More and more students are being sent to study abroad by their parents. Most of the time, these students come from African countries. However, there are also scholarship opportunities that help those most in need. In the rest of this article, you will find out all about the departure of students abroad.
Studying abroad: what about?
Studying abroad has its advantages. In addition to studying at the best universities and therefore obtaining international degrees, it also offers a wide openness to the world. As a result, thousands, if not millions of students migrate internationally to study. Usually, it is after obtaining a bachelor's degree that they choose to study abroad. However, everything suggests that Africa does not have benchmark universities capable of training its sons. These migrate to Europe, often to America or Asia to do this training. The consequences of these massive departures are seen when they refuse to return after their studies. They prefer to stay in these host countries despite the living conditions and permanent racism, instead of returning to their country of origin, in order to develop them; which slows the development of Africa.
How to prepare for your trip abroad
In addition to scholarship opportunities offered by institutions, non-governmental organizations or individuals, financing your own studies abroad requires certain parameters to be taken into account. First the tuition fees. They are extremely expensive. Added to this, we must also take into account the accommodation. There are several possibilities. The cheapest is to live without student social housing. Otherwise, it is possible to live in a shared apartment with other students. You also have to count the transport and daily food costs. All these costs are to be considered if you want to study abroad, not to mention the plane ticket which comes in first place. Studying abroad is expensive. The ideal is to stay at home and undertake.