Apply to countries where education is free such as Germany, Austria and Norway. These countries do not any charge tuition fees.
Select a country with a low cost of living as managing expenses is a difficult task for international students abroad.
Choose a course relevant to your previous qualifications. It will help you get a student visa and financial aid in your respective field of study.
Score high in tests required for study abroad admissions such as Language Proficiency Tests and Standardized Tests like GMAT or GRE.
Having good scores can help you get a scholarship in various countries.