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 'Zim Scholars Trust' welcomes and invites you to study  Abroad! For more than 10 years we’ve been helping international students from around the world to gain prestigious higher Education at  Universities Abroad In exploring this web-site you will open your path to universities abroad and to your successful future, which starts with globally respected and world-renowned higher education. 

 

Why Study Abroad?

 Not that you really need an excuse to fly to a far-off country in order to gain a world-class education as a super-cultured international student, but here’s our list of 25 reasons to study abroad just in case you’re not yet convinced. 

And for those of you who have already studied abroad, let us know in the comments if you can think of any more good reasons to study abroad and whether you agree with the list so far!

1.     It’ll look good on your CV

If you can explore a new country at the same time as picking up the international skills to gain a decent graduate job, then that’s pretty good going.

2.     Brush up on your language skills

Remember the foreign language skills you picked up in school? No, me neither. Refresh them by studying abroad; you might be surprised at how much you remember.

3.     Living in a foreign country is completely different to a holiday

You’ll actually get to experience your place of study in the long term, picking up local knowledge such as where sells the best coffee, what tourist traps to avoid and how to get the most out of your new city.

4.     Meet a diverse range of people

Your exposure to many different types of people will not only help you to develop your people skills, but it will also give you a firmer knowledge of others, both friend and foe.

5.     Make lifelong friends

You may not love every single person you meet, but chances are that you’ll meet at least one lifelong friend (if you’re good at keeping in touch, that is).

6.     Discover new and exciting foods

Get more paella /poutine /pierogi /schnitzel /shawarma /chimichanga /katsudon /bobotie /baklava (delete as appropriate) in your life.

7.     Study and learn differently

Often those studying abroad will experience a completely new way of teaching. This can be daunting, but it will also open your mind to new ways of learning.

8.     Gain independence

It’s not easy being independent – to paraphrase Destiny's Child – but it’s also a heck of a lot better than living with your parents as a 20-something.

9.     Learn self-reliance

Moving abroad is the ultimate test in self-reliance. When (or if) you move back, you’ll likely rely on others less and you’ll take more responsibility for yourself.

10.    You’ll gain a greater knowledge of different cultures

Cultural sensitivity isn’t just a quality which politicians may be accused of lacking; it’s also something you can develop while studying abroad!

11.    See your own culture through a new lens

It’s easy to accept your own culture as absolute, but living in another country can help inform your point of view on your home culture, allowing you to develop your own views rather than simply accepting those defined by where happen to come from.

12.    Learn more about yourself

Throwing yourself into a completely new environment will help you to figure out what you’re good at, as well as what you’re not so good at. These are things that can then be built on during your study abroad experience.

13.    Become an adult

Speed up the transition from teenager to adult by leaping into the unknown.  You’ll have to fend for yourself, buy your own meals and wash your own clothes, but it’ll all be worth it.

14.    Gain life experience

One of the ultimate reasons to study abroad is to gain life experience. You’ll learn how to organize your life and condense it into one suitcase, handle unforeseen situations, be independent and self-sufficient.

15.    Be spontaneous and adventurous

When you’re hundreds of thousands of miles away from home, spontaneity and adventurousness are your best friends. Open your mind up to new experiences and sights and the fun will come your way.

16.    You learn to appreciate the smaller things more 

Studying abroad usually means you have even fewer possessions than the average student, and being that much further from home can really make you miss those familiar comforts you’d taken for granted. Welcome to a new-found appreciation of everything from your parents’ cooking to having more than two pairs of shoes to choose from.

17.    Gain a global mind-set

Whether it’s in work, study or play, you’ll be able to use your new global mind-set to back up arguments, inform your beliefs and steer your future.

18.    Get the perks of international student discounts

Student discounts are always fun but 100 times more so when you’re shopping in a new store with funny-looking money! (Disclaimer: don’t spend it all at once.)

19.    It’s an unforgettable experience

Even if your friends back home get bored of hearing about it (warning: they will), your study abroad experience will stay with you long after it’s over.

