Monthly Archive August 2013


Swinburne University of Technology

Edith Cowan University

La Trobe University, Melbourne Campus

La Trobe University, Sydney Campus

Charles Darwin University – Melbourne Campus

Federation University – Sydney, Adelaide & Melbourne

James Cook University – Brisbane

James Cook University – Townsville & Cairns

Southern Cross University – All Campus

Bond University

University of Newcastle

Charles Sturt University – Main Campus

University of Tasmania

Victoria University – Melbourne & Sydney Campus

Western Sydney University- All Campus

Murdoch University

University of Southern Queensland, Sydney Campus

University of Canberra


SP Jain Australia Campus

International College of Management Sydney

Australian College of Applied Psychology

University of Canberra College

Taylors College to Uni of Sydney

Australian College of Physical Education

ANU college

Flinders University – Only UG Diploma

Martin College

Australian College of the Arts

Macleay College

Le Cordon Bleu

University of Sydney – Only UFP

University of Western Australia – Only UFP

Australian National University College – Only UG Diploma

Curtin College

Deakin College

Eynesbury-Univ of adelaide

Edith Cowan College

Griffith College

NewCastle International College

South Australian Institute of Business and Technology


Kaplan International College

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Lambton College

Cambrian College of Applied Arts & Tech

Algonquin College

Thompson Rivers University

Toronto Film School

Vancouver Film School

St.Lawrence College

Western University

Cape Breton University

Seneca College

Canadore College (North Bay Campus)

Conestoga College

University of Regina

College of the Rockies

Canadore College (Scarborough & Mississauga Campus)

Lakehead University

Niagara College

Mount Saint Vincent University

University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC)

Durham College

LaSalle College, Montreal

Fanshawe College

St.Clair College

Yorkville University

Northern lights College

University of Canada West

George Brown College

Royal Roads University

Nipissing University

International College of Manitoba (ICM)

Selkirk College

Fraser International College (FIC)

Lakeland College

Youkon College

Coast Mountain College (North West Community College)

Vancouver Community College

North Island College

Columbia College

Algoma University

Brescia University College

Camosun College

Sheridan College

Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Capilano University

Parkland College

College of New Caledonia

Colleges in Singapore

Singapore Colleges
Anglo Chinese International School
Auston Institute of Management & Technology
AEC College
Curtin Singapore
EASB Institute of Management
German Institute of Science & Technology – TUM Asia
Informatics Group (Singapore) Pte Ltd
JCU Singapore Pte Ltd
Kalpan Higher Education Academy
La Salle College
Mgmt Devpt Inst Singapore (MDIS)
Nanyang Polytechnic
New York University Tisch School of the Arts Asia
Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Nanyang Technological University
National University Of Singapore
PSB Academy
Republic Polytechnic
Raffles Design Institutes & Hartford Institutes
School D’ Hospitality
Singapore Institute of Management
Singapore Institute of Commerce
Singapore Polytechnic
Stansfield College
Singapore Management University
Temasek Polytechnic
TMC Educational Group
Tourism Management Institute of Singapore (TMIS)
Tyndale Institute Pvt. Ltd.
United World School Of Business
University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV)

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University of North Texas (CEG)

Adelphi University

American University

American Access

American Collegiate

Auburn University

Auburn University at Montgomery

Florida International University

Louisiana State University

Mercer University

University of Massachusetts Boston

University of Kansas

University of Central Florida

University of Illinois at Chicago

University of South Carolina

University of Utah

University of Dayton

University of Mississipi

University of Pacific

Abilene Christian University

California State University, Monterey Bay – CEG

Rhode Island University – CEG

Delaware County Community College

University of South Florida INTO

Colorado State University INTO

Marshall University INTO

University of Alabama at Birmingham INTO

Oregon State University INTO

George Mason University INTO

Drew University INTO

St. Louis University INTO

Claremont Graduate University, California

University of St. Thomas, Minnesota

IONA College, New York

Brandeis IBS

Boston University CEG

Youngstown State University

Long Island University, Brooklyn – Study Group

Lipscomb University – Study Group

Roosevelt University – Study Group

Baylor University (Only UG)

Widener University – Study Group

Merrimack College – Study Group

Taxex A &M University Corpus Christi – Study Group

University of West Virginia – Study Group

James Madison University – Study Group

University of Western Washington – Study Group

Lynn University – Study Group

The City College of New York – Study Group

Oglethorpe University – Study Group

New Jersy Institute of Technology

University of Nabraka Lincoln (Onlu UG)


Concordia University, Chicago

Montana State University Billings

University of Hartford

Lincoln University , California

NJIT(New Jersey Institute of Technology)

