Study in Ireland

Ireland is the best place that provides a dynamic learning experience. In ireland Irish institutions are classified into three categories ; Private Independent college, Universities and Institute of technologies.

There are 14 institutes of technology and they have diploma, certified & Degree programmes like Business, linguistics, Science, & Engineering on offer.

Why Study In Ireland:

  • The quality of the Irish education system is one of the best in Europe.
  • Being an English-speaking country, it’s a hub of technological innovations and scientific research.
  • Ireland is a dynamic and modern country.

Intakes:

   September and Feburary

Strategies for PTE-Writing

PTE writing is easy for those who follow these steps

  1. Make sure you understand what you are being asked to do. It is important that you read the prompt carefully and identify both the focus of the question and the point of view from which you are required to write. If you write off topic, your essay will be scored zero.
  2. Think of one strong sentence to sum up the main argument. Then think of one strong opening sentence and one strong closing sentence. This will help to focus your ideas. Once you have done this, expand the sentence you have written to sum up the main argument with details and supporting points to create the body of your essay. Then expand the opening sentence to create your introduction and the closing sentence to create your conclusion.
  3. Once you have written your essay, check it carefully. Make sure that you have written within the required word limit, that your essay has the correct topic focus and point of view and your grammar and spelling are correct.
  4. For the question type of solution and problems, one needs to focus on solid 5 reasons and two relevant examples to prove their reasons are valid. For the argumentative essays, one needs to focus on theory reasoning of the context rather than vague statements. For the other types of questions, one need to focus reasoning and on practical examples according to the contexts.
  5. Most of all, vocabulary play a crucial role to define the standard of writing and so most of the people would focus on new nouns, adjectives and adverbs to enhance one’s proficiency. Despite using all these, collocations would dominate all these types of words. So to say, instead of using ten new words, five known collocations would be sufficed.

WHY STUDY IN SINGAPORE?

Singapore is extremely popular  among students who wish to study courses in animation, Design, Game Development, Hotel Management etc..

Exposure to a multicultural environment and is one of the most popular and prestigious passports, you could make your dream come true to hold a Singaporean passport.

Fee starts from Rs 3,50,000 in Singapore

HOTEL MANAGEMENT FOR SINGAPORE

In Singapore Hotel Management course has a different structure for each year. The student will be awarded a Diploma, an Advance Diploma, and Higher National Diploma and leading to the Honors Degree by the university .

1st year awarded as Diploma 

2nd year awarded as Advanced Diploma 

3nd year awarded as Bachelor Degree or Honours Degree        

Singapore has a strong South East Asian community and student life is pretty exciting in Singapore.

Academic intakes vary from institution to institution in Singapore

  AUGUST/ JANUARY / OCTOBER or every month

Types of Courses 

  • MBA/ Business/ Management
  • IT/ Computing
  • Engineering & Science
  • Tourism/ travel/ hotel management
  • Creative Arts/ Design Courses
  • Architecture
  • Medicine

Duration of Courses

  • Polytechnic Diplomas: for 3years,
  • University Degrees: for 3 years,
  • Private Sector Degrees: 2-3 years, SMU
  • Postgraduate Degrees: 1 – 2 years

Study in USA

Study in USA

Make your dream come true of living in the United States !

Study in USA is the best destination where you can pursue your degree, there are three types of institutions ie. public universities, private universities and Liberal colleges.

WHY STUDY IN USA ?

Most US colleges are well equipped with Higher technology & facilities. Also, they have plethora of clubs & fellowship where student can engage themselves, outside classrooms.

Being a student in USA , you will discover that there’s more to your life at university than just study.

INTAKES

Fall & Spring

Study Option

Biotechnology, computer science, & electronics are most popular courses in USA

Academic pattern

Some of the US institutes have three academic years. But mostly admissions happen during fall and spring semesters. The curriculum comprises short- or mid-term assessments for students, with assignments to complete. The overall performance of students is not based on the final exams, but on how they perform in each assessment.

Benefits of studying in the USA

  • World-class education.
  • A wide variety of research-centric science and technology courses.
  • Job-oriented management courses.

