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With all the challenges, rules and costs of making your travel plans, finding a study course or institution are not always available to most people unless you have the money or some skills, then obtaining a visa to travel can be extremely costly.
These international institutions or technical universities offer knowledge and skills which are applicable and adaptable to situations requiring international students.
Today 1 out of every 10 jobs worldwide, comes down to travel and tourism industry according to the World Travel & Tourism Council. The travel industry accounts for 10 percent of global gross domestic product.
Here are Best 10 countries for Adventure with easy pathways to Study Abroad.
Canada It’s one of the friendliest countries on earth ranks among the best Countries in the world for quality life hence attracts lots of people. With a well-developed system in Canada, many would consider spending moving there with top quality education.
International applicants whose primary language is not English, or who attended school in a non-English speaking country, must prove English proficiency.
While many will not think of Canada as beachy for Adventure , it actually has the longest coastline in the world at 202,080 km. Canada has compassionately opened its borders to refugees from war-torn nations.
If you love the idea of enjoying limitless chocolate and wine in a cozy fine country dotted with gorgeous architecture and breathtaking natural beauty, consider France.
The downside of France is that the cost of living is pretty high and for permanent residency, you will need a job to be granted one. You can also start applying for a job from your home.
Top universities in France include HEC Paris is an international business school established in 1881 and located in Jouy-en-Josas, others include University of Grenoble, Sciences Po, Pantheon-Sorbonne University, Université Jean Moulin Lyon and University of Rouen etc.
Once you get a job in France, you only need to hold onto it for few weeks before becoming eligible for a residency permit although that’s not an offer to stay forever just yet, but as long as you hold onto your job, permanent residency will come quicker than expected.
Italy is a gorgeous country that offers plenty of mountain fun in the form of the snow-capped Alps, which actually cover most part of the country. Its location is ideal for exploration of many other European countries, as well.
Many Italian Universities offer cheap tuition for international students. They also have diverse accommodation options at economical rate.
Italy has a moderate cost of living when compared to other places and for permanent residency, you will need a job to be granted one.
Malaysia is undoubtedly one of the cheapest countries to study abroad, particularly in terms of living costs.
Its capital, Kuala Lumpur, came first for affordability in the QS Best Student Cities 2016, and most students will only need about MYR 14,400 (~US$3,550) per year to live comfortably in Malaysia.
In terms of tuition fees, you’ll pay an average of US$4,000 per academic year, but some courses are even cheaper.
If you dream of disappearing off the face of the earth, Brazil might be the place for you. Not many people know anything about it, despite being a cool place occupying half of South America’s land mass.
Brazil is one of the world’s top tourist destinations. It’s a beautiful place with friendly people, vast scenic vistas, and low cost of living.
That’s all it takes to live in Brazil indefinitely, and after three years you can apply for citizenship.
Australia is home to the third-highest number of international students and six Nobel Prize winners were among the faculty and alumni of the Australian National University. The country is currently run by a Nobel laureate, Brian Schmidt, who won the prestigious prize in 2011 in Physics.
Home to more than 24 million people, it is one of the most popular study destinations for international students.
Australian universities have produced lots of Nobel laureates, scholars and famous world leaders whose work has impacted the world. 5 Australian Prime Ministers attended the oldest university in Australia (since 1851), The University of Sydney.
Costa Rica is very attractive to migration-seekers due to its peaceful and easy-going residents. Pacifists will appreciate the fact that it doesn’t even have a national army. But don’t forget the 801 miles of stunning coastline and world-class healthcare, too. Nature lovers will appreciate the 52 species of hummingbirds.
The cost of living in Costa Rica is not too high. Couples will need about $2,500 per month to live comfortably. If you’re looking to retire, Costa Rica has a retiree program that you’ll qualify for if you can show $1,000 per month in income.
Most folks will need a job in order to achieve permanent residency, but if you have skills that Costa Rica needs, things as simple as teaching English or entertaining tourists, the dream could be in reach.
The second-largest country in South America, Argentina boasts stunning natural beauty, with a diverse geography that makes it ideal for students keen on outdoor adventure and exploration.
Argentina is also considered one of the safest countries in the region and is known for its fun-loving culture and passionate national identity.
Panama is an independent nation in Central America with a beachy landscape and a lot of English speakers. (The US dollar is its currency.) Some of the best coffee in the world is grown there. It’s a country that is considered safe and well developed, which also makes it pretty attractive to retirees.
Panama’s retiree visa requires a monthly income of $1,000. If you’re not old enough to retire, a $5,000 deposit in a Panamanian bank gets you in the door for permanent residency. If you happen to hail from one of 50 countries that are friendly to Panama, a few of which are the US, UK, Canada, New Zealand, and Austria, you are eligible for a Friendly Nations visa. However, you will eventually need a job to become a citizen.