20.    You’ll appreciate your home and family more

Any memories of parental arguments or sibling rivalry will pale in comparison to your memories of how amazing they are. (Likewise, they’ll have time to forget about all your less attractive attributes too…) When you get back these relationships will look so much stronger!

21.    International student funding is becoming more common

Studying abroad doesn’t have to leave you penniless, as more and more institutions and governmental bodies are offering dedicated scholarships for international students. 

22.    Take advantage of lower tuition fees

This of course depends on where you study abroad, but if you choose a location in many parts of continental Europe, Asia and Latin America, you’ll find it’s possible to study at a highly reputed university without getting into five-figured debt.

23.    Use your spare time to explore

In between lectures and lab sessions, studying abroad should leave you with plenty of time to explore. Whether you’re one for visiting iconic landmarks, trying new foods or bartering at local markets, there’s always bound to be a better way of spending your time than scrolling through Facebook!

24.    Increase your international job prospects

While you can always go home at the end of your time as an international student, many choose to stay put and apply for a working visa. Even if you return home or decide to seek work elsewhere, the international experience provided by studying abroad is likely to be looked on favorably by employers.

25.    Because “variety is the spice of life”

It might be something your dad says when opting for a different flavor of crisps at the supermarket, but it’s true; change, variety and new experiences are what make life worth living. Mix it up a bit: study abroad!

 

 

About Zim Scholars Trust?

 

STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES

STUDY ABROAD

Zim Scholars Trust specialize in keeping students happy. Educational consultancy plays a vital role in the international student recruitment. Consultant as a face of the university or college is willing to provide students with the most accurate information, fast application process and a positive outcome. Having a rich        experience in servicing education sectors the team of Zim Scholars Trust understands the type of daily problems students face. Functions and features of the Zim Scholars Trust allow saving money, time and efforts usually spent on the processing of student applications.

Zim Scholars Trust is registered and authorized  to enroll students from all over the world to study in Universities abroad.

Zim Scholars Trust  provides comprehensive assistance to all ambitious foreign applicants who aspire to Study abroad.

The Trust has been giving professional educational advisory services to students since 2000 and has successfully registered countless  students to  Universities abroad.

Zim Scholars Trust  is an overseas Education Consultancy providing a vast range of services to its students.

The Trust issue Student Invitation letters from Universities. Furthermore,  it assist  with the admission and enrollment process and provide guidance on career choices. Once the student gain admission to a university, the trust  assist  with  Visa Application process, travel and accomodation arrangements. We also give you a pre-departure brief to prepare you for the university and culture you will embrace. Zim Scholars advise students on educational opportunities available in the top Medical, Engineering, Economic, Computer, Agricultural and Aviation Universities of Canada , USA, Cyprus, Germany, Australia, Norway, Finland, Turkey , United Kingdom, Ukraine, Poland, Georgia, Belarus, and Russia. 

Zim Scholars Trust prides itself as an innovative organization dedicated to raising the quality of education, intellect, and human capital. Its mission is to provide quality and multifaceted consultancy in education and training.

We guarantee that you can organize your future education plans to to study abroad a lot better with our professional assistance.

Zim Scholars, your future begins here

What is the process of studying abroad using Zim Scholars Trust?

First, we match you with the best programs available from top rated university or colleges abroad and do the application process.

After the application, we obtain your acceptance letter from the university or college of your choice.

Once you have the acceptance letter, you can apply for a Visa. We will also help you with your Visa, providing step by step guidance.

We will obtain your acceptance letter and send them to you. After you have received your acceptance letter, we will guide you through the process of applying for your visa and starting your international studies journey abroad.

