While Nepal hasn’t shown any major signs of being a primary victim of the on-going pandemic, fortunately, the government has initiated lockdown till April 3rd to prevent virus transmission across the country - The Covid 19 (Coronavirus).
Are you dreaming of choosing a profession to serve people?
Zooming in on a study abroad destination? Fantasizing for years to pursue a professional course overseas?
Quality education is valued and vital for building a successful career in life. One can acquire such valuable education studying in a reputable institution supported by modern facilities. This is the sole reason why students of developing countries are moving out of their countries to study abroad, especially those aiming high in life.
Making the world a healthier place is one of the core values that bring together the public health professionals. If you are an individual dedicated to the thought of helping people who need assistance, but you are not a medical practitioner yet, making a career in public health could be your calling.
Despite having a population of only 23 million, Australia is among the top 3 countries students love to go for further study. World-renowned education standards, unique landscape, wide-open spaces, and personality of the locals are some of the common things that attract students to study there.
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The desire to achieve excellence in educational and professional life seems to be at its all-time high for Nepalese students. At least the recent data from several institutions validate it.
Studying abroad is a decision that needs analysis of several aspects before you finally decide a country, course, and the university. There are several questions that you and your parents need an answer to.
It’s interesting to know that there has been a consistent growth in the number of Nepalese students stepping out of home country to pursue higher education in the countries like Australia, New Zealand, USA, India, Canada, and others.
For the hordes of students aspiring to study abroad, an associate degree from a community college has held the dubious accreditation of “the last resort”.