Questions Related to Study Abroad
Why do you think that Overseas universities must allowed to open campuses in India ?
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When an Indian student does the GMAT is it necessary to take the IELTS??
GMAT is required if you need admission in Post graduate level courses related to Management like MBA . And Ielts is a standardized test to judge level of English . As far as Indian students are concerned we have to take IELTS test to prove level of English. Reach me
I need the details of cabin crew and groud handling course and also fee structure course duration.
I would like to know colleges on abroad.
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Which are the top study abroad, overseas foreign education consultants in Mumbai, India?
Hi Deepak, Every consultancy is good and will claim that they are best. They will have good track record of number of students they have assisted. But what you have to look for is a personalized attention and counseling. A consultancy that would understand your interest and guide you accordingly, rather than imposing on you, what they have to offer. You can contact us and we are ready to offer our services. email@example.com
I am a national level tennis player & I also have a ranking in international level. I an from Mumbai. I will complete my HSC in 2010. I want to take up tennis as a career, & I am planning to go to USA, Florida for tennis coaching after 12. Please suggest me a easiest course after 12th as I wish to concentrate completely on tennis & at the same time I need education to to fall back on something.
Waiting for your reply.
Thanks & regards
I am surprised to know your dedication towards the sport. Good.
See there are no easy courses, Wherever you take interest becomes easy. If you are really interested in Tennis or Sports for that matter, You can take up a course in Physical education. By the way in which subject are you doing your HSC.