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Higher education is not a luxury but a necessity nowadays. In this competitive world, it takes at least a Bachelor’s degree to find a decent job. Not only getting admitted to a university is everything, it is equally important that you chose the right one. There are over 25,000 universities in the world. Not each one of them is equally recognized. Just imagine, what will happen if, after graduation, you get to know that your university is not even legally registered? To avoid such mishaps, you have to know every little thing about a university before you start your admission process there.

Alluniversity.info provides a one-stop guideline for students who want to study abroad or pursue higher education within their own countries. Here you can search for any University in the world and see all the basic information at a glance. This site also can redirect you to the official websites of your desired universities. Here you can find a list of top universities of the world as well as top universities of various countries. This website contains many useful articles about scholarships, student loans, job opportunities and insurance policies for students, tuition fees and living expenses in different countries.

World's Top Universities

Interested to study in world's top universities? Following is a list of top 10 universities based on QS World University Ranking of 2021. Click on a university to find detailed information.

Latest Articles

Following is a list of latest 7 articles related to universities and higher education published on this website.

Find details on the top 10 universities in India, a popular destination of South Asian students for higher education. [Read More]
The Chinese government has invested heavily on research and higher education. There are so many great universities in the country, but here is the top 10 in the list. [Read More]
Tertiary education in Canada is not free especially for international students, but it is affordable compared to the United States, United Kingdom, New Zealand, and Australia. The average undergraduate foreign student pays C$11,903 annually. [Read More]
There are myriads of work permit programs for foreign students. Working in Canada as an international student can open doors of opportunities for the future. International students can work 20 hours a week during academic sessions and full-time or 40 hours during vacation or scheduled breaks such as winter, summer, and spring breaks. [Read More]
The type of health insurance you will get will depend mainly on the province you are going. Every province has its own health care rules and eligibility requirements for residents. So, your duty as an international student is to know the health care requirements of the area you intend going, this will help you to apply for the suitable one. [Read More]
The advantages of studying in Canada are multiple; one of it is that you will enjoy a valuable Canadian work experience both during and after your program. There are also great immigration options for foreign students that have completed their tertiary education programs. [Read More]
New rules for international students have been established in Canada's education system. This is aimed at protecting the country's global academic reputation and to minimize the potential for misuse or fraud of the program. The new rule took effect from June 1, 2014. [Read More]
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Top Countries to Study

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