Destinations

United Kingdom

Why Study in UK?
One of the main advantages of studying in the UK is that you will be exposed to different cultures and experiences. The sights, sounds and tastes of the UK are varied. Whether you enjoy exploring cities or prefer to get out into the countryside, the UK has something to offer you.

Global Leader in International Education

According to the QS World University Rankings (2012), four of the top six universities in the world are in the UK. By studying in the UK, you have the opportunity to graduate from one of the best education systems in the world!
Excellent International Reputation

British qualifications are recognized internationally and valued by employers, universities and governments throughout the world. The UK is a popular destination for international students, and well respected for world-class standards of teaching. The UK is also renowned for the excellence of its research and teaching.
Value for Money

UK undergraduate study offers fantastic value for money and the sort of experience you can’t put a price on. Undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the UK are generally much shorter than those abroad, which helps to reduce the amount of money require in paying tuition fees and living costs. Most undergraduate courses take three years to complete, although in Scotland it would be typically four years. A postgraduate Masters course will normally only take 1 year, whereas PhD will take 3 or 4 years. Furthermore, as an international student, you can work as well as study. If you are studying at degree level or above, you are permitted to work up to 20 hours a week during term time, with no limit during vacation periods. This can help you to gain both extra finances to support your studies and valuable work experience.. You will also have access to free health care on the National Health Service.
Improve your English

By studying and living in the UK, you will be immersed in the language and have the opportunity to perfect your English communication skills. Practice your English language skills every day, in shops and cafés and while you’re out with English-speaking friends, as well as in seminars and discussion groups on your course.
Multicultural Experience

UK is a multicultural, multi-faith country that has always welcomed migrants and visitors from abroad. By living in the UK, you will have the opportunity to experience new culture and meet people from different culture and countries. And, because the UK is such a popular destination for international students, you are sure to meet people from all over the world during your time in the UK.


United Stats of America

Why Study in USA?
Studying in the United States and abroad doesn’t just give you tangible degrees and certificates. For any international student, the USA has a lot to offer: one of the most prestigious, top ranked higher education systems in the world, eclectic cities and beautiful natural parks, culture, history and a very multicultural population.

Academic Excellence

The United States has one of the world's finest university systems. The university system in the USA is the most popular higher education destination anywhere in the world. In fact over 30% (500,000) of all International students worldwide choose to study in the USA every year. According to the QS World University Rankings, 13 of the top 20 universities in the world are in the USA.
Quality Education

The United States has more institutions of higher learning than any other country in the world. Importantly, the academic bodies provide absolute quality education. Study programs are tuned to the current scenario at all times. Quality of research is excellent and the facilities available to bring your research to the market are exceptional. The research at many of these universities is cutting-edge and often published in journals worldwide. USA has always been a hub of inventions and Universities play a significant role in the change process.
Diversity and Variety

The United States offers variety. There is a wide range of schools, countless areas of study and specialty degrees. If you are interested in studying business, you are not relegated to just general study, but can choose from many concentrations: accounting, marketing, international business, business management, business administration, or finance. (There are many more!) This type of specialty study is available at the undergraduate, graduate and doctorate level, too.
Academic Flexibility

A broad and diverse range of degree programmers on offer with innovative and encapsulating approaches to bringing the best out of its students. The USA education system is flexible in terms of choice of courses within a college or university. During the course of study, a student can transfer from one course/stream to another or one institution to another. This aspect of the USA education system makes it distinct from other countries.
Good career prospects

On completion of your degree, you are legally authorized to work in the US in your related field for about a year. You need to apply for Optional Practical Training Employment Authorization (OPT). Most international students get inducted into the company that hires them during their OPT period, by sponsoring their H1-B or work visa. The H1-B work visa is usually granted by employers if they are hiring international students in specialty areas such as software, engineering, accountancy, teaching or marketing. Once your employer grants your H1-B, you are allowed to work in the US without returning to your home country.
Improve your English skills

Learning or improving your English skills are the main reasons why many students go abroad. Certainly, being surrounded by English and using it on a daily basis can be a great and easy way to improve your language skills. English is the language of business and if you want to be successful in your career, you need to speak it well!


