Students can save a substantial amount of fee and living expenses that they would ordinarily spend if they were to pursue a course wherein all the years were spent abroad. Kindly refer to the programs to have an approximate idea on the cost saved through these opportunities.
Students can transfer their credits and graduate with an international degree from some of the top global universities. We are now offering the below with some of the leading universities of the world :-
Studying internationally offers a wider variety of courses, some also including research options and skill-based training for students. This helps expand your horizons and opens up a world of new educational opportunities. Not only this, certain programs abroad also allow you to take different courses at the same time. So you can pursue your interest in literature whilst studying mathematics as your major. We have partnered with more than 200 top universities across the world; whatever you are looking for – from a course that is highly ranked for research to a unique study environment – we can help find the best fit for you.
Being a global citizen encourages to companies to pick you for jobs that required experience in handling multicultural environment. This given you a head start in your job applications
Students who study abroad develop a well-informed mindset and wider perspective towards other cultures and people. Whether you’re studying science, politics or finance, being able to think from a multinational perspective will help you face modern challenges and come up with innovative solutions in future. You will graduate with a richer set of experiences that will allow you to think more openly and creatively. As you learn to view the world through different lenses, you’ll also learn new things about your own country and culture.
Refresh them by studying abroad; you might be surprised at how much you remember. Taking extra language classes when you're out there can also be a great way to meet new people. Studying in the country helps you better understand the local language nuances and dialects.
You’ll actually get to experience your place of study in the long term, picking up local knowledge such as where sells the best coffee, what tourist traps to avoid and how to get the most out of your new city.
Your exposure to many different types of people will not only help you to develop your people skills, but it will also give you a more in-depth knowledge of others, particularly those from different cultures.
You may not love every single person you meet, but chances are that you’ll meet at least one lifelong friend (if you’re good at keeping in touch, that is). A shared international study experience is a great way to bond with your fellow students.
Studying and living abroad requires you to be independent, without the safety of your home comforts. Look at this as an exciting new challenge (rather than something terrifying). Moving abroad is the ultimate test in self-reliance. When (or if) you move back, you’ll likely rely on others less and you’ll take more responsibility for yourself.
Speed up the transition from teenager to adult by leaping into the unknown. You’ll have to fend for yourself, buy your own meals and wash your own clothes, but it’ll all be worth it.
Delegates from some of the top global universities visit Amity to address the GSP program students and advise them on the various options available to them.
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