Types of courses for Undergraduate & Post Graduate in USA

Engineering Technology

Technology – Project Management

  • Information Systems – Geographic Information Systems
  • Information Systems – Internet Application Development
  • Information Systems – Network and Security Management
  • Information Systems – Systems Development
  • English – Linguistics
  • Psychology with concentrations
  • Masters in Business Administration
  • Master of Professional Accountancy
  • Masters of Science in Accountancy

 

PTE Quick Tips

One should read aloud with breaks at the punctuation and intonation. Don’t rush, you need to maintain constant speed, pace and make sure you read and not just swallow the words. Never, re-read a word that you have read wrongly. Because the number of words we read is compared with the number of words in the passage while scoring, and remember this is just one out of many criteria while scoring and there are other scales of the valuation as well.

Before the recording begins, you will have 40 seconds. That time the mic will not be open. Use this valuable time to read as to what you are going to do when the mic opens. This way, you will be able to identity some difficult words and learn its pronunciation.

Listening and Writing sections are pretty straight forward. However, in “summarize spoken text” under listening section and “write essay” under writing section, allot at least 5 mintues to review what you had just wrote. Do not spend too much time thinking what to write or how to arrange your sentences and paragraphs. Trust me, you will run out of time! Take just a minute or two to think and then start writing whatever comes to your head. In the last 6-7 minutes, arrange and correct your sentences, form paragraphs, review your answers for spelling, grammar and punctuation.

TI Abroad is excellent in PTE Coaching Classes in Chennai

 

Why should you Study in Canada​ ?

Study in Canada

An opportunity to settle down and we are happy to share the statistics report of students going to Canada in the year 2017-2018

International Students in Canada – 2018!!!

494,525 international students in Canada at all levels of study in 2017, 20% increase over the previous year

119% increase in international students in Canada between 2010-2017

95% of international students recommend Canada as a study destination

51% of international students plan to apply for permanent residence in Canada

Top 3 reasons international students choose Canada

Ø  The quality of the Canadian education system

Ø  Canada’s reputation as a tolerant and non-discriminatory society

Ø  Canada’s reputation as a safe country

Countries with the fastest growing number of international students in Canada (2016- 2017)

Vietnam +89%

India +63%

Iran +45%

Bangladesh +41%

Brazil +28%

Mexico +16%

Study in Singapore benefits

Studying abroad is one of the goal and a dream for aspiring students. It also helps one to get the chance to experience different styles of education. And Singapore is one such place where education is at its epitome.

Singapore is one of the most affluent destination for academics. This place is considered as the hub of education of excellence. Singapore offers a diverse and distinctive education and also maintains the highest standards of teaching, and scientific research. It may be a small country, but the purview for higher education in Singapore is remarkable. Singapore’s education system is profound and has its position in the global market, gaining recognition from across the world.

Eminent colleges and Universities in Singapore have collaborated and made tie-ups with various other leading universities across the world. Many other international universities and colleges of repute have their campuses in Singapore. Which in turn helps the students to benefit by gaining an international degree with ample resources and of low cost.

Universities in Singapore such as Yale-NUS (Yale-National University of Singapore), Duke-NUS, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (Imperial College London and Nanyang Technological University) and many others help the international students, after their 1st year of completion in Singapore, have the options to pursue their 2nd and 3rd year in USA, CANADA, UK, FRANCE, AUSTRALIA and NEW ZEALAND.

Many reputed and world class recognized organizations all over the world have set up their campuses in Singapore. Singapore has about 26,000 international corporations. There is no lack of job opportunities in this country for the graduates after their education. One to three months of stay back option is available to students who are pursuing their education in Singapore. They can apply for a non-renewable Long-Term Visit Pass of one year to continue their stay in Singapore and to look for pertinent employment in Singapore.

GMAT

The Graduate Management Admission Test is a computer adaptive test intended to assess certain analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills in written English for use in admission to a graduate management program, such as an MBA.

Explore the reasons why taking the GMAT exam positions you for success.

  • Why the GMAT exam is the test of choice among students worldwide.
  • Why schools trust and prefer the GMAT exam.
  • How preparing for the GMAT exam can give you the confidence to succeed in the classroom.
  • Why employers demand and value the skills demonstrated on the GMAT exam, especially integrated reasoning.
  • How official GMAT prep tips, tools, and resources can give you the confidence you need to succeed.

Accepted by more than 6,000 business and management programs worldwide, for nearly 60 years, the GMAT exam has been the test of choice by the world’s business leaders to get into the world’s leading business schools for one reason – it works. Quite simply, no other exam lets you showcase the skills that matter most in the business school classroom and in your career.

