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Where and what to study?

As an international student, it is important for you to choose a suitable program to achieve a desired outcome and pursue your career dream.

1. Future Career/Majors

Asking yourself a few questions beforehand may guide you to make a right decision. For example,

What area and industry do you intend to work after graduation? What major are you interested in (such as Business, Engineering or Medical...etc.)? What are your strengths? What are your weaknesses?

2. Education Background and entry requirements

After finding out your interested area, you may proceed to consider the entry requirements of the desired program according to your education background and level.  City Smart consultants are ready to suggest adequate pathways to meet students’ needs based on individual circumstances.

3. Ranking of institutions and the quality of teaching teams

The ranking of schools and the qualification of teachers determine the level and quality of programs. You can find out the ranking of institutes in relevant websites.

4. Recognition and approval from the state/territory authority

All education or training providers who offer programs to overseas students are required to comply with the federal legislative requirements for registration.

5. Seeking advice from others

Apart from your own opinions, you may obtain some helpful suggestions from professionals, your family members and friends. So talk to them!

City Smart Group invites institution representatives to have seminars or interview sessions in our regional offices.  You are able to collect the accurate and latest information of courses as well as their practical advice. You can also approach your friends or relatives who have studied or are studying overseas for valuable opinions and suggestions.

Last Updated on 06 January 2012