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Today, we're delving into the top 5 countries where you can pursue your education and potentially secure permanent residency. Stick with us until the end of the video.
Let's kick things off with our #5 spot — the United States. Now, the US is a fantastic destination, especially for STEM enthusiasts. However, when it comes to obtaining permanent residency, it's a bit of a challenge. Green cards are not handed out easily, and even the H1-B work visa has limitations. The silver lining? STEM courses can pave the way for a work permit. Remember that PR opportunities outside of STEM fields are relatively scarce.
Next up at #4 is the United Kingdom. The UK offers a compelling option with a 20-hour work permit, making it an attractive choice for those lacking an IELTS score but holding a solid 60% in English. Affordable tuition fees and the option of a placement year sweeten the deal. Imagine working 20 hours a week during your studies and doubling that during holidays. The conditions here align with those in our other featured countries.
Now, onto #3 — New Zealand. This beautiful country provides both 1+1 and 1+3 work permits, though PR may be a bit more difficult. The good news is that your educational investment can be recuperated, and with 4 to 5 years of international exposure, returning to India can open up exciting opportunities.
Securing the #2 spot is Australia. Many are flocking to the Land Down Under for good reason. With a 2+2 system, you get a two-year work permit after completing a two-year master's degree. PR opportunities are also on the table, particularly in certain courses where a 60-65 point threshold is the golden ticket. Need more information? Feel free to reach out to us via email or our toll-free number for personalised guidance on PR points and visa options based on your profile.
Drumroll, please! The top spot, our #1 choice, is none other than Canada. Canada is a land of immense opportunities for those looking to settle abroad. Offering 1+1 and 2+3 options, a one-year course can get you a one-year work permit, while a two-year course opens doors to a three-year permit. If Canada is on your radar, consider applying in the SDS category for the highest visa chances. Aim for a minimum of 6 bands for SDS, and you're on the right track.
To sum it up, these are the top 5 English-speaking destinations if you dream of studying abroad and laying down roots in a new country. Each offers its unique advantages, so choose the one that aligns best with your aspirations. Ready to embark on this exciting journey? Meridean Overseas is here to guide you every step of the way.
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