UMBC(University of Maryland, Baltimore County)

UNL (University of Nebraska, Lincoln)

SUNY – Fredonia

Arkansas University

DePaul University

Duquesne University

Northern Arizona University

University of California, Riverside Extension

West Hills Coalinga

Tiffin University

Saint Leo University

Illinois State University  – INTO

Portland State University  – Maseeh College of Engineering & Computer Science

Hult Business School Boston and San Francisco Campus

Jacksonville State University

University of Potomac

Devry University

Northwood University

State University New York –  CEG

Finlandia University

University of Redlands

La Sierra University

University of Idaho

Fox Valley Technical College

Everett Community College

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Edinburgh Napier University

University of Bedfordshire

De Montfort University

University of Northampton

University of Greenwich

University of Central Lancashire

University of East London

University of Hertfordshire

University of Teesside

London South Bank University

Anglia Ruskin University

Leeds Beckett University, Leeds

Birmingham City University

Middlesex University, London

University of Portsmouth

University of Derby

St. Mary University, London


University of Dundee

Glasgow Caledonian University

Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield

Plymouth University

University of Northumbria, New Castle & London Campus

BPP University

University of Sunderland

Navitas Group


University College Birmingham

University of Worcester

Bath Spa University

University of West London

Oxford Brookes University

University of Ulster, London & Birmingham

Swansea University

Roehampton University, London

Cardiff Metropolitan University

London Metropolitan University

York St John University

Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen

Queens University Belfast

University of Westminster, London

University of Wales Bangor

University of Salford

University of West of England

Nottingham Trent University

Coventry University


Abertay University, Dundee

University of Creative Arts

Richmond University, London

Southampton Solent University

Aberystwyth University

Canterbury Christchurch University

University of Bolton

University of South Wales

University of Wolverhampton

Hult Business School (London)

Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh

Study Group

University of Ulster Main Campus

University of Sussex

University of East Anglia

University of Liverpool

City University London

University of Leeds

Queen Mary University, London

University of Bradford

University of Leicester

Royal Holloway, University of London

Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne

University of Aberdeen

Manchester Metropolitan University

University of Sheffield

University of Strathclyde

Kingston University

University of Essex

University of Stirling

University of West of Scotland

Kings College London

Regents University London

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Entrance Exams for Abroad Education

Test of English as a Foreign Language. The TOEFL is an important test to be taken by students to take admission in reputed colleges of the USA


SAT is way to get admission in colleges in America. SAT is conducted by the College Board, which is a non profit organization and committed to the principles of excellence and equity


International English Language Testing System  is jointly owned by British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL) through more than 800 test centers and locations in over 130 countries. IELTS is the worlds proven test.


The GRE is a standardiased Examination conducted by the Educational Testing Services (ETS), United States of America. It tests such abilities of the candidates as may be deemed as essential to have by almost any and every University abroad.


Graduate Management Aptitude Test (GMAT 2012) is the standardized test required for doing MBA or PhD in Business Management or any other graduate management programmes from a business school in US, Europe and Canada.

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Scholarship for Abroad Education

A scholarship is an award of access to a student to further education. Study Abroad Scholarships are awarded on various criteria usually reflecting the values and purposes of the donor or founder of the award.
Scholarships are very popular among the students who are looking to study abroad. These students are basically known as International students. International student scholarships are very competitive to secure. The competition is very much and the students who are not able to get the scholarship rely exclusively on themselves and their relatives for funding and education loan.
There are reasonable numbers of scholarships for Post Graduate and PhD courses in United States of America for International Student. But for Undergraduate courses there are only limited scholarships available.

The popular Undergraduate scholarships for Indian Students are:

1. LearnHub Dream Study Abroad Scholarship:

Who can apply for this scholarship?

The LearnHub Scholarship is actually a bursary. You can use it to buy books, pay for some fees or maybe get some cool equipment like a groovy microscope or that electric guitar. It’s a one time grant of USD 2000 for a student who applies to a university via LearnHub and makes it across! You get the amount once you join the college and complete 1 semester over there. In case you win the scholarship but don’t join the college/university, don’t worry – you will still win goodies.

What is the eligibility for this scholarship?

To apply for this scholarship, you should be an Indian Citizen and you have applied and secured admission in Study Abroad Universities listed and also completed 1st semester over there

What is the application procedure of this application?

The application procedure for learnhub dream study abroad scholarship is very simple. For that you just have to Click Here and follow the instructions.

2.Fulbright Fellowships for Indian Citizens:

Who can apply for this scholarship?

Fulbright Fellowship is awarded to Indian Nationals who can contribute to a full and fair picture of the culture and civilization of India, and thereby help to promote understanding and friendship between the peoples of the United States of America and India.