When It Comes to Your Success, There Is No Comparison and that’s why TI Abroad stands out as the most preferred coaching choice.

Business schools use and trust the GMAT exam to make admissions decisions. The GMAT exam – created by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), the global non-profit council of business schools – sets the standard for its ability to predict success in the classroom. Consider these additional advantages:

  • The GMAT exam measures the skills you have and the skills schools need. Showcase the skills that matter most – to schools and businesses – with the GMAT exam’s unique Integrated Reasoning section.
  • A proven measure of your success. Decades of research confirm that the GMAT exam is a valid and reliable predictor of your academic performance in today’s graduate management programs.
  • The GMAT exam is relied on more by graduate business schools worldwide. The GMAT exam works – for you and them – and is accepted by more programs and schools than any other individual graduate management school exam.
  • The GMAT exam is available when you’re ready to take it. Testing is available around the world in state-of-the-art facilities designed to provide an unparalleled test-taking experience so that you can perform your best.

GMAT Advantage

The GMAT test measures the higher order skills appropriate for graduate management education. According to the latest Kaplan survey, the number of admissions professionals recognizing preference for the GMAT exam has increased 44% since 2014.

The GMAT exam shows business schools that you are serious about earning a graduate business degree. It also demonstrates your commitment and readiness for the rigors of a graduate business program.

GMAT Exam Format and Timing

You have three and a half hours to complete the four sections of the GMAT exam – Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal. At the test center, just before your exam begins, you can select the order in which you want to complete the sections.

GMAT Test Section # of Questions Question Types Timing
Analytical Writing Assessment 1 Topic Analysis of Argument 30 Minutes
Integrated Reasoning 12 Questions Multi-Source Reasoning
Graphics Interpretation
Two-Part Analysis
Table Analysis
30 Minutes
Quantitative 37 Questions Data Sufficiency
Problem Solving
75 Minutes
Verbal 41 Questions Reading Comprehension
Critical Reasoning
Sentence Correction
75 Minutes
Total Exam Time 3hrs, 30 minutes

Three options will be available for your exam’s section order:

  • Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, Verbal (original order)
  • Verbal, Quantitative, Integrated Reasoning, Analytical Writing Assessment
  • Quantitative, Verbal, Integrated Reasoning, Analytical Writing Assessment

There is no “correct” or “recommended” section order to select. This choice simply gives you more control and flexibility to take the GMAT exam based on your strengths and testing preferences.

Verbal Section

The GMAT exam showcases all of your skills – not just math. The Verbal section measures your ability to read and understand written material, to evaluate arguments, and to correct written material to conform to standard written English.

Sample Reading Comprehension Question

Reading comprehension questions measure your ability to understand, analyze, and apply information and concepts presented in written form.

Sample Critical Reasoning Question

Critical reasoning questions measure the reasoning skills you use when crafting arguments, evaluating arguments, and formulating or evaluating a plan of action.

Sample Sentence Correction Question

Sentence correction questions test your English language proficiency and ability to express an idea clearly, concisely, and grammatically correct.

Sample Reading Comprehension Question

Directions 

The questions in this group are based on the content of a passage. After reading the passage, choose the best answer to each question. Answer all questions following the passage on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passage.

Question 

Schools expect textbooks to be a valuable source of information for students. My research suggests, however, that textbooks that address the place of Native Americans within the history of the United States distort history to suit a particular cultural value system. In some textbooks, for example, settlers are pictured as more humane, complex, skillful, and wise than Native Americans. In essence, textbooks stereotype and depreciate the numerous Native American cultures while reinforcing the attitude that the European conquest of the New World denotes the superiority of European cultures. Although textbooks evaluate Native American architecture, political systems, and homemaking, I contend that they do it from an ethnocentric, European perspective without recognizing that other perspectives are possible.

One argument against my contention asserts that, by nature, textbooks are culturally biased and that I am simply underestimating children’s ability to see through these biases. Some researchers even claim that by the time students are in high school, they know they cannot take textbooks literally. Yet substantial evidence exists to the contrary. Two researchers, for example, have conducted studies that suggest that children’s attitudes about particular cultures are strongly influenced by the textbooks used in schools. Given this, an ongoing, careful review of how school textbooks depict Native Americans is certainly warranted.

Which of the following would most logically be the topic of the paragraph immediately following the passage?

