Are openings for scholarship applications to virtual international courses and internships still open during the pandemic?
Yes, Though the opportunities to intern and study abroad are restricted due to the pandemic, more than 50% of scholarships have been open to all students willing to do their virtual international courses and internships.
As a student looking to study abroad, how do I use this time wisely?
For students aiming to pursue their higher studies abroad this will be the best time to prepare yourself for the endeavors. You can prepare yourself for the imperative admission tests. Not only this, you can also effectively utilize this time of yours to take up various online certification classes to add a wow component to your application. Also, to take the first flight right after the pandemic utilize this time to keep all your documents ready which opens up the various opportunities which helps in fulfilling your desired goals.
Have the universities abroad deferred or shut down the admissions completely?
No, universities abroad are set on to guide and support the students to move on with their plans to study abroad and make themselves into the respective universities they want to. Flexible changes on the dates of starting classes and payment of tuition fee are made. It is made possible for the students to pay their tuition fee in installments also attractive offers of scholarships based on merit are provided.
Are study destinations still offering post-study work right?
Universities abroad are heavily advocating online classes. The benefit of this is that the students can take their classes sitting at the comfort zone of their home. Once the pandemic ends, students can get back to the respective countries to attend the next semester. Students will still be eligible for Post Study Work Right.
Do I need a Study Permit to take classes on-line?
If you have a study permit and have received an Approval In Principle, or have been given an approval for study permit for the upcoming September programs and are not in circumstances to travel abroad to attend the classes you can continue taking classes from your hometown and complete up to 50% of your program while outside.