Which is the best country from the following to study abroad and settle there. America, Australia, Canada, UK?

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Ray Dart Profile
Ray Dart answered

All have excellent education systems (despite what you might have heard).

My (small) experience suggests to me that the US system probably turns out people who are a bit more articulate than the others.

Vox pop interviews with educated American teenagers are not quite as punctuated with "erm", "like", "yunno" as are such conversations with similar Brits or Australians (can't speak for Canada).

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Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

Personally ? I think any of them would be a good place to study abroad. They all have their advantages in different ways !

Jacklin Jot Profile
Jacklin Jot answered

American Degrees are more beneficial than other countries. Because American Visa is only depend on the interview, and the most important the submission of fee is also different from other countries because after visa student have to deposit the fees not before the visa like other countries.

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Ray Dart
Ray Dart commented
You have to compare like with like.

A lot of European countries consider American degrees to be "a bit easy to obtain", (despite that fact that the underlying education is every bit as good as (or even better than) anywhere else).

Ivy League graduates will be welcome everywhere, as will Oxbridge graduates. That won't always apply to qualifications obtained at "lesser" universities.
Beatris Blumberg Profile

I'm definitely for UK.

Jason Levy Profile
Jason Levy answered

All have excellent education systems. But, I would like to suggest you to go America and i can also completed my graduation. I can lived in apartments in Montgomery with my friends. Really, America is the best and excellent education system.

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Luke Jadhav
Luke Jadhav commented
I have been looking for studying abroad and America is also one among the choice. I'm looking for a management diploma/degree and it seems coming to US is a bit difficult from India. I've gone through http://www.indiastudychannel.com/study-abroad/countries/ which says that from my country, it's a bit hard to get student visa processed for Europe or US as the current turmoil in middle east and South Asia has changed the policies of different countries regarding students programs.
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Chips Ters answered

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