Many people believe that self-sufficient study abroad only needs money to go. This is somewhat true, but where to go and what to learn, in a few months or years is up to both parents and students’ preparation for studying abroad.
The roadmap to prepare for studying abroad is like a comprehensive training course to conquer a mountain, the more persistent and intensive, the higher the path. If not fully equipped, “athletes” can give up at the foot of the mountain or just climb a short distance to the slopes.
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The market for studying abroad is expanding with many countries, this article only mentions English-speaking countries that are currently chosen by the majority to study abroad destinations such as the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Each country has different educational systems and each school at different levels (high school, college, university, graduate) has different entry requirements for international students.
If you hold an overview of an international study abroad company in your hand, you will find that there are 3 points: academic, English, financial ability, can be called roughly as keys open the door to study abroad.
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This is the most important factor in preparing for studying abroad because with each academic year you cannot do it again.
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Therefore, students need to practice English as soon as possible. If you choose to study abroad at high school, it is ideal to achieve at least 5.0 IELTS from grade 8 and if you choose to study abroad at colleges and universities, you should have at least an IELTS score of 5.5 from grade 11.
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If academic and English are excellent, plus extracurricular achievements, students can look for valuable scholarships to alleviate financial stress.
There are cases where the 3 above “keys” are converging to prepare for studying abroad but still cannot achieve or complete the goal of studying abroad. That is when students are not ready mentally, do not have a sense of independence, or have background problems.
Studying alone in a country that is completely different in language and culture requires students to have the courage to take care of themselves, arrange and complete study plans as well as overcome difficulties. , challenges. Therefore, parents should encourage children to early practice their ability to live independently and be disciplined, to help with housework such as washing dishes, shopping, cooking … Education in developed countries towards inclusiveness, Therefore, children also need to participate in fine arts fields such as playing sports, music, painting … to balance their lives, make friends easily, thereby easily adapt to a new learning environment, and have a life. study abroad happily.