Most often the dilemma prospective students face is that they are indeed spoilt for choice. The wide and sometimes confusing array of courses can make it almost impossible to assess what is really right for you. It will help to shortlist your preferred institutions (perhaps 5 to 10) and do some in-depth research into the content of each course being considered.
This exercise will help to familiarise you with the course content, as well as the way that student assessments are done by each college/university, and thus whether you would be likely to qualify for admission. This will help to determine which course and which place of learning would best fit the student's academic and cultural needs.
A University/College/School Prospectus is the most helpful starting point with which to assess the university/college and courses, although they do not necessarily go into much detail. However, you can further explore the relevant subject with the Department or Faculty, most of whom publish information online.
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