Succcess in IELTS exam requires upgradation and updation of skills on various aspects of English language even if the student has passed from English medium education. Vocabulary, Grammar, fluency, Cohesion, Coherence, pronunication, active listening, skimming, scanning and many other techniques requires sharpening and/or fine-tuning to succeed in IELTS exam. Study Abroad and IELTS provides the debasic details for those requirements and guides the students on what should be their next steps. Study Abroad and IELTS is supported by free-counselling from Engramm along with its partners to make it a smoother and stress-free experience for students
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Study Abroad and IELTS is a set of simple guidance and steps that will enable students with overseas study ambition to seek clarification to their needs.
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First of all, you should decide on the course that you are aspiring for and the universities that offer the course of your interest.
This is required for any students whose interest may be in any area of studies including Sociology, Anthropology, Cultural Studies or art, design or science-related - chemistry, physics or biological sciences or business economics and finance or communications media and marketing or computer science & mathematics or criminal law and justice and a whole gamut of them.
If you are aware of the area of study, you should narrow down on the universities that offer those courses. Filter your choices based on the course details as well as approximate cost of your tuition fee and other expenses that you may incur for your overall study abroad program
If the university of choice is any English speaking country such as the USA, Canada, Australia, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or in Europe, you should start preparing for your IELTS. Study Abroad and IELTS are essential requirement towards your admission into these universities
IELTS is an English language exam which tests your skills on various aspects of the language. If you are aware and able to spend time in building a structured IELTS learning schedule, you can start your preparation on your own. Srishti provides lot of free resources - some samples
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IELTS preparation is often tedious and tricky and it is strongly recommended to start your preparation with Srishti. Srishti provides highly qualified and well trained trainers and mentors to provide individual one-to-one focus for a complete IELTS Test preparation.
Also, Srishti provides the largest IELTS platform for you to enable monitoring your progress, improvements on every aspect of IELTS test that you are assured of success in your IELTS test.
Remember, IELTS test is expensive and you should target to succeed in your exam in your first attempt to optimise your study expenses
Most of the universities in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK, Ireland has two intakes in a year - September and January
Often, September intakes are larger and January intakes are lesser. Targeting September intake is preferred to improve your chances of securing admission in your desired university. At the same time, final exams for most of Indian academic institutions ends in May/ June. Students targeting September intake provides a continuity for courses that are specialisation on the area of study of the basic graduation.
With academic exams in June and undeterred attention would be secure high in the academic qualification, it will be stress-free to start your IELTS course with Engramm in March and/or April
Yes. Engramm IELTS course is designed to provide individual attention for every student and you can start the course any time.
As a healthy practice and recommendation, students should target for a minimum of 30 - 45 days of IELTS Preparation to be fully ready for your IELTS Test.
Engramm also provides free guidance on your exam readiness basis which you can book your IELTS test slot
While few German universities do not mandate IELTS test, provided you are able to submit declaration on your medium of studies was English many German universities mandate IELTS test scores.
Definitely. All the universities in the USA would require you to showcase your English language skills. Some universities adopts TOEFL as the English language skill qualification, most universities in the USA mandates and accepts IELTS
While different universities have different IELTS score requirements for admissions, you will be eligible to apply for all universities in the USA, Canada, Australia, UK, Ireland, New Zealand, Germany, France, Spain with a 6.5 score in your IELTS.
Over 90% of the universities accepts a overall band of 6.5, you will be eligible to 100% of universities with IELTS scores of L(istening): 6.5+, R(eading): 6.5+, W(riting): 6.5+ and S(peaking) 6.5+
While IELTS is one of the requirement, the other skill qualification documents that needs to be submitted varies based on the university and the area of study. For example: A postgraduate Engineering study in universities may require you to submit your GRE scores apart from IELTS.
A post graduate management study would require you to submit GMAT scores apart from IELTS.
You may be asked to provide some supporting documentation as part of your application. Once again, requirements vary depending on the country and university, but international students are often asked to provide the following:
- Passport photos for identification
- A statement of purpose
- Academic references/ letters of recommendation
- Certificate and transcripts of your secondary education
- Proof of English-language proficiency (e.g. a TOEFL/IELTS certificate, for schools in English-speaking countries), or other language test
- Admissions test results (e.g. GMAT/GRE results, for graduate programs)
This depends on the country you wish to study in, and the language your course will be taught in. If you’re not a native English speaker but wish to study a course taught in English, you will have to prove you can speak the language to a fairly high level, by providing English-language test results. This is to ensure you will be able to follow your course without any comprehension problems.
English is also used as a language of instruction in a number of other countries worldwide, particularly for graduate programs and business degrees. English-taught courses will be advertised on the university’s website and can sometimes be searched for using a centralized database run by a national agency.
Common tests accepted as proof of English proficiency are the TOEFL and IELTS. If you need to prove your proficiency in a language other than English, there are also similar tests in other languages, such as the DELF/DALF and TCF-DAP (French) or the DSF and TestDaF (German).
Before taking a language test, make sure you confirm which results are accepted by your chosen school to make sure you don’t waste money on the wrong test.
As a prospective international student, it is highly unlikely for universities to expect you to attend an admissions interview in person, although this is not unheard of – especially for the most competitive programs.
Some universities hold international interviews in various locations around the world, so you may be expected to attend one of these. There is also a growing trend of using video interviewing. This is like any other interview, with a prearranged time and date, but will take place online, via an application such as Skype, Zoom, Google-Meet.
Congratulations, you’re in! Now all that’s left to do is to prepare for your studies, pack up your life into a single (large) suitcase, get your travel documents in order, apply for your student visa, research your accommodation options, and look for funding… don’t panic, it’ll all be worth it!
In fact, as soon as you gain acceptance from a university, the first thing you should start to consider is your travel documentation. Ensure you have a valid passport and travel insurance, as well as a student visa if you need one. Make sure you have sufficient time to get your visa approved so that you will be able to travel legally.
For more information on what documentation you’ll need to travel, you should visit the government website of your chosen country to find information for travellers, visitors and international students. All the travel information you need should be listed on these official sites.
Alternatively, you can ask your university for guidance. Often, admissions departments will help you to prepare for your travels, and, in some countries, they even apply for the student visa on your behalf. Make sure you check with your university, however – don’t assume someone else is going to sort everything out.
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