Welcome!!! You have recently received your final result. What is the next step?
Where to start?
You are right at the very beginning of your search, what and where to study? This career path is a simple guide to help you go through each important step that you need to think of to start your search and help you make the right choice! Good luck
What to study?
You may have many questions and doubts about your future studies! This is normal and there is no need to panic at this stage. Visit istudy.mu, this web site has been developed to help you learn about studies, compare the different options and hopefully make your right choice. If you need any help send us a request.
There are many open days and students fairs that are organized throughout the year either at schools or at public places. It is important to visit them, meet and interact with all institutions and universities. You should prepare a list of questions and make sure to receive your answers. Please check our exhibition calendar to know the different dates and venues. Universities are normally very willing to help. You should short list your choice of University now and ask them for their Prospectuses. Visit our list of Universities and get in touch with them!
The cost of studying varies enormously on the choice of subject, Universities as well as the countries! It is important to know the budget that each of us can afford and to search accordingly. Check all cost of courses as wll as compare by countries ... Unfortunately, very often finance remains the biggest issue when making our choice of studies! We all know how expensive studies can be. Visit our Finance page and check the different ways of financing available to us in Mauritius.
There are many scholarships which are offered by different Universities and institutions. You should search for scholarships which should help you finance your studies! Check our section on the full list of scholarships available.
Where to go?
You should inform yourself in advance about the country. Each country is different and has its own requirements, you should carefully get informed about all visa requirements and procedures, permits, documents that you need and mainly how long does it take to get clearance.
It is very important to make sure you look at the overall ranking of the universities you will choose. Is the university recognised as well as the course you will be doing? Read reviews, blogs, ranking, references and any other source which can confirm the validity of the University.
Application and Interviews
It is also good to apply to more than one University so as to get better chances to be accepted. You should get prepared for interviews as well as some Universities might meet before final approval! Visit our tips under 'Stage' section to learn how to do an interview as well as to write a personal statement when submitting you application?
Upon application approval, you must start looking for accommodation. Normally the University will help and advise you. However, references and reviews also remain very important.
Internships are very useful. Gaining a maximum of working experience during your studies can only be beneficial. Visit our full list of internships offers and apply directly.
DELF - Les questions les plus fréquentes
by Dylan K AppaduDELF - Les questions les plus fréquentes
- DELF, c'est quoi au juste?
DELF c'est l'acronyme pour Diplome D'Étude en Langue Française. Ce diplôme est delivré par l'Alliance Française de Maurice pour les étudiants détenteurs de la HSC. Cet examen est bien évidemment obligatoire pour tous les étudiants mauriciens voulant poursuivre leurs études en France.
08 April 2015
Why choosing chemical and environmental engineering as study?
by keshav soomareeWhen i first registered for the course of chemical and environmental engineering at the university of Mauritius, one of the frequently asked question was "Why choosing this particular subject".
Well personally the environment is of great concern to me, specially nowadays with the gradual depletion of our ecosystem. Since child i was fascinated...see more
05 March 2015
Université de la Réunion - Démarches à suivre si vous êtes titulaire de la HSC :)
by Dylan K AppaduComment s'inscrire à l'Université de la Réunion - HSC?
D'abord, sachez que pour les mauriciens ayant le diplôme de la HSC, les inscriptions se font par le biais de Campus France Maurice
- Oui, je connais déjà Campus France Maurice, comment faire exactement?
Normalement, toutes les inscriptions dans les Universités Françaises se font approximativement,...see more
18 February 2015
Mon expérience à la Réunion - De A à Z :)
by Dylan K AppaduOté comment il est?
Je m'appelle Dylan, actuellement étudiant en L1 Sciences Économiques à l'Université de la Réunion.
J'ai décidé de mettre en avant mon expérience sur iStudy.mu afin d'informer tous étudiants Mauriciens titulaire d'un BAC Français/HSC qui souhaiteraient s'inscrire à l'Université de la Réunion.
Notez que les informations que je publie peuvent dès fois être...see more
18 February 2015
Et pourquoi pas La Réunion ?
by Adrien FrEdOté, Alon bat karé !
Je m’appelle Adrien, actuellement je suis étudiant en Licence 3 en Information-Communication a l’Université de la Réunion. Que dire de la Réunion ? Si ce n’est qu’on a l’impression d’être a Maurice avec une touche de France dedans. On s’y sent bien et on s’y intègre rapidement.
Mon parcours...see more
16 February 2015
Visa for South Africa
by Yannick PilotRegistration:
First of all, you will have to translate your school leaving exam results ( if it is from a french system ) and it must be certified by a notary "etude". Afterwards, you will have to send that certified copy to the Matriculation Board in Pretoria ( if asked by...see more
06 February 2015
Life in Perth
by Francois AudibertI applied for my visa in Mauritius and I needed to bring the university acceptation letter, proof of accommodation, bank statements together with the application for the visa, and it took around one month for me to obtain my visa. In order to finance my studies, I took a student...see more
19 January 2015
My academic journey
by Francois AudibertI heard about Curtin University from my friends in Mauritius. After doing some research on this university, I found out that it was very well located with plenty of space. It is also considered as the biggest university in Western Australia with a total number of students well over the...see more
19 January 2015
Pre-departure to Australia
by Vasisht SeetapahAfter I had decided to go to Australia to finish my studies, I contacted OVEC agency to choose a suitable university for me. Having been accepted to the program, I had no difficulty in obtaining a visa. The visa is valid for the duration of the degree and OVEC did...see more
18 January 2015
Life in Australia
by Vasisht SeetapahI am studying a BsC in Natural Science at Edith Cowan University (ECU). I have always been interested in environmental science and it was a degree that will enable me to later work in this field. I am specializing in Conservation Biology and Marine Sciences. One of the best feature...see more
18 January 2015
Avant le grand départ
by Ann OnymePour les procédures de visa, je n’ai rien eu à faire car je suis de nationalité française et j’ai bénéficié d’une bourse sur critères sociaux.
Je me suis inscrite à cette université car ma sœur était dans cette même université. Ce qui m’a attiré au Panthéon-Sorbonne c’est la grande connaissances et...see more
18 January 2015
La vie à Paris
by Ann OnymeLa première année je suis allé dans un foyer. Le foyer international des étudiants dans le 5ème arrondissement de Paris. Puis de la 2ème à la 4ème année je suis allée en appartement. Les frais mensuels variaient entre 500 et 700 euros sachant qu’en France l’état rembourse une petite partie...see more
18 January 2015
Studying in Mauritius
by Ann AuneemI heard about the University of Mauritius (UoM) during career guidance fairs and my friends heard about it there too. There’s a lot of facilities for the students, for instance, free wi-fi, libraries, student corner where we can play cards, domino, pool etc. As an athlete having a gymnasium is...see more