• Is it possible one without any degree (other than high school) be accepted as a programmer abroad?

    Best answer: Extremely unlikely.
    Best answer: Extremely unlikely.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it difficult for Indians to find jobs abroad? even though they have studied there?

    Best answer: Student visas are temporary NON-immigration visas issued on the condition that foreign students return to their country of citizenship immediately upon completion or termination of full-time studies. When applying for their student visa, they must prove they have sufficient funds for all school + living expenses... show more
    Best answer: Student visas are temporary NON-immigration visas issued on the condition that foreign students return to their country of citizenship immediately upon completion or termination of full-time studies. When applying for their student visa, they must prove they have sufficient funds for all school + living expenses PLUS return transportation to their country of citizenship. Without working!

    Intent to remain beyond the time-purpose of any visa, e.g. student, is visa FRAUD, grounds for visa denial, or revocation with deportation/mandatory departure, and permanent bar to entry. More & more student visa applicants are being denied on the grounds of visa fraud. And Indians are among the worst perpetrators of such fraud. So applicants are being denied student visas by the thousands and tens of thousands. You MUST plan to pursue your career in your own country.

    Millions of Indians are trying to get jobs abroad. Frankly, there's a worldwide labor glut of a billion adults already, with another billion on track to enter the world's workforces within the decade. India is the largest single perpetrator of the massive glut. Thus, employment visa requirements are being more & more stringent as fewer occupations are in short supply. Even if you fully qualify for a temporary employment visa somewhere, you can expect stiff competition - it is not unusual to have 100-1000 applicants for one job which offers prospects of a temporary employment visa.
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • If i decide to study in France as an exchange student, do i have to speak french fluently?

    will the classes be in english or french..
    will the classes be in english or french..
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • How can I go to abroad country without money from India.?

    From childhood I always want to go abroad but never able to do because lack of money.Please give me some practical answer.
    From childhood I always want to go abroad but never able to do because lack of money.Please give me some practical answer.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are there any countries abroad India that have universities with 3 year undergraduate degree ?

    Best answer: You can get a degree in 5 minutes if you know the right person (what's the hurry? real education takes time).

    But yeah, there are 3 year Bachelor degree programs here in Canada, and probably the US too.
    Best answer: You can get a degree in 5 minutes if you know the right person (what's the hurry? real education takes time).

    But yeah, there are 3 year Bachelor degree programs here in Canada, and probably the US too.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • So, I want to become a foreign exchange student to Germany. how do I do it?

    I live in the us, and I have no knowledge of the german language. I understand that for most programs I would need to know It, but I have found a family who I trust. I am in tenth grade, and I wish to go next year. I get that I might not be able to use a program like International Experience to do it, so could I... show more
    I live in the us, and I have no knowledge of the german language. I understand that for most programs I would need to know It, but I have found a family who I trust. I am in tenth grade, and I wish to go next year. I get that I might not be able to use a program like International Experience to do it, so could I just get a ten month European visa, and buy a plane ticket? and if I absoultly need a program, which should I go with. I do not know german, but most people in germany speak English.
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Should I Go to a Local University (Top 200 Ranking Internationally), However I am depressed here, or, Go study Abroad?

    Some context; I'm living in Ireland, and In a year I'll be finishing my final state exams, Which afterwards, I'll have to decide what I want to study. My problem is that, I feel very depressed living here, The weather is much poorer, and the people my age don't seem to have the same interests as me,... show more
    Some context; I'm living in Ireland, and In a year I'll be finishing my final state exams, Which afterwards, I'll have to decide what I want to study. My problem is that, I feel very depressed living here, The weather is much poorer, and the people my age don't seem to have the same interests as me, I don't have that many activities here but I try to keep myself occupied, yet, I still feel very much alone, and constantly sad. I want to study abroad, I have met people online and I've talked to them for roughly 4 years, I feel envious of what they do, and they ask me to visit. In Ireland, I'm really depressed, sometimes I feel like I have no energy to even get up in the mornings or talk to people or even feel like eating. I even stop doing my hobbies because I completely lose motivation. I really don't want to spend another 4-5 years in this country, I see why many people will be attracted here, but I'm just not happy, and I haven't been happy here for 4 years of my life already. My Issue; The Issue I'm having is that my local university is top 200 in the world, and my parents really want me to go there, However, I have met some people that seem to be interested in the same hobbies as I do, going to the beach, dining, going around the shops, hanging out, and I really want to study in Portugal, I've wanted to for a very long time now, But my parents disagree.. I want try things that may make me happy, but my parents want me to stay, What do I do? and what are your opinions?
    11 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Is it wise for an Indian graduate to study English in Poland without knowing Polish?

    Best answer: No. You really will need to have some Polish fluency to stay in Poland for any length of time, such as temporarily residing while going to school. You will need to deal with landlords to get an apartment, shopkeepers to buy groceries & supplies, get around on buses, etc. So you must have some Polish. The... show more
    Best answer: No. You really will need to have some Polish fluency to stay in Poland for any length of time, such as temporarily residing while going to school. You will need to deal with landlords to get an apartment, shopkeepers to buy groceries & supplies, get around on buses, etc. So you must have some Polish.

