Should you study abroad right after graduating from high school?

Everyone will be very happy when they hold the university admission notice for the first time in their hands. Therefore, in that moment, many students forgot their long cherished study abroad plan. Many of you ask your parents to let you stay in Vietnam to study at university for another 1 or 2 years before going abroad to study to fully enjoy the pride of graduating from college. However, after a period of studying at university, students quickly become bored and change their mind to quit halfway to study abroad.

This situation occurs in many students for many different reasons. After experiencing the feeling of being a university student for a while, many of you noticed the inadequacies in the university environment in Vietnam. Or because of the initial confusion, due to studying talent and failing to grasp the admission scores of the schools in advance, many students choose the wrong school, the wrong major. Falling into this confusion for a while, new students gradually realize that it is really not suitable for them, learning without excitement and passion. Another part is because they want to experience a new, more innovative and dynamic learning environment, so students return to their unfinished dream of studying abroad.

The intention of parents and students to study abroad is sometimes planned very early, even when they are still in grades 11, 12. However, after finishing the graduation exam, many students fall into The state of hesitation, not knowing whether to prepare a study abroad application or wait 1 or 2 years to experience the Vietnamese university environment before studying abroad.

In this article, Edutime will show you some of the advantages and opportunities you need to seize to study abroad right after graduating from high school.

1. Studying abroad right after graduating from high school will save time for students

Most parents and students in Vietnam have a misconception that trying to complete a degree is high school or university or college and then study abroad. However, that is not a completely correct thought.

For studying abroad, the sooner you go, the more opportunities you have for learning and development. With many years of experience in the field of study abroad consulting. If the family does not really have the conditions to let their children experience foreign education from high school, the best learning path, saving money, time and having the most opportunities to enter the TOP school is the following. after finishing grade 11.

If you have just graduated from high school, your chances are still there and quickly seize this time to study abroad by:

– The wider the gap, the more difficult it will be for you to apply for a Visa duhocj

– There are many students who have only spent about 2-3 years at university in Vietnam, but because they hesitate to finish university in the country before studying abroad, it will take a lot of time and expense for their education. this confusion.

– The sooner you go to school, the more opportunities you have to settle down after graduation

2. Save on learning costs

Losing more time means losing more money. The time trying to stay in Vietnam to "try to be a student" will cost a lot of fees: tuition fees, living expenses, rent, uniforms... And when students quit midway to study abroad, Starting over from the beginning of the university program at a new school abroad, the parent must also pay all those costs again.

3. Limiting the situation of "Shock" because the teaching methods in Vietnam and the study abroad country are too different

We all know that studying abroad is a way for students to experience new things from abroad. From culture, to language, living environment and especially the novelty of teaching methods from foreign schools compared to domestic universities. It must be said that the training program in foreign countries and especially in typical study abroad countries such as the UK, Australia, USA, Canada... is very different from the training programs at universities in Vietnam.

This difference is very easy to make international students "shock" in the first time of contact. Especially when they have been attached to the university environment in Vietnam for a while, they will be even more shocked because it is so different. A new language, new friends, new teachers… it all takes a long time to get used to.

4. Open scholarship opportunities

The time after Vietnamese students graduate from high school is also the time when universities, colleges and students in many countries study abroad have attractive scholarship policies for international students. These scholarships apply for the autumn month admission period, usually in early September. Therefore, quickly prepare your study abroad documents as well as apply for scholarships as early as July, the time after the high school exam. The Nation will help students have more opportunities to own more prestigious scholarships to study abroad.

Starting to study abroad right after graduating from high school is like a student preparing for a race from the starting line. Although there will be pressure and tension, but full of excitement for the race ahead. Eagerly waiting for new things ahead, waiting for the people you race to meet on the road, waiting for a bright destination with more chances of success in life.