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You may have heard of this term before if you have ever researched studying abroad and traveling. Culture shock: ‘an experience a person may have when one moves to a cultural environment which is different from one’s own; it is also the personal disorientation a person may feel when experiencing an unfamiliar way of life due to immigration or a visit to a new country, a move between social environments, or simply transition to another type of life.’
Some symptoms of culture shock
Feeling of sadness and loneliness
Lack of confidence
Lack of sleep
Mood changes
Allergies and pains
Feelings of being lost
Feeling uncomfortable and confused
Culture shock sounds like it can be a bit overwhelming. You won’t be the only one who goes through these feelings. Many students feel some symptoms of culture shock while they are studying abroad. But don’t worry below we are going to talk about a few tips that you can use to help you deal with culture shock.
Essentially culture shock is going from a surrounding/culture that you are familiar and comfortable with, to something that is very unfamiliar. Being separated from family and friends can also add to culture shock.
Some other things that add to culture shock can be:
Climate
Language Barriers
Values
Relationships
How to deal with culture shock
First off you need to remind yourself that these feeling that you are experiencing are perfectly normal. Many international students get these feelings. Studying abroad is a new experience!
You will want to make sure that you keep in touch with your family and friends back home. This will help minimize the negative feelings you may be dealing with. You can share your feelings with the people you are most comfortable with.culture shock blog
Someone else that you could talk to would be the staff at your schools the International Students Office (This office may be a different name depending on your school). The staff in this office are there to give you guidance throughout your time studying abroad. Also try to engage with other international students. Remember you aren’t the only one who is going through these feelings. Talking with others will help you feel more comfortable in your new surroundings.
Try to get involved with some activities on or off campus! Try to fill the time when you aren’t in class with some fun activities. Keep your mind off the bad feelings and enjoy your time! There are usually many on campus activities and clubs that you could join. This is also a great way for your to meet new people and get used to your surroundings.
Stressed out about your finances? Don’t know what to do with your spare time? You could get a part time job.
Make sure you stay healthy! Eat properly and make sure you are in good health. Being stressed can make you more susceptible to becoming sick.
Before you land in your country of study it is a good idea to prepare yourself for your new life. Feeling prepared will help decrease your feeling of culture shock.
Don’t let culture shock discourage you! Many students go through some feelings of culture shock. Studying abroad is a great experience. You will get to experience a new culture and meet so many new people. You will adjust to your new surrounding in no time!

Dealing with the Stress

 How to Deal with the Stress of Being an International Student

The stress of day to day activities of a domestic student can be a struggle for some students.  Going to college or university is stressful enough for students, but traveling to and living in a new country can add even more stress for  international students. It can be a very big adjustments moving to a new country. You will be experiencing a new culture and a possibly learning a new language. Many international students have never left home before and we know it can be scary. As an international student you may experience homesickness and struggle with adjusting to your new surroundings. Here are some tips to deal with the stress of your new life abroad.

International Offices:

Most Universities will have an International Student Office on campus. These offices are there to help you and answer any questions you may have about the school, your program or life in a new country. Since you will most likely be arriving in a new country with many questions, the International Offices are a great place to contact first. They will also try to help you feel more comfortable in these new surroundings. The office staff will try to help you have a successful experience in both academic and personal aspects.

Connect with Students:

There may also be student run groups to help international students cope with their new life in abroad. This will give you the chance to meet new people in your school! Also by talking to other students you will be able to cross the language barrier and be more comfortable speaking English around other students. You will also have the chance to meet students who speak your original language and who are going through the same feelings that your are. Meeting students who are going through the same issues will help you feel like you aren’t the only one feeling uncomfortable in a new area.

It’s always good to get to know your classmates. You may end up becoming very good friends with someone who is in your class. There are usually many common areas on campus which are great areas to hang out in to meet new people. Also going to school or community events is another great way to meet people. This is also a good opportunity for you to be involved with the culture of the new country you are now living in. Once you start to talk to other students and attend events, you will start to feel more comfortable in your new surroundings as an international student.