    The biggest concern here is that you would choose to study any English specialization outside an English-speaking country. First, philology is pretty obsolete, and has been for several decades. Linguistics is a different matter from philology. But if you intend to study English, English Literature, etc, you really must study in an English-speaking country. And all of them are expensive. US & Australia are, of course, the most expensive countries in the world for university & graduate education. But neither Canada nor UK are very cheap.

    You do not appear to have carefully thought through your intended educational path. Your poor planning, in fact, appears to indicate your motives for studying abroad are not focused on your education at all, but on some other objective. What are you really trying to do here?
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Advice on moving from the UK to study in USA.?

    Best answer: Thinking and researching before taking action is always prudent decision shelldreamsoverseas consultancy will give you best advice.
    Best answer: Thinking and researching before taking action is always prudent decision shelldreamsoverseas consultancy will give you best advice.
    8 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Hello, i have new job but i have some document issues i need your help, please?

    i got hired at a very good company, they wanted someone with degree or at least studying, i am a student , i study at university but, at the moment i dont have a money to pay, thats why i want this job to pay my study, 1 week after they hired me, they asked me a document wich proofs that i am a student, i went to... show more
    i got hired at a very good company, they wanted someone with degree or at least studying, i am a student , i study at university but, at the moment i dont have a money to pay, thats why i want this job to pay my study, 1 week after they hired me, they asked me a document wich proofs that i am a student, i went to university and as i expected, they didnt gave me anything, i cant continiue my study for 3 month , i want to styudy from second semester what to do please , i am ashamed, i feel like i lie to them
    4 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Would post offices be open on Sundays on the European continent, in say Hungary for example?

    Best answer: From what I have seen in Europe everything closes on a Sunday. I very much doubt that a sorting office will be open., or any post boxes emptied.
    Best answer: From what I have seen in Europe everything closes on a Sunday. I very much doubt that a sorting office will be open., or any post boxes emptied.
    4 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Best Law Bachelor Programs in the Netherlands?

    Hey, I just need a few recommendations where to start looking. I'd like to study in the Netherlands. Can someone give me tips which universities they have hear of that offer English Law Bachelors ?
    Hey, I just need a few recommendations where to start looking. I'd like to study in the Netherlands. Can someone give me tips which universities they have hear of that offer English Law Bachelors ?
    4 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • How can I become a super smart, study hard, organized student?

    Best answer: The "super smart" part comes largely from your inherited intelligence. Some people are simply born smarter than others. You can, of course, improve by working at it. Set up study space with all your "tools" - computer, printer, dictionary & other reference materials, space for textbooks,... show more
    Best answer: The "super smart" part comes largely from your inherited intelligence. Some people are simply born smarter than others. You can, of course, improve by working at it.

    Set up study space with all your "tools" - computer, printer, dictionary & other reference materials, space for textbooks, supplies like pens & pencils & highlighters, etc. Make time to study. Learn study strategies to find which work best for you.

    You have to work for what you want. It's that simple.
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Should I accept the scholarship or Not ?

    Hi all, my name is Saif an Egyptian student living in Egypt. I am currently studying in Cairo University - Facility of agriculture biotechnology English program. I have just finished my first year. Anyhow i applied a while ago for a Turkish scholarship in the same field and I have been awarded with acceptance... show more
    Hi all, my name is Saif an Egyptian student living in Egypt. I am currently studying in Cairo University - Facility of agriculture biotechnology English program. I have just finished my first year. Anyhow i applied a while ago for a Turkish scholarship in the same field and I have been awarded with acceptance into this fully funded scholarship. The university that I got accepted into is Ondokuz Mayis in Samsun, here is the thing, Yes it has always been my dream to study abroad but the University Ondokuz is Lowly ranked on world wide universities compared to Cairo Univ(800+ Place vs 1000+Place on many ranking websites), also it has way Less publications than Cairo (32000 vs 1000) and also the study language is Turkish while in Cairo biotechnology program I study in English, which I consider a benefit of course, Last but not least I will have to study a full year the Turkish language then start the 4 years all over again (Since the agriculture biotech is 4 years), while here I have already finished my first year. So what you all think, turkey is beautiful, strong and rapidly growing country on all standards but the university I got accepted in is just too weak as I believe compared to Cairo and I want a decent future and more opportunities not just to enjoy 5 years of independent life away from my family. So what do you all think I should do ? Accept the Scholarship or Refuse ? (Side note that I want to continue academically in Britain or Germany as my dream.)
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • Do you know a person or organization that will help me pay for standardized testing?

    Best answer: You need to see what's offered in your country - wherever that is. Ask your school what options they're aware of.

    If you do get a scholarship - have you figured out how you're planning to cover the remaining costs? Visas, flights, rent...
    Best answer: You need to see what's offered in your country - wherever that is. Ask your school what options they're aware of.

    If you do get a scholarship - have you figured out how you're planning to cover the remaining costs? Visas, flights, rent...
    5 answers · 2 months ago