What is the perfect course for me in abraod?

Asked by Aesha Patel about 2 years ago

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Faisal Mohdd

Faisal Mohdd

MentR-Me Team

Country Expert : Germany

As securing a high-paying job becomes a priority, here are some courses from foreign universities that can help you become a millionaire. For most of us, studying abroad entails choosing an advanced course with better facilities or a course that earns a sizable salary after graduation.

Finding the correct courses becomes more important as getting a high-paying career becomes a priority; one such course is the STEM areas, or Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

Because STEM careers are among the highest paying, graduates in these fields are in high demand on the job market. STEM occupations are anticipated to expand and become the highest paying positions in 2017, according to the most recent data from the National Association of Colleges and Employers and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, issued in January 2017. As for the best-paying occupations worldwide, STEM fields are best advised, while country-specific requirements and courses may differ:

Course: Mechanical Engineering

  • Work in the U.S., U.K., Australia, or Canada
  • $83,590 on an annual basis on average

course: Civil engineering 

  • Work in Australia, the U.S., or the UAE
  • $82,220 in annual pay on average

Course: Actuarial Science

  • Work in the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, and
  • Median pay: $97,070

Course: Biomedical Engineering

  • Work-friendly nations include New Zealand, Australia, Ireland, the U.K., and Canada.
  • $86,220 in annual salary on average

Course: Petroleum Engineering

  • Work in the United Kingdom, Denmark, Netherlands, Canada, New Zealand, United States, Australia, and Norway
  • $88,700 is the average yearly wage.

Course: Environmental Engineering

  • Work in the USA, Canada, Russia, Brazil, Australia, United Arab Emirates
  • $84,560 in annual pay on average

Course: Computer Network Engineering/ Information Technology

  • Work in Australia, the U.S., the U.K., or Ireland
  • the typical yearly wage of $100,240

Course: Cyber Security and Computer Science

  • The U.S., UK, Ireland, Germany, and Israel are the countries to work in.
  • Typical annual wage: $90,120

Course: Finance

  • work in Ireland, Luxembourg, Hungary, U.S., U.K., New Zealand, Australia, Switzerland, Japan
  • Average annual salary: $89, 160

Course: Pharmaceutical Science

  • Country in need: Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, US, Sweden, Singapore
  • Average annual salary: $80,000 to $100,000

The employment prospects for STEM-related talents are still favourable in both developed and emerging nations. They are often referred to as the "jobs of the future." Many positions are available in this industry, including financial analysts, radiologists, ocean engineers, petroleum engineers, biochemists, mathematicians, I.T. managers, accountants, mechanical engineers, software developers, and others.


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