  • (A) specific ways to evaluate the biases of United States history textbooks
  • (B) the centrality of the teacher’s role in United States history courses
  • (C) nontraditional methods of teaching United States history
  • (D) the contributions of European immigrants to the development of the United States
  • (E) ways in which parents influence children’s political attitudes

Answer: (A)

Sample Critical Reasoning Question

Directions
For this question, select the best of the answer choices given.

Question
The cost of producing radios in Country Q is ten percent less than the cost of producing radios in Country Y. Even after transportation fees and tariff charges are added, it is still cheaper for a company to import radios from Country Q to Country Y than to produce radios in Country Y.

The statements above, if true, best support which of the following assertions?

  • (A) Labor costs in Country Q are ten percent below those in Country Y.
  • (B) Importing radios from Country Q to Country Y will eliminate ten percent of the manufacturing jobs in Country Y.
  • (C) The tariff on a radio imported from Country Q to Country Y is less than ten percent of the cost of manufacturing the radio in Country Y.
  • (D) The fee for transporting a radio from Country Q to Country Y is more than ten percent of the cost of manufacturing the radio in Country Q.
  • (E) It takes ten percent less time to manufacture a radio in Country Q than it does in Country Y.

Answer: (C)

Sample Sentence Correction Question

Directions
This question presents a sentence, part of which or all of which is underlined. Beneath the sentence you will find five ways of phrasing the underlined part. The first of these repeats the original; the other four are different. If you think the original is best, choose the first answer; otherwise choose one of the others.

This question tests correctness and effectiveness of expression. In choosing your answer, follow the requirements of standard written English; that is, pay attention to grammar, choice of words, and sentence construction. Choose the answer that produces the most effective sentence; this answer should be clear and exact, without awkwardness, ambiguity, redundancy, or grammatical error.

Question
While larger banks can afford to maintain their own data-processing operations, many smaller regional and community banks are finding that the cost associated with upgrading data-processing equipment and with the development and maintenance of new products and technical staff are prohibitive.

(A) cost associated with
(B) costs associated with
(C) costs arising from
(D) cost of
(E) costs of

Answer: (B)

A vast array of exciting opportunities – including study abroad, career advancement, and personal growth – are within your reach.

Understanding the format, practicing sample questions, and reviewing one section at a time will help you achieve your best GMAT score, and arrive fully prepared on the day of your exam. Before you start preparing, be sure to Download Free GMATPrep® Software, free to registered users of mba.com, a great diagnostic tool to help you discover which areas of the exam to focus on. Our The GMAT Prep Timeline provides a step-by-step approach to your personal study plan, and includes links to tips, products, and advice for improving your weak areas and enhancing your strengths.

Other helpful resources include:

TOEFL

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL TEST)

Format and  Content

Reading

The Reading area comprises of inquiries on 3-5 sections, each around 700 words long. The entries are on scholarly themes; they are the sort of material that may be found in an undergraduate college course book. Sections require comprehension of explanatory capacities, for example, cause-impact, think about complexity and argumentation. Understudies answer inquiries regarding principle thoughts, subtle elements, deductions, basic data, sentence addition, vocabulary, expository reason and general thoughts. New sorts of inquiries in the TOEFL iBT test require rounding out tables or finishing synopses. Earlier information of the subject under discourse is not important to go to the right answer.

Listening

The Listening segment comprises of inquiries on six entries, each 3– 5 minutes long. These entries incorporate two understudy discussions and four scholastic addresses or exchanges. The discussions include an understudy and either an educator or a grounds specialist co-op. The addresses are an independent segment of a scholastic address, which may include understudy cooperation and does not expect specific foundation learning in the branch of knowledge. Every discussion and address section is heard just once. Test-takers may take notes while they tune in and they may allude to their notes when they answer the inquiries. Every discussion is related with five inquiries and each address with six. The inquiries are intended to gauge the capacity to comprehend fundamental thoughts, essential points of interest, suggestions, connections between thoughts, an association of data, speaker reason and speaker state of mind.

