2 (General) is the primary route through which non-EEA graduates can seek employment in UK.

In this eBook we bring you post-study work opportunities in UK, and get into the various nitty-gritties of the process.

With more and more international students earning their degrees from New Zealand, there is renewed focus on post-study work. It is because these students aren’t just happy to go back and find jobs in their native countries, but instead they want to be a part of New Zealand’s thriving job market. Interestingly, New Zealand faces skilled shortages in many sectors like–Construction and Engineering –which makes finding jobs in New Zealand that much easier.

In this eBook we bring you post-study work opportunities in New Zealand, and get into the various nitty-gritties of the process.

A large number of international students stay back after completing their graduation and pursue post-study work opportunities in Germany. Some even hope to stay permanently after completing their studies. Such positivism emanates from the fact that Germany has a very accommodating work-after study program for international students. But to take advantage of these opportunities, they first need to be familiar with the visa policies and rules that apply.

In this eBook we bring you post-study work opportunities in Germany, and get into the various nitty-gritties of the process.

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