Chess is a very interesting game, but it requires a lot of concentration and practice to play it. Your interest in this game is proof of your mental ability towards this game, it is a good thing that you have made a goal of taking yourself to the international level in chess, just with a little hard work and knowledge you can become a chess international player.
To begin with, you should join some chess club or institution from which you can work on the present ability of your interest and also you can further enhance your talent. To begin with, you should participate in small level competitions, after which your level will automatically increase.
Any chess player has to get at least 2500 "Elo rating" to become a Grand Master. The title of Grand Master is given by the World Chess Federation, the highest institution of chess. It is considered to be the highest title in the chess world. The player who wins it once keeps this title with him for the whole life, that is, he can put it in front of his name.
Also, to become a Grand Master, the player must earn at least 2 "Grandmaster Norm" in a tournament which has at least 27 games or 9 rounds, and at least 3 other Grand Master players are participating in this tournament. It also has a condition that every round of the game must have a thinking time of at least 120 minutes.
In addition to these, a player can achieve this title if he wins any World Championship, World Junior Championship, or World Senior Championship. If a player completes these qualifications or rating points, the World Chess Federation, the highest institution of chess, gives him the title of Grand Master. In a year many people can be given the title of Grand Master.