Frequently Asked Questions
The top two countries that dominate in studying economics are the United States and the United Kingdom. Other countries renowned for studying economics are Australia, Switzerland, Canada, Germany, etc.
International students should choose a university depends on a variety of qualitative factors. You should check the percentage of international students enrolled with the university, their services, internship availability, modules of the selected programs, extra-curricular activities, facilities, alumni, etc. Also take into consideration the aspects such as ranking of the university, faculty expertise, openness to host-country to international students, etc.
Depending upon university the requirement varies. Generally, for studying economic abroad, you should have completed any bachelor’s degree from a relevant university and language proficiency test, IELTS, PTE, or TOEFL. Also, some countries prefer to sit for the entrance exam for admission.
The duration of your course depends on the level of study and the university you've enrolled in. The undergraduate economics courses will take up to four years to complete and post-graduate courses will take around one to three years to complete. This includes the internship programs.
Most of the foreign universities provide scholarships, fellowships, and grants to eligible international students.