Malta

Why Malta? The Top 7 Reasons Why!
Why should you choose Malta over other English study destinations? Who is there that doesn't dream of going on a grand adventure? Why is it that thousands of English students come flocking every year to this tiny archipelago in the middle of the sea?
English is an active official language!
Malta is one of the world’s very few truly bilingual countries. It’s very rare to find a Maltese person who doesn’t speak English. By law, all English teachers must be qualified and certified to teach.
Sunshine!
300 days of sunshine per year. You will not be freezing under piles of snow and ice. You will not wake up every day to a cloudy sky. You will get an awesome tan.
Low Cost!
You will pay a small fraction of what it would cost to study and travel in Great Britain, the Americas, or Oceania. Food, transportation, living expenses, and tuition are all very economical.
Lots to See!
Despite its small size, Malta is surprisingly rich in culture and history. Many ancient and modern world powers desired this strategic island at the crossroads of the Mediterranean, and left their mark on its landscape. From the world’s oldest buildings, to the castle-city of Mdina, to the chessboard fortress of Valletta, Malta’s many World Heritage Sites will dazzle your eyes!
Friendly, Safe, Relaxed!
Many travelling students have struggled with the “cold culture” found in other English speaking lands. Malta has the cure! A family-based, laid-back, warm-region culture with Mediterranean folks ready to help at the slightest request, creates a welcome change and relief! It’s also one of the safest places on earth.
International!
If you study English in Malta, you will be surrounded by thousands of others who are doing the same thing. This not only creates a great learning experience and opportunity to make friends, but also provides avenues for you to find connections with people from your own country who can help you out.
The Sea!
The water is so blue! Malta is one of the best diving sites in Europe. Whether you enjoy swimming, sailing, or just lying on the beach, Malta is the place to be! It’s so beautiful that many film productions have chosen Malta as a shooting location. Find us on Gladiator, Troy, World War Z, Captain Phillips, Game of Thrones, and many more! New Zealand has great film sites? We do too.


Hungary

Hungary is a little, beautiful country, with a safe and friendly environment. Although it is not as well-known as other European countries in terms of international studies, in Hungary, you can study many top-quality Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees. Several universities from Hungary have been acknowledged for their good academics and they are always present in leading world university rankings.
In recent years, more and more students have decided to study abroad in Hungary and indulge themselves in a wonderful experience. So as a student in Hungary, you’ll probably want to know some of the most important practical aspects that will help you adjust easier to life in any Hungarian student city.

Here are the top 5 must-know facts about to survive your study experience in Hungary:
1. What's the currency in Hungary and how expensive are things?
Although Hungary is a member of the European Union, generally, you cannot use Euros: the official currency is called Forint (Ft). Although in some places, you can still pay with Euro, expect to receive forints back.
One Euro is worth about 300 Ft. There is a gap between the buying and selling prices of the currencies, and they can differ from seller to seller, so you should look around where you change your money.
If you come from a country West from Hungary, you will find everything to be much cheaper. Compared to other countries in Eastern Europe, the prizes in Hungary are quite similar.

2. Enjoy discounts with the student identity card
There are lots of discounts offered for students in Hungary, for example, on the public transport, at sport venues, or for cinema tickets – they will all cost almost the half of the original prize with the student card.
You can take a student identity card from your home university, or get an international one (called ISIC).

3. How to use the public transport in Hungary?
In Hungary, students can get a discount up to 50% of the transport fees. To buy tickets for the student prize, you need to have a valid student card with you, otherwise, you can get fined. Sadly, there are restrictions for exchange students, and they differ from company to company.

4. Finding accommodation in Hungary
Accommodation is one of the most important things you need to plan when you go abroad. Depending on the university, you might get accommodation in dormitories or student residences, but if it is not the case, the university can help you finding a place to rent.
If the university has an ESN (Erasmus Student Network) section, they can help you with accommodation as well as other issues you may have. You can check the list of the Hungarian sections at the official website of Erasmus Student Network.
In Szeged, there are no dormitory places available, but they have an office called „Foreign Students' Secretariat” who can help you, or you can contact the local ESN section as well for help. The monthly accommodation fees are in the range of 360-750 EUR.
You can check the list of the Hungarian sections at the official website of Erasmus Student Network.
In Debrecen, you might be able to get a dormitory place, for 150-200 EUR/month.
In Pécs, there are more dormitory places available for foreign students, for 100- 150 EUR/month.
In Budapest, you can hardly get dormitory places. You can check hostels, rent a flat alone or with more students together. The bigger universities have their own ESN sections, where 1-room flats charge rent from 270 EUR/month, or you can rent more flat rooms with other students for lower prizes (starting from 130 EUR).

5. Arranging your social insurance for Hungary
While you are abroad, you should know where you can turn if you would need medical help. As a citizen of the European Union, you can request an international social insurance card (EHIC). With this card you will you will receive treatment under the same conditions and at the same cost as people insured in this country. For more information, you should check the official website of the EHIC.
The universities have their own doctors. If you catch a cold, or have similar issues, they are the easiest to contact. You should ask your university anyway for information, to know where you can go if needed.