I'm currently doing my BSc in agriculture and I'm confused about which country I should choose for my master's degree. Can you please help me with that.?
Asked by Aswathy Nair about 2 years ago
I hope you complete your BSc with a happy score. For your masters, what I would suggest is to see what you exactly need for your masters. Like are you open to considering more options or any particular ones? I can give you a universal answer for it though.
Many assume that it is gonna be the USA. And I accept that the USA can be the top choice but I would personally choose Australia for agriculture masters. And if you ask for reasons it won't be just affordability. The universities in Australia are wildly popular for agriculture studies. Even many professionals and ranking organizations take Australia over the USA sometimes.
Also, the country is more interlinked with Indian students. You can find scholarships more easily for an Australian University. Indian govt., Australian govt., private organizations from both countries, universities all are involved in promoting education in Australia. Universities like Melbourne and Sydney are some famous names for agriculture programs all over the world.
If you do not know, one of the primary contributors to Australia's national economy is agriculture. The sector and industry are most influenced and are a big part of the country's total economy. This makes it the perfect country to make a career in agriculture. These records come directly from Graduate Careers Australia.
I hope I explained enough for you to make a decision. In any case, if you want to see which universities are best for you, let me know. Your qualifications and scores can help decide the best options for you in agriculture.
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Hope this helps!
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