Monday, 16 June 2014

Popular Countries for Studying Abroad


Santa Monica Consultants Cochin had a great leading role in representing 200+ Universities/Institutions of 10+ countries including Singapore. A multinational hub Singapore has long attracted the elite to set up base there Singapore with its successful public education system has created a niche for itself in offering high quality education attracting leading institutions from across the globe to set up their operations in the country.

Singapore has 4 major Universities and several polytechnic which provides tertiary education with a wide range of courses which are practicum oriented and are coupled with team work. These courses cover a wide range of disciplines such as tourism, biotechnology digital media, engineering, business studies, and mass communication accountancy and hospitality management. 

Thursday, 12 June 2014

Norway –Standard of living, highest in the world!

A buoyant economy, high levels of education high life expectancy and the Norwegian focus on quality of life all contribute to Norway’s development. The world Economic forum has ranked Norway as one of the top 20 most competitive countries in that world for the last 4 years. Santa Monica Consultancy has been facilitating higher studies in abroad nations since years.

Norway’s economic growth has been fueled by an abundance of natural resource, including petroleum exploration and production, hydroelectric power, and fisheries. International shipping and the offshore oil industry are typical examples of successful industries that are important areas of research or Norwegian institutions.

Norway is one of the countries confirming to the Bologna process guidelines for higher education in Europe. As a government policy to encourage international students, Norwegian Universities and state Universities do not charge tuition fee.  Although the Master’s program rendered in English, International Students require a basic understanding of the Norwegian language and this is assisted through the language component during the course of study.