Helps to choose them right subjects for a bright future

It’s very important for the students to choose a right subject in their academics to pursue a career they want in future. However most of the times they find themselves burdened with their parents expectations and select the subjects of their choice killing their own interest. This thing often happens when students opt to study abroad after their schooling and some of them ends up choosing the wrong career.

This is where Shankus Academy of Future Education (SAFE) comes to the rescue of students in choosing the right subjects of their interest and move forward in their right career. The academy organise a career guidance seminar for the students wants to pursue higher education in top foreign  colleges and universities. Representatives of Canada, UK, USA, Singapore, Poland, Australia are there to interact and spot admissions.

“We believe in give structured guidelines to the students and guide them how to move in right direction. We help them to choose their own subject and pursue their studies in best universities. We plan and guide their studies from here beginning with IELTS coaching for three months and make them aware about the countries they are going to visit. We also try to brief them about the job opportunities they can continue during their studies,” said Gaurav Contractor Operations Manager SAFE.

Vadodara is second city after Ahmedabad sending maximum number of students to abroad for higher studies. “The colleges abroad focus on specialisation in subjects and practical based education. The students are involved in group research and that helps them understand the subject more. Around 1.5lakhs students went abroad every year for higher studies and from Vadodara the number is 35000 students. The girls ratio is about 40% and they are catching up faster with the boys,” said Pritesh Thakkar Director SAFE.

 

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