It is the time of the year when admission offer letters have started pouring in for all those students who have applied to foreign universities for their higher studies. Generally the letter would state whether they are accepted (conditionally/unconditionally) , rejected or deferred. What is a ‘Conditional Offer Letter’?
A child’s early years are thought to be the most formative ones, when their inquisitiveness and curiosity are at its best. The best route to explore and guide them should be by planning their formative years fruitfully by starting as early as grade 6th on wards, which will lead to building their profile in best possible way. It’s very important to understand that any activity which the child will pursue will demand lots of time and planning and so it’s essential to consult an expert for it.
If foreign education is on your mind, then the best time to start planning is as soon as the child begins her/his high school. Even if you are not sure but have a slight inclination towards it, it’s advisable to start early so that you have all the options open.
Students aspiring to go abroad for higher studies for bachelors or masters are very well aware of these two terms, but their biggest dilemma is which test to appear for? So here we have tried to explain the main differences between the two tests, which hopefully will help you to clear most of your doubts.
International Summer school is a known term around the world though a little less known in India. Nevertheless, there is a surge in interest for summer schools here as well. Whether a student is interested in sports or music or academics , a summer school program has so much to offer in all these fields and beyond. It is a unique program which allows them to grow, become independent & self-confident while socializing and making new friends.