What are the safest places to study abroad?

Introduction: why study abroad?

Studying abroad is an option a lot of people look into, especially when looking at higher education. Studying in a different country allows you to choose from the best educational institutions in the world. If you study at one of the top institutions in your chosen field of study and graduate with good grades, you can reasonably expect to shape your career in the way you desire. Today, the world is a global village, so exposure to multiple cultures will go a long way in helping to reach out across cultural boundaries during interactions in both professional and personal life. To help you decide where to study further, we’ve compiled a list of five of the safest places for students.

The safest places to study abroad

  1. The capital of neutral Switzerland, Zurich is a city that has great infrastructure and public transport, and a bonus is that it lies in one of the most picturesque places in the world, on the banks of Lake Zurich. Living costs are high here, though, so make sure you know what that budget needs to be before committing.
  2. Canada is famous for the politeness of its people, and there are other metropolitan cities like Quebec and Montreal that also are great options for aspiring students, but you might need to know French quite well to consider those cities as options. Toronto is a cultural melting pot of cultures, with a significant Asian population, so adjusting to life here will not be as big an effort for a new student. Canada is also one of the few countries which are actively looking for immigrants, which means that the odds of finding a job in Canada after your education is complete is relatively easy.
  3. The capital of Denmark is one of the most liveable cities in the world, and prides itself on having more bicycles than cars, which should give you an idea of how much emphasis the Danes put on quality of life. The locals are friendly, and crime is low– all great signs for a new student!
  4. This small island city-nation state might have quite a high population density, but it all works like clockwork because of the government’s emphasis on developing the nation along with its people. It has extremely low unemployment, and the standard of living is high. The cost of living might be a slight deterrent, but there are no doubts about the quality of education you will receive in Singapore – its educational institutions, like the National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University, regularly rank among the top universities in the world.
  5. Australia has the third-highest population of foreign students in the world, and with good reason. It has a robust healthcare system, and crime is low. The city of Melbourne embodies the spirit of Australia, with its laid-back attitude and attention to quality of life. Students will also find that Melbourne offers a lot of cultural activities, and places to visit in and around the city.

There is an easy way to finance studying abroad!

Get a personal loan for education from a reputed financer. Personal loans do not need security, collateral, or guarantors, and approval and disbursal of a personal loan is swift and easy – all you need to do is scan and upload the required documents, like photo ID (driver’s license, aadhaar card), address proof (passport, ration card, electricity bill), your last three salary slips, the bank statements for the last three months, and proof that you have been employed at the same workplace for at least one year.

Personal loans can be availed up to INR 25 lakhs, which in most cases will be more than enough for you to finance a course abroad. Personal loans Interest rates start at a low 10.99 per cent, and loan tenures can be a maximum of 6 years, which means easy EMIs to pay back. Opt for Flexi EMI Plan that will help you increase the amount of your EMI payments once your course is over, and you find your dream job as well. There are simple-to-use tools available on the Internet, like the personal loan EMI calculator that will help you plan your repayments better.

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