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5 BENEFITS OF STUDYING NURSING IN THE UK

As the current situation continues to unfold, the importance of medical professions becomes more evident. We read stories and news daily about the heroism of the nurses and doctors who work long hours to control COVID-19 and save people’s lives. These stories are inspiring to many of us , and…

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Things to do during lock-down that can help you prepare for abroad studies

Right now, you’re probably just sitting at home and thinking that the COVID-19 situation has put all your study abroad plans on hold. If you’re just waiting around for things to get better, why not use this precious time to do some research and make a fresh plan?? After all,…

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5 NEW AUSTRALIAN VISA CHANGES FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Australia recently introduced new immigration changes in 2020 in light of COVID 19. What are those changes for international students?  On 20th July the Australian Government announced a number of changes in the student visa arrangements to support international students. These five visa changes are an attempt of the Morrison…

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The UK has introduced the new PBS Immigration System: What should I know?

On July 2020, the UK announced further details on a new points- based immigration system that will take effect from 1 January 2021. It is subjected to come into action, once the freedom of movement with the European Union (EU) ends after which EU and non-EU citizens will be treated equally.…

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2. How to study freely in Australia with scholarships?

If you are looking to attend university in Australia, you are probably greatly concerned about how much it is going to cost you to attend. The good news is, Australia offers a lot of money to international students – upwards of $500 million AUD per year. There are literally hundreds…

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Be Safe From CORONA Virus

We would like to suggest that everyone is safe from fast-spreading coronavirus. It has been warned that the spread of the deadly coronavirus is expected to accelerate, raising concerns about an epidemic that has killed over 80 people in China and affected a dozen other countries, including the United States,…

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NOC (NO Objection Certificate)

If you are planning to go abroad for your studies from Nepal, you need a No Objection Certificate (NOC) to pay your tuition to the desired college or university. No objection letter is a legal consent letter issued by the Ministry of Education (Keshar Mahal) that it does not have…

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Study in UK? Must familiarize with UKVI system

  United Kingdom (UK) is known for one of the most attractive destination for international students. Among the five English speaking countries in the world; USA, Canada, UK, Australia & New Zealand, the UK ranked second in the list of most preferable destination for abroad study. The statistic of survey…

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Statement of Purpose (SOP) Guidelines – Australia

The Statement of Purpose is an important aspect when it comes to your dream to study in Australia. A well-written statement of purpose can help your application stand out amongst the pool of applicants, making you fulfil your desire to study in an Australian institutions. Along with grades, achievements…

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BREXIT IMPACT ON NON-EU STUDENTS IN THE UK

Brexit - an abbreviation for ‘British Exit’ from EU is the withdrawal of Britain from European Union (EU). The topic of Brexit has been dominating the U.K. political landscape since the referendum announcement in 2016. It has brought about various speculations and views regarding different aspects in the United Kingdom…

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SKILLED MIGRATION POINT TEST SYSTEM IN AUSTRALIA

SKILLED MIGRATION POINT TEST – SKILLED VISA POINTS TEST (189/190/489 Visa) The online skilled migration points test (PR points Calculator) is a useful way to calculate your likely score in the Skilled Migration Points test in 2019. You would need to score a minimum of 65 points (as of 8…

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Reasons to study in Australia

Excellence Australia offers an educational experience that makes a real difference. It provides a unique kind of education and a learning style that encourages one to be innovative, creative and think independently.  You’ll learn to work as part of a team, to communicate effectively with others and to develop the…

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All about SSVF, is it a bogus or an oppertunity?

Streamlined Visa Processing (SVP) was initially introduced for Australian universities in March 2012 to support the sustainable growth of the international education sector. Under SVP, students benefit from lower evidentiary requirements, regardless of their country of citizenship, and generally receive simpler and quicker visa processing. The student visa program reached…

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