International Students In Europe
Academic Success Tips For International Students In Europe And America/Canada
By Jagdish Khubchandani
I won?™t say that some of the world's best students get an opportunity to study abroad but yes, some of the most fortunate students get this opportunity. These students, despite their strong academic backgrounds face real challenges adapting to the university environment on a foreign soil.
I consider North America, Canada and Europe as the hottest spots for study abroad programs. This assumption is courtesy statistics provided in higher education chronicles. Keeping in mind the revenue generated by American Universities from foreign nationals one can easily understand the reason for America topping the destination chart. One need not be apprehensive about the education system in the aforementioned destinations.
For my first six months in class I didn?™t speak anything and even if the professor was wrong I never raised a question. In my system a teacher is revered no matter what but, professors in America want students to express their own views. They want vigorous discussion, even if it means disagreeing with faculty and classmates. The goal is to foster expertise, originality, and independent assessment. The sooner a student knows that, the better. That was just an example and students may face various challenges and it?™s hard to sum up all situations in an article. Let?™s see how I can help you with the facts which form some of the baseline requirements for succeeding in a foreign university
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