Does bachelor in commerce from correspondence and having 50 percentage in bachelor...can get admission in any of the University of US/UK/CANADA?

Asked by Khushboo Gupta almost 2 years ago

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paul larsenee

paul larsenee

Head of Capital Markets at Williams Trading, LLC

Choosing to be an overseas student might considerably expand your educational

opportunities. Foreign universities in the United States, the United Kingdom, and

Canada have highly reputed institutions, and these three nations are home to a large

percentage of the world's top universities.

Reasonable tuition fees, low cost of living coupled with education loans and

scholarships have allowed students to make their dream of studying overseas a

reality. Advanced facilities, renowned faculty, and a healthy student-teacher ratio

have made studying abroad a major favourite among the youth of the country.

You can apply to any national or international university after doing Bachelors in

Commerce through correspondence. However, the University from where you did

your correspondence should follow certain criteria-

● It should be approved or accredited by the University Grants Commission


● It should be approved by the Distance Education Bureau (DEB), New Delhi.

Yes, you can get admission to a master's degree program if you have scored a

minimum of 50% in your undergraduate degree course. Additionally, you will be

asked to write TOEFEL/IELTS as an English proficiency test depending upon the

requirements of the college.

The average cost of studying a Postgraduate master's Program:

Canada -$24,000 to $35,000 (in CAD)per year.

UK- £10,000 to £20,000 yearly

US- $20,000 to $40,000 per year



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