The world is changing and technology has become a major part of it.

There are many ways to study abroad that have been gaining momentum in recent years, such as online courses, distance learning, hybrid studies and international education. With the current COVID-19 crisis, most countries around the world have already adjusted their educational policies. New academic terms have been added to help students stay safe during these uncertain times, including “e-learning”, which is an umbrella term covering all other types of virtual learning. But at the same time there is a lot for them to learn in order to be able to adapt. To make up for the lack of face-to-face interaction with peers, they have turned to digital tools; they are not only looking forward to going away but also are more committed to studying this new way of doing things. Although this new form of learning might offer some benefits to students, there are still concerns about security, privacy, and data protection. While we take every step to provide maximum safety and comfort to our clients, we must be realistic about what we can do in case something goes wrong. For example, if you are traveling from your hometown or city to faraway places without knowing anyone, online education will be tough. Many websites now charge by the minute, meaning more than $300 for a course that takes one hour-long; the cost can get out of control fast! This being said, you have choices. You can choose between online courses offered by traditional universities or even online institutions. In both cases, we would be happy to assist you with selecting the best option for you for any particular purpose. We also know how much work goes into choosing the right institution or program of study depending on individual needs. That’s why we have done extensive research and put together recommendations based on the information provided to us.

E-learning vs Traditional University

Today, there are two main modes of instruction in higher education, e-learning and traditional university. Both are becoming increasingly popular as more people look for alternatives to physical classes and face-to-face interaction. If you’re wondering whether switching colleges or pursuing a degree from online college would be better for you, let me explain. Online schooling refers to the process of teaching and learning from the internet. It includes self-paced projects and assignments as well as video discussions and quizzes for each class. A good place to start is through comparing online programs for your area of interest. What kind of materials would you need? Do students need software like Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Illustrator, Audacity, etc.? Or maybe you prefer using multimedia in higher education. Whatever you decide, the first thing you should know is that these resources are not free and can be costly. They require tuition fees, books, equipment, supplies and a host of other costs. However, online schools are usually cheaper than those at brick-and-mortar institutions. Also, traditional schools have certain advantages, such as having access to professors with experience working with large numbers of students and having live contact with professors and students’ parents. On top of that, you could find out more about different majors, career paths, and specific courses. When all is said and done, a college education with no geographic boundaries can be very beneficial, especially when compared to its opposite. So if you are thinking of making this switch, we recommend checking the following options.

International Universities

Online Tuition Fees : Approximately $500 - $3,900 per year

Online Programs : Typically less expensive (depending on location and level of study) but requires higher enrollment requirements and more personal attention.

International Master's Degrees : Usually less convenient than attending a traditional school (especially in smaller cities), but offer a range of programs to choose from.

International Bachelors of Science Degree programmes : Often cheaper and can allow more flexibility to complete your degree online. Most often, Bachelor of Arts degrees may be completed online.

International Professional Courses: As long as there is sufficient funding to cover your travel expenses, you may consider taking graduate courses in one of the above programs to become professionally qualified. Some of these fields may include accounting, marketing, management and so on.

International Student Programs: An excellent alternative for international applicants to attend a local community college/university. Only about half of international students have the financial resources or time to pursue a bachelor’s degree online. Even though there are similar entry levels to U.S. undergraduate programmes, there are more advanced and internationally oriented offerings. These programs are generally shorter and take lower amounts of time on average.

International Nursing Programmes

Informatics: Online Learning Enrollment Requirements : 100% fee waiver

: 100% fee waiver Medical Tourism : Based upon request of client (usually subject to approval)

: Based upon request of client (usually subject to approval) Clinical Skills Certificate: Depending upon availability of the required skills.

Assistance for Online Students

Online tutoring services are available for students who want guidance in the use of online resources. One benefit to these services is that tuition fees are typically lower than that of regular academic courses. Another unique advantage is that tutors have access to multiple platforms, helping to build a deeper understanding of online content.


If you take the time to evaluate the pros and cons of various forms of learning, you will find there are many viable options available to improve your life. Each mode offers advantages, disadvantages and possibilities. Choosing the best for you is important. We have done a thorough review of all of the available options and have prepared a list of recommendations that might work for you. From choosing between e-learning and traditional university, to international courses, overseas nursing programmes, international student programmes, and foreign languages, we have covered every possible aspect of this topic. Our goal is always to empower your decision-making. So if you are still struggling to figure out which way to go, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team today!