The first to remember is that study abroad is not cheap (even if you have some kind or scholarship and financial aid). In fact, studying in universities in your home country is also not cheap. Some countries and universities are way cheaper than others who have similar academic standards and ranking as them. Remembering these will keep you sober and help make the right decisions and calculations as you prepare to study abroad.
STEP 1: Be true to yourself. Estimate the tuition fees you can afford to pay without the scholarships, grant and financial aid per semester.
STEP 2: Now determine how much you can pay with the assistance of various percentages of scholarships and financial aids.
STEP 3: It’s time to budget how much you can afford for accommodation and living expenses (with and without scholarships or financial aids). Remember to consider the figures you already got from step 1 and 2. The addition of the amount you got from step 1 to step 3 will the main total you can afford to spend to study abroad (with and without scholarship).
STEP 4: With the figures you got above for tuition and accommodation, search our list of universities and country to find the ones that fit your budgets the most. Review their requirements and deadlines, then start your application to the ones of your choice.
STEP 5: Now you know what you want, make your university application on UniOneApp application portal. You can also speak to an admission counselor on the portal if you need any help in applying for and processing your admission.