Not Sure what to ask a university? Don't waste this opportunity! Below are some things you really should enquire about when deciding where to study abroad.
BUT WHAT SHOULD YOU ASK?
It can be easy to simply ask about the scholarship opportunities they offer. However, institutions receive hundreds of such enquiries. So your message won't stand out. The more unique or personalised your question or enquiry. The more likely it will resonate with the university staff member who reads it; it will be something different from what they see normally. There are a lot of other things you should be asking. Just think of everything that you would want to know about a university you might be studying at (especially one in a completely different from your own).
HERE ARE SOME IDEAS TO GET YOU THINKING ABOUT WHAT YOU MAY ASK.......
“WHERE CAN I LIVE?”
Do you know what accommodation the institution offers? Is this accommodation on or off-campus? How expensive is this accommodation and what's includes? Are you guaranteed a place in on-campus accommodation in your first year? What support is there to find accommodation off-campus?
“HOW IS THE COURSE TAUGHT?”
Is the course taught lectures? Lab work or seminars? How many students are in these classes? What are the structures of a normal lecture/seminar? Will you work independently? Or with one or more students as part of group-work? How many hours can you expect to spend on campus each week? Does this include face-time with your professors in their office hours?
“WHAT WOULD YOU STUDY SPECIFICALLY ON A COURSE?”
Can you get some specific details on the material you'll be studying i.e. Specific authors or cases? How much dept would you go into? Do you get to choose the modules you take? Or is there a core curriculum which is mandatory for everyone?
“WHAT'S THE LOCAL AREA LIKE?”
Why should you study in that region? What are the main attractions? Is there much of a nightlife? How easy is it to get around by public transport? Is it a major student town? Or a mix of ages and backgrounds?
“CAN YOU CONFIRM THE APPLICATION DEADLINES?”
When are these deadlines? Are there different deadlines for students from different countries? What are the deadlines for scholarship applications for these courses? What do you need to provide by this date?
“WHAT'S THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENT BODY LIKE?”
What proportion of students currently enrolled are from overseas? What countries do these students come from? Are there many students from your own country? If so, are there any specific clubs or societies which are tailored to students from here?
“WHAT HAVE PREVIOUS GRADUATES ON THIS COURSE GONE ON TO DO?”
Does the university have any notable alumni in your field? Perhaps someone famous who you look up to? What companies or organisations are these alumni now working for which you might be able to apply to later to? Could you get work experience with one of these companies or alongside one of these individuals? Are there any unusual paths that graduates have gone down which might not be obvious?
“WHAT SHOULD I STUDY IF WANT TO STUDY AT A HIGHER LEVEL LATER?”
If you have aspirations to study at postgraduate level or a further study level, what should you study before that (i.e. at undergraduate level)? What courses does the university offer which you could study which you could study which would allow you to make this progression? Are there pathways or pre-masters courses available?
“HOW CAN THE UNIVERSITY HELP ME FIND EMPLOYMENT AFTER I COMPLETE MY COURSE?”
Does the university have links to local, national or international industries or organisations? Are any of these in the same field as you're studying? Is there a careers department or service on campus? Are there are opportunities to complete work experience or practical work as part of your course?
SO NEXT TIME YOU VISIT EDUCATION FAIRS, YOU KNOW WHAT TO ASK!
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