We have scientific method to give you advice for your further study planning to the destination country from home country. We believe that you have your own profile, preference, socio-economic background, experience and objective and our focus will be to give right shape for your reason to study abroad.
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Recruitment, Counseling and Enrolment
Every student is an individual with unique personal aims, motivations, and preferences. However, students can be broadly categorized according to type of student and purpose of study and their categories can help to build student profiles.
Qualifications and Experience
Prospective students can be considered according to their qualifications and experience. These may limit the courses available to them.
The student counsellor must know the equivalence (and recognition) of home and destination country qualifications. Students’ highest recognised level of qualifications can then be used as the base point for selecting courses. That is, the range of available courses includes those where this base point meets minimum entry requirements. If students wish to study a course above this range, then a bridging course is needed to fill the gap between base point and entry requirements. Potential students can be classified according to the type and level of their qualifications, and hence courses available to them.
The socio-economic background of prospective students influences course selection. Put simply, wealthy students can afford high-quality courses at leading education institutions. Less wealthy students may have to compromise on lower-priced courses at less prestigious institutions. Poorer students may need courses which allow them to work part time to help with their expenses. Students from different socio-economic backgrounds may have different preferences regarding the balance between course price and quality.
Prospective students’ social background should be taken into account when recommending destination countries. Some students may want to experience living in a society different from their own. Other students may be at risk of having great difficulty with social differences in areas such as gender roles and relations, interactions with different social ranks, appropriate public behaviour and language, and so on. The student counsellor should be aware of students’ social background, and be able to advise them about social differences which may affect them.
Purpose of Study
Prospective students can also be categorised according to the purpose of their study. This can affect their choices regarding types of course, institutions, and destination countries.
|Purpose of Study||Possible Characteristics|
|Further study||The international study will lead to further study either internationally or at home. For example, a student might enter high school in order to later matriculate into university in the destination country.|
|Career and employment||The international study will enhance the student’s career or employment prospects. Such students tend to place a high priority on courses leading to recognised qualifications.|
|Personal enrichment||The international study is the means by which the student can obtain personal enrichment, either through the course itself and/or through living in the destination country.|