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USA remains the most popular study destination for international students around the world. USA has over 4,600 universities and 1,200 community colleges. More than a third of US universities are ranked in the world top 200.
Graduates have the opportunity to undergo up to 36 months of paid work experience after graduation under the Optional Practical Training (OPT) scheme.
The UK has a long history of welcoming international students to study in its colleges and universities.
It is a popular study destination for a range of professional courses such as medicine, dentistry, law, accounting and architecture.
The UK offers a wide choice of 130 universities and its group of top 24 research intensive universities is known as the Russell Group.
Canada is fast gaining popularity as a higher learning destination due to its friendly migration policies and work opportunities.
There are 96 universities in Canada enrolling approximately 570,000 international students. There are different types of education options in Canada including universities, community colleges and specialised colleges.
Australia is currently the 3rd most popular destination for international students after USA and the UK.
There are 40 universities in Australia. The Group of Eight (Go8) comprises Australia's leading research intensive universities and is ranked in the world top 200 universities. Australia offers a friendly study environment and post-study work visa for international students.
Although Ireland is a small country with only 5.5 million population, it is the European headquarters to many multinational companies in healthcare, financial services and computer technology.
One of the major benefits of studying in Ireland is the 1-year post-study work visa. Ireland remains the only English-speaking country in the EU after Brexit.
Switzerland is home to some of the best hospitality schools in the world. A Swiss hospitality education offers invaluable internship experience.
Switzerland's strategic geographical location also provides students the opportunity to travel and expose themselves to the food and culture of surrounding European countries.
The Netherlands offers high quality education at an affordable price with 12 out of 13 Dutch research universities are ranked in the world top 200.
Students who prefer a more hands-on and employment-ready qualification can opt to study at a university of applied science in the Netherlands. International students are eligible to a 1-year post-study work visa in the Netherlands.
International students choose to study in New Zealand because of its clean, green and safe environment. The welcoming Kiwis and friendly migration policies are also big pull factors that attract over 100,000 international students each year.
There are 8 universities and a number of polytechnics and institutes of technology in New Zealand.
South Korea offers high quality education at an affordable cost. South Korea has a number of prestigious universities offering a broad range of university degrees.
The majority of programmes in South Korea are conducted in the Korean language. Students can take up Korean language training at a Korean language school and they will usually take the TOPIK language test before commencing their university studies.
Singapore inked its mark on the world's education map with two of its top home-grown universities, NTU and NUW, consistently ranked in the world top 20.
In addition to public universities and polytechnics, Singapore's private education sector offers students the opportunity to obtain foreign qualifications at lower costs and shorter duration. Universities in Singapore enjoy an excellent reputation worldwide.
Malaysia's multi-racial and multi-lingual society have positioned it as an attractive study destination for international students.
With good educational infrastructure, Malaysia has attracted a number of British, Australian and Chinese universities to set up their branch campuses. International students can obtain internationally recognised qualifications at the branch campuses of Monash, Curtin, Heriot Watt, Nottingham, Southampton, Reading and Newcastle in Malaysia at far lower costs.