Speaking

The Speaking area comprises of six assignments: two autonomous and four incorporated. In the two free errands, test-takers’ answer feeling inquiries on recognizable themes. They are assessed on their capacity to talk immediately and pass on their thoughts unmistakably and lucidly. In two of the incorporated undertakings, test-takers read a short section, tune into a scholarly course address or a discussion about grounds life and answer an inquiry by joining suitable data from the content and the discussion. In the two staying incorporated errands, test-takers tune into a scholastic course address or a discussion about grounds life and afterwards react to an inquiry regarding what they heard. In the coordinated errands, test-takers are assessed on their capacity to properly blend and successfully pass on data from the perusing and listening material. Test-takers may take notes as they read and tune in and may utilize their notes to help set up their reactions. Test-takers are given a short planning time before they need to start talking. The reactions are carefully recorded, sent to ETS’s Online Scoring Network (OSN), and assessed by three to six raters.

Writing

The Writing segment measures a test taker’s capacity to write in a scholastic setting and comprises of two errands: one incorporated and one free. In the incorporated undertaking, test-takers read an entry on a scholastic theme and after that tune in to a speaker talk about it. The test-taker at that point composes a synopsis about the essential focuses in the listening entry and discloses how these identify with the key purposes of the perusing section. In the free assignment, the test-taker must compose an article that expresses their feeling or decision, and after that clarify it, as opposed to just posting individual inclinations or decisions. Reactions are sent to the ETS OSN and assessed by no less than 3 distinctive raters.

GRE General Test

Verbal Reasoning –            20 questions – 30min

(2 sections)                    ( per section)          (per section)

Quantitative Reasoning – 20 questions – 35min

(2 sections)                          (per section)    (per section)

Analytical Writing –          one task each on    –    30min

(one section with two    1.Analyse an Issue Essay

Separately timed tasks) 2.Analyse an Argument Essay

 

GRE – A – Learn new words, Learn new words every day.

It is the most important GRE preparation tip. Along with learning new words, learn & practice the usage of the words as well. It is always interesting to play with words and their formations. This exercise introduces new words and improves your vocabulary to a great extent as well. Another major GRE tip is to practice grammar. It is not an easy task to learn all the rules of grammar. The easy way here would be to understand the basic usages & very importantly learn tenses.

IELTS Coaching Centres in Chennai

IELTS (INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING SYSTEM)

IELTS is the most widely accepted English language test that uses a one-on one speaking test to assess your English communication skills. It is the world’s most popular English language proficiency test for higher education and global migration, with over 2.9 million tests taken in the last year. IELTS assesses all of your English skills – reading, writing, listening and speaking, and is designed to reflect how you will use English at study, at work, and at play, in your new life abroad. This means that you are assessed by having a real-life conversation with a real person. This is the most effective and natural way of testing your English conversation skills.

Speaking (11-14 Mins)

Face-to-face interview without disruptions or distractions. Structured discussion on a familiar topic.

Reading (60 Mins)

5-6 texts taken from notices, advertisements, company handbooks, official documents, books and newspapers

Writing (60 Mins)

Write a letter (150 words) Short Essay (250 words). Semi-formal / formal style.

Listening (30 Mins)

4 sections, each with 10 questions. The first two deal with everyday social contexts. Section 3 & 4 deal with educational and training contexts.

A Band Score for each of the four modules as well as an overall score is recorded on the Test Report Form. This allows receiving institutions to clearly identify the candidates’ strengths and weaknesses. The Test Report Form indicates whether it is for an Academic or General Training candidate.

There are two versions of IELTS to choose from:

  • IELTS Academic (Join a professional organisation in an English-speaking country)
  • IELTS General Training (Emigrate to an English-speaking country)

WHICH TEST IS BEST FOR YOU – IELTS ACADEMIC OR GENERAL TRAINING?

1 – Study or train at a university or college at undergraduate or postgraduate level

IELTS Academic is designed for people planning to study in higher education or those seeking professional registration. It assesses whether you are ready to begin studying or training in an environment where English is the language used.

2 – Gain registration in a professional organisation or join an association

If you’re planning to move overseas to an English speaking country and are seeking professional registration, it is likely that you will be asked to provide evidence of your English language ability. IELTS results are accepted by many professional associations that have set minimum language requirements. Most of these associations request an IELTS Academic result, but it is a good idea to contact the organisation to confirm.

3 – Study or train in secondary education or training program.

IELTS General Training measures English language proficiency in a practical, everyday context. It is appropriate for those planning to study in high school or a vocational training program.

4 – Visa requirements for migration to an English speaking country

People migrating to Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the UK must take the IELTS General Training test.

We at The TI ABROAD make sure to use the most advanced and successful language training techniques to ensure our students are getting the best English and develop their full range of communication skills in speaking, reading, listening and writing.

Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do.”