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Study Abroad

Micado Education Consultants is an overseas educational consultants organization based at Peshawar Khyber Pakhtum khua Pakistan dedicated towards providing education consultancy services to Pakistani/Afghani students in making educational avenues abroad accessible to them. Education abroad programs have always fascinated the Pakistani students. While in the British period, the favorite destination used to be U.K., at the present age the number of favorite education destinations of the Pakistani students has multiplied. Although America attracts most of the students, study abroad programs of Canada, New Zealand, Australia, U.K., Germany and various other countries of Asia, Africa and Europe are also attracting the students for education abroad.

About USA

The United States of America is located on the continent of North America. There are 50 states in the U.S. Forty-eight of the states form the contiguous United States. The U.S. borders on Canada to the north, and Mexico and the Gulf of Mexico to the south. On the east coast, the U.S. is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, and on the west coast it is bordered by the Pacific Ocean.
To the northwest of Canada is the state of Alaska. The state of Hawaii is located in the Pacific Ocean, southwest of California.
In addition to the 50 states, the U.S. has several territories and possessions, located in the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean.
The US has more than 3000 colleges and university institutions where nearly 6 million International students study in different courses for various programs.
Because the US attracts talent, and the best brains from all over the world, people with a hunger to learn, enjoy the US as a study destination. Because there are no cultural boundaries, people are also fortunate enough to learn about different cultures of the world, as they find communities from different sections of the society within the campus.
USA is a leader in technology. This simply translates into an advantage, which gives the students who study here, an edge over others, in real life. Hence a US degree is beneficial in several aspects and preferred over others.

About UK

When you come to the UK, you get four countries in one England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Each has its own distinctive history, landscape and modern culture. And, because they're all within easy reach of one another, they're easy to explore. The national air, rail, coach and bus networks will get you almost anywhere in the UK- so you won't need a car, as you might in some countries. Discounts or special rates are generally available for students on most forms of transport. All international students staying in the UK for a period of six months or more will qualify for free healthcare through the National Healthcare Service.
It's easy to see the rest of Europe. The Channel Tunnel, cheap flights and ferries mean that you're never too far away from the other great capital cities of the European mainland. The closeness of the rest of Europe means that many institutions offer work placements and periods of study there.
Some courses are taught while others require research. Taught courses usually involve presentations, written course work such as marked essays, exams and dissertations. Classroom sessions are highly interactive, requiring student participation.

About Australia

Facts
• Full name: Commonwealth of Australia
• Population: 21.5 million (UN, 2009)
• Capital: Canberra
• Largest city: Sydney
• Area: 7.7 million sq km (2.9 million sq miles)
• Major language: English
• Major religion: Christianity
• Life expectancy: 79 years (men), 84 years (women) (UN)
• Monetary unit: 1 Australian dollar = 100 cents
• Main exports: Ores and metals; wool, food and live animals; fuels, transport machinery and equipment
• GNI per capita: US $32,220
• Internet domain: .au
• International dialing code: +61
Other Cities:
Adelaide, Brisbane (1.6 million) Darwin, Hobart, Melbourne , Sydney , Perth .
Climate:
Relatively dry, ranging from temperate in the south to tropical in the north
You should undertake study in a field in which you intend to work once you graduate. You are strongly advised not to undertake studies in Australia with the sole purpose of obtaining a migration outcome. The student visa process is an entirely separate process to skilled migration and there is no guarantee that you will be eligible for skilled migration purely on the basis of having undertaken a course related to an occupation on the Skilled Occupations List (SOL).
The SOL is a list of skilled occupations that are in need in Australia comprising of four major groups: managers and administrators; professionals; associate professionals; and tradespersons and related workers.
The SOL can, and does, change in light of labour market needs in Australia. There is no guarantee that an occupation listed on the SOL at the time you begin your studies will still be on the SOL when you graduate.
The Australian Government wants a targeted, high-value, demand-driven, skilled migration program that is responsive to the needs of the Australian labour market. As these needs change rapidly, the skilled migration program will be adjusted accordingly.
Read more about Australia’s migration policy at www.immi.gov.au

About New Zealand

1) is a bit bigger than the size of Great Britain and a little smaller than Japan but almost 36 times smaller than the size of the USA

2) approximately the size of California and about 75% of the size of Germany

3) about 268,000 square kilometres

4) about 1600 kilometres from north to south

5) Nowhere in NZ is further than 170 km from the sea

6) is situated in the South Pacific ocean in the Southern Hemisphere, half way between Equator and South Pole in the latitude of the Roaring Forties

7) lies about 2200 km east of Australia and 10,400 km south-west of the USA

8) is made up of two bigger islands (North Island and South Island) and hundreds of smaller islands

10) The name New Zealand (Nieuw Zeeland) was given to the country by the first known European explorer Abel Tasman after the Netherlands province “Zeeland”

11) has average max. temperatures of about 20-30ºC in summer (Dec. to Feb.) and 10-15ºC in winter (June to Aug.)

12) variations in climate and landscape, i.e. the North Island is mildly volcanic, hilly and has coastal mangroves in the north whereas the South Island is known for its Southern Alps, glaciers, fiords, lakes and rivers

13) has 27 mountains over 3050 metres; with Mount Cook being the highest mountain in Australasia at 3755 metres

14) Capital city: Wellington

15) Population: 4 Mil People

16) has a diverse multicultural society: about 76% are European, 14% are Maori, and about 10% are Pacific Island Polynesians and Asians or of other origin

17) Close to 75% of the population live in the North Island, 25% in the South Island

18) Population Density: 14 persons per square kilometre (very small compared to UK with 240, Germany 230 and Japan 330 persons per square km)

19) The legal drinking age is 18 years
20) Voted the ' best travel destination' by Lonely Planet two years in a row!

Micado Consultant. will help in providing Air tickets with discounted rates to students when there is a peek session of students going to study abroad

Note: we are only admission letter provider from universities/colleges; we do not have any contact or relation with any embassy/consulate regarding visas.
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