Considered one of the most popular countries in South Asia, Mauritius hosts no less than 10,000 overseas students every year. It is an ideal study abroad destination for quality education in a wide spectrum of fields such as Applied Sciences, Management, Marketing, IT, and Engineering.
Affordable education, lower cost of living, no language barrier, international exposure, a broad range of job opportunities, among other reasons contribute to making Mauritius a popular choice among international students. Mauritian universities offer more than 700 courses with tuition fees ranging from 1500 to 15500 USD per annum. Apart from education being affordable in the country, accommodation is extremely student-friendly with costs of living ranging from 300-400 USD per month.
With no question of the beauty of the country, Mauritius is ideally surrounded by famed destinations like Australia, India, South Africa, Thailand, Indonesia, to name a few. The Indian Ocean island nation allows expats to fly to a variety of places: 6 hours from Mumbai, 4 hours from Durban,7 hours from Singapore and Perth.
Living in Mauritius makes way for experiencing a unique environment, life in the tropics, awe-inspiring landscape, walks on the beach, rich biodiversity, among others. The people of Mauritius mostly speak in French and English although there is no mention of an official language in the Mauritian constitution. Students also have the option of learning ancestral languages such as Hindi, Mandarin, Arabic, Sanskrit, Tamil, Bhojpuri, Marathi, Telugu and Urdu.
Officially known as the Republic of Mauritius, the nation also boasts a high degree of peace, freedom and man-made attractions, all drawing in tourists along with international students. The education system, managed by the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC), includes a number of both public and private universities.
The exceptional living conditions in the country is added with an exceptional global standards of education and extensively available part-time job opportunities while studying.
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