What is the eligibility for this scholarship?

A student needs to have high level of academic/professional achievement & demonstrate proficiency in the English language to undertake the proposed project/program and adjust to life in the U.S.

What is the application procedure of this application?

One can obtain Application material from a USIEF office. Please enclose a self-addressed stamped (Rs. 25.00) 10? × 7? envelope along with the application to the USIEF office in your region. You must state your academic/professional qualifications, date of birth, present position, and fellowship category in your request letter. Only fully completed applications (including enclosures, if any) must be submitted through the appropriate administrative authority (Vice-Chancellor/Registrar/Director/Principal), if applicable, to the USIEF office within your region
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3.Ambassadorial Scholarships by The Rotary Foundation:

Who can apply for this scholarship?

This is one of the world’s largest privately funded international scholarships program. Formed in 1947, The Rotary foundation has encouraged 38,000 men and women from almost 100 countries of the world. The purpose of the Ambassadorial Scholarships program is to further international understanding and friendly relations among people of different countries and geographical areas. The program sponsors several types of scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students as well as for qualified professionals pursuing vocational studies

What is the application procedure of this application?

Interested applicants must apply for Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholarships through their local Rotary club. Because timelines vary, only your local club can provide specific information about application deadlines. For 2010-11 awards, club deadlines may be as early as 1 March 2009 or as late as 15 August 2009. For more information on application procedure , visit the following link:
For more information on Ambassadorial Scholarships please log on But even if you do not get scholarship do not loose hope. You can apply for student loan. Maximum International students in US study on Student loan. The link below can help you in solving your queries on Student loan.

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Education in AUSTRALIA

Even though Australia was a British colony, it dominantly differs from United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in terms of education and course of study.The first and Gymnasium system in Australia is required for all youngsters aged between half-dozen and fifteen years older.The scholars ought to take AN examination, so as to continue with any studies, particularly university education.

Professional and technical education is obtainable by Tertiary and any Education (TAFE), and Universities. TAFE offers courses that finally cause trade certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas and many degree courses. The courses offered area unit varied, and canopy vocations like table jobs, IT-related jobs, and jobs specific to cordial reception business, and industry.

Universities supply collegian and postgraduate courses, that area unit followed by pH scale.D. distinctive feature concerning Australian education is that, locals relish free instructional edges, however the international students got to pay the determined fees.

Australia Became favorite for  international students seeking to pursue management studies. In Australia there area unit 2 personal universities and thirty seven public universities that provide collegian and postgraduate courses.

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The British educational system has a good reputation. Accredited qualifications obtained from British schools and universities are recognized in most parts of the world. There are courses in a wide variety of subjects, including many of which are open to international students. Language teaching methods in the UK are well developed.


The UK is the place where the English language developed. There are more people using English as their first language in the UK.


If you are given a student visa when you enter the UK, you are allowed to work part-time. The cost of living in the UK (for example, accommodation and food) is quite high, so many students want to find part-time or holiday jobs so that they can afford to stay longer. Employment opportunities exist: unemployment is quite low in many parts of the UK, and there are shortages in certain professions such as nurses and teachers. Voluntary work has a long history in the UK and is usually well-organised.

International Exposure

Universities and colleges in the UK are truly global. To study in the UK is to find oneself in the company of students from all over the globe. It is no exaggeration, if we say that students from almost every nation of the world study in UK universities. This cross-cultural setting at UK universities provides Indian students a wider understanding of academics and its applications.


It is easy to travel to the UK. There are flights to London from most parts of the world. You can travel around the UK by trains and bus, although the services are not very efficient. It is usually not necessary for a student to have a car. The country is quite small, so it is easy to make day-trips or to go on holiday to other parts of Britain. The UK is close to the many different countries of continental Europe.


There is, in fact, a very wide variety of food available (both traditional British food and international cuisine), especially in the bigger cities. There are many fresh ingredients which are delicious when cooked well.


The UK is a relatively safe country. There are pickpockets in busy areas, so hold on to your belongings carefully. There are not many insects, snakes or dangerous animals in the UK. There is very little risk of earthquakes, hurricanes or other natural disasters, although flooding sometimes occurs in low areas.


There are many green areas, including beautiful parks, gardens and public footpaths. There are many coastal areas, but only a few of these have sandy beaches.


The British weather is quite moderate. In general the summers are not too hot, and the winters are not too cold. Days are short in the middle of winter (it gets dark before 4pm in December), and long in the middle of summer (it remains light until after 10pm in June). There is usually more rain in the west of the country, and more sunshine in the south. The weather is pleasant enough for studying or working, especially between the spring and autumn.

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