What is the procedure to study MS in CSE Abroad


Many students are making an effort to study MS abroad for their master’s degree. Different reasons cause them to choose to study NS abroad, could be because of better resources abroad, a search for adventure or even better training opportunities. No matter the reason, it is important that you understand the procedure involved beforehand to ease your stress during the application process.

Studying MS in CSE abroad

CSE stands for Child Sexual Exploitation, certain countries do not offer the course and thus if your area of interest lies along with this, and your country’s universities do not offer the course, you will need to apply for the MS in abroad. You will find a wide range of universities where you can study your masters in CSE either online, part-time or even full time; the choice comes down to you. Depending on your initial reason to study abroad, you will then choose the right university and the right study time that best suits you.

Documents you will need to apply for a master’s degree abroad

  1. An application form -This is your way of letting the particular university you choose that you are interested in taking up a particular course.
  2. Academic documents, including the degree certificate, academic transcripts, etc.
  3. Recommendation letter
  4. Statement of purpose – a brief essay about you and your career goals.
  5. A resume
  6. IELTS/TOEFL Score Sheets and other language tests
  7. Passport
  8. Financial documents
  9. Previous Work experience documents
  10. Student visa

Some requirements vary depending on the country you choose to study,forexample, in the US you will need an F1 visa form while in the UK you will need a study visa form.

The procedure to apply to study masters in CSE abroad

  1. Start the process early enough; give yourself at least six months of preparation. This is to say that you need to start the application process six months before the start of the course.
  2. Research on the universities you are interested in and make a list.
  3. Download application forms for all the universities on your list and fill them in.
  4. Ensure you have all the required documents for the application process; you may need to contact your former lecturer for a letter of recommendation among other documents.
  5. Once you have completed filling in the application forms, post them and wait for a reply from the university. You must ensure you have filled the forms appropriately to maximise success.
  6. Check your financial status and decide how you want to finance your master’s degree; if you need education loans, then it is not too early to start searching and applying.
  7. After you have received replies from the universities, start looking for scholarships both from the university as well as from external sources.
  8. You will then receive your offer letter from the university,and you can now start your loan process or your self-finance process depending on your choice at financing your education.
  9. Then obtain your CAS letter, with your CAS letter you can then apply for your student visa.
  10. After you have obtained your student visa, you can then buy your tickets,and you are good to go.

In your application process, you must choose your agency carefully, preferably choose an agency that does not ask for payments as most likely they are getting a commission from the university. They will help you during the whole application process, with the university type, course fees, and application requirements, obtaining your student visa and finding the available funding opportunities for you.