Emerging Destinations



Japan is the leader of cutting edge innovation in the arena of science and technology. Moreover,Japan also boars of having a formidable higher educational system with a commitment to research and development stands behind it. Interestingly, Japan also has the second highest number of Nobel prize winners of all countries in the world. In a nutshell, the quality of teaching is very high and important to the Japanese.

With globally-renowned universities, that have been consistent in world rankings such as QS World Ranking and THE Ranking, Japan has fended off challenges from rising higher education powers to hold onto 10 of the top 200 spots. Moreover, plentiful courses are taught in English in most Japanese Universities now.

The top Universities in Japan are: University of Tokyo, Kyoto University, Tokyo University of Technology, Tohoku University

Popular courses: Humanities, Engineering and Social Sciences

South Korea

South Korea’s economy has been growing rapidly, and boasts low unemployment and great public services like transportation. Most importantly, in the past few decades, South Korea has increased their focus and spending on higher education in order to create better qualified graduates and compete in the global economy. Furthermore, South Korea is one of the cheapest countries in Asia for higher education and in terms of living expenses. Studying in Korea will give you the experience and language skills necessary to pursue a career here and will put you at the front of the game. A year abroad is highly desired by many employers and is essential to anyone who intends to work internationally.

Top Universities in South Korea: Seoul National University, Yonsei University, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Sungkyunkwan University

Popular Courses in South Korea: Mathematics, Physics, Economics and Business, Arts and Humanities


Switzerland is one of the leading countries in the world known for its high-quality education. Every year, thousands of students come to Switzerland from all over the world, and there is no doubt that Swiss universities have a great reputation around the globe. According to Times Higher Education’s World Rankings, over 7 Universities amongst the top 150 universities are situated in Switzerland. Moreover, the majority of Swiss Universities offer master’s degree programs in English.

Switzerland has one of the highest average salaries in Europe, and some huge companies have offices throughout the country, so there are some very prestigious career opportunities for graduates to head into.

Most importantly, Switzerland has one of the highest number of registered patents along with being the home country of plentiful Nobel Prize winners. But what makes Switzerland stand out globally is CERN, the ultimate European Organization for Nuclear Research!

Most importantly, Switzerland has one of the highest number of registered patents along with being the home country of plentiful Nobel Prize winners. But what makes Switzerland stand out globally is CERN, the ultimate European Organization for Nuclear Research!

Top Universities in Switzerland: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETHZ), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), University of Basel

Popular Courses in Switzerland: Hotel Management, Culinary Arts, Physics, Engineering

The Philippines

Being the World’s 3rd largest English speaking country, The Philippines places a great deal of importance on education. Its educational institutions follow the US college system, thus have a high academic calibre. Most importantly, The Philippines also is pretty good for pursuing Pathway courses, if you want to study in Australia or New Zealand.

Philippines is also the home to top universities in the fields of medicine, science, business, politics and arts.

Top Universities in The Philippines: University of the Philippines, University of St. Tomas, Ateneo De Manila University, Polytechnic University of the Philippines and De La Salle University

Popular Courses in The Philippines: Medical, Nursing, Business


The heart of Europe, Belgium, sustains an excellent healthcare system, an efficient public transport, an intense cultural scene and easy access to a range of sports. All the above mentioned aspects make the Belgian society renowned for its quality of life.

Moreover, Belgium also boasts of being a premier location with Germany, France and Denmark bordering around, thus, language barrier is negligible. In addition, people at Belgium are also fluent in English. Therefore, it is considered as the hub for international networking.

Belgium possesses a powerful research culture, and the interaction between the professor’s lessons and research activities enormously enhance the learning experience of the pupils. And likewise, Belgium possesses top-notch research institutes in a range of disciplines from biotechnology to aeronautics.

Top Universities in Belgium: KU Leuven, University of Ghent, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Vrije University Brussel, University of Antwerp, Universite de Liege

Popular courses in Belgium: Architecture, Psychology, Philosophy, History, Finance

The Netherlands

The Netherlands boasts of being the first non-speaking country to teach programmes in English. Dutch universities offer the largest number of English-taught programmes in continental Europe. Also, 95% of the Dutch speak English, so it’s easy to communicate in daily life.

The Dutch educational system is of high quality and Dutch universities are acknowledged worldwide for their well-designed, modern courses and facilities. The teaching style focuses on teamwork, which makes it easy for international students in the Netherlands to meet Dutch people as well as other international students.

Most importantly, one of the world’s biggest multinationals, including Philips, Heineken, KLM, Shell, ING and Unilever, are Dutch. Holland is a world leader in many areas of expertise, including agriculture, water management, art & design, logistics and sustainable energy.

Top Universities in The Netherlands: University of Amsterdam, Leiden University, Utrecht University, Masstricht University

Popular Courses in The Netherlands: Agriculture, Civil Engineering, Arts and Architecture, Medicine, Business Studies, Remote Sensing

IV.Popular Careers Abroad: Management, Business, Medical Sciences, Engineering, Law