Many of you is dreaming to study abroad and finding many ways to get into it. India Today Education presents you popular destinations to study abroad other than India. Take a look: Singapore:A high-quality education hub close to home, it provides multi-cultural exposure for students, as well as excellent work opportunities with leading international companies (most of which have their South Asia headquarters in Singapore). Singapore is best known for its business, finance, engineering and computer science courses. Animation and design courses in Singapore are highly in demand. Singapore offers interesting combinations between media and information technology at the undergraduate level including Digital Design and Media, Communications Design and Digital Media Marketing. US:The world’s leading courses in liberal arts, engineering, medicine and computer science are offered at the US. But the real opportunity lies in specialised undergraduate courses like those in Industrial Design, Adventure Sports Management, Sports Science, Martial Arts, Exercise Science etc. For students who wish to explore the road less taken, the US has options for everyone as well as friendly visa policies allow you to explore jobs for up to 18 months after your undergraduate course ends. UK:Still home to leading universities and colleges whose degrees have international recognition (apart from Oxford and Cambridge), the only challenge the UK offers is the slow job growth in the economy. Several students return to India to look for jobs and the brightest, of course, enjoy the great English weather and access to jobs across the Eurozone!Some other leading international destinations include:advertisement Ireland:Fast becoming the technological hub for the Eurozone, it offers leading courses in engineering, computers, medicine and business. Germany:The country has long been a great destination for engineers and doctors. The German government is encouraging international students to apply for such business-based courses through free undergraduate education as well as courses offered in English. The immigrant crisis makes this a destination to watch over the next year for political and social stability before one makes a commitment there. Hong Kong:China is where the growth is, especially in business, with leading multi-national expanding to Chinese markets. Hong Kong offers some excellent business and finance courses. Learning Chinese is important (and tough) but the returns are tremendous. Australia:Consistently rated very high as one of the best places to live in in the world, Australia offers easier permanent residency as well as excellent courses across the fields of humanities, business and hospitality. Consider Australia if you are keen to settle down abroad.So what gets you ticking? There’s a whole world out there to find your music and dance to your own tune!With inputs from Richa Dwivedi Saklani (CEO and Co-Founder, inomi)For more updates, follow India Today Education.READ: Are you a problem solver? Here are career options you can choose from!