Issues with Academics:

Sometimes no matter how hard you try you may still have difficulties with schools projects and assignments in college or university. Projects involving strong English skills may be a struggle and very stressful for students new to the country. If you are feeling stressed about school work talk to your teachers! Most teachers want to be there to help student be successful in their academic career. It is very common  for students to ask their teacher, as well as other students, for help with their school work. Don’t be afraid to ask for help. If you are having problems or concerns just ask!

Travel Around the City:

Being in an unfamiliar area can be scary. So try to explore the new city you are living in. You may feel more comfortable in the new city once you have explored your surroundings. Many schools are located in beautiful areas. Why not use some of your spare time to explore the city and get to know the area around you. It is a great idea to visit the city’s downtown area. In the downtown areas there are usually many local restaurants and stores for you to go to. You could possibly ask your classmates what their favourite things to do around town are. You will be able to experience a new culture and meet new people.

Financial Problems:

We all know that school is very expensive. Did you know that you can work part time while you are a full time student? You can work up to 20 hours a week on or off campus while you are studying abroad. 

By working part time you will be able to help support yourself while you are studying abroad. Getting some extra money from a part time job will decrease the stress you may have about all those schools fees that you are paying. Also by working you will be able to gain new life skills that you can use in your future careers. You will also meet new people and get to experience a new culture in a hands on environment.

Culture shock is a big contributor to students feeling stressed out. 

Over all becoming an international student can be challenging. But just remember that it will take time for you to adjust. It may take a while for you to feel comfortable in your new life as an international student.

If you haven’t already applied, head over to Zim Scholars Trust to apply to Universities abroad...

 

Requirements for Studying Abroad

 

Zim Scholars is here to make the process of applying to universities abroad easier. In this post you will learn about the requirements and documents you will need to apply for an Undergraduate, Postgraduate, or a Master’s program. There are over 3,000 different programs that you could apply to!

A lot of students ask: “Do I need to finish my current studies to be able to apply?” The answer is NO. For example if you are going to be applying for a Bachelor’s program, you do not need to have finished your high school. You will need to be in your last year of high school to apply. ( i.e. grade 12, in most countries.) As long as you can show that you are going to graduate from your current education before starting your education abroad, you are able to apply right away. If you have finished your current level of education you will have to show your graduation certificate.

Requirements for an undergraduate program:

What is an undergraduate program?

It is a program that will require only high-school education. If you are applying for an undergraduate program you will only need your high school transcript. Your high school transcript is a document that will show all of your grades throughout high school. It will show all grades you have obtained in all years of high-school up until now. If you have finished your high-school, your high-school graduation diploma/certificate is also required but if not, the transcript is enough.You will also need a copy of your passport if you have one. 

Requirements for a post grad / masters program:

What’s a post grad/ masters program?

These programs require a higher education degree or diploma. For example most master’s programs require a four-year bachelor’s degree and most post-graduate certificate programs need at least a three-year bachelor or an undergraduate diploma. Also you may be required to provide a reference from your previous professors.  

If you are still currently a student you only need your latest transcript showing all the grades you have obtained till now. 

Some master’s programs also require recommendation letters, resumes or statement of purpose and GER or GMAT. You also need a copy of your passport if you have one. You can find specific requirements for Master’s programs in each program’s page on our website.  

 We will need the documents in English and your own language. 

English Score Requirements:

Also in some cases you may also need to have IELTS or TOEFL scores if the school you have applied to a schools that does not provide the ESL classes. 

If you don’t have any of TOEFL or IELTS English scores, don’t worry! You can still study in any field of study. You will be required to study English from two months to one year depending on your English proficiency at the same university/college you get accepted to.

When applying through Zim Scholars without an English score, we will obtain an conditional admission letter for you from the university indicating that you are accepted to the university but you have  to successfully complete an English program at the same university before begin able to start your program.

The university then will take an English exam from you when you arrive at the university and determine your English proficiency level. Based on the exam results, you will be required to study 2 months to one year English courses before starting your higher educations.

Now you know all the documents you will need to have to apply to an undergraduate and a postgraduate or masters program. You can apply to over 3,000 programs by going to www.zimscholar.com