When is the right time for submitting an application to the Universities?
The providers in different countries have their own intakes throughout the year along with the admission deadlines. You must start your application at least 3-4 months to not miss the deadlines.
What are the entry requirements to be accepted into a course?
Every University has its set of eligibility criteria which mostly includes minimum academic requirements, English language and entrance test requirements, relevant work experience etc.
Can one work while studying overseas?
International students are allowed to work for 20 hours per week during term days and full time during holidays. It can also be dependent on the course you are studying and the duration.
What are Sandwich and Foundation programs?
Sandwich programs are made-up of a combination of periods of study and time spent in Industry. The course duration extends to 4-years instead of the usual 3-years, for all bachelors courses. Foundation programs are of a 1-year length and are tailored for students as an alternative route if they have low qualifications than required for direct entry to Bachelor program.
What is financial aid?
Financial aid is a means by which students can reduce or eliminate the expenses that they will incur in the course of their education overseas.
What are tuition-waivers?
Tuition waivers are awards that waive one's tuition fees. These could range from partial to complete tuition waivers.
When are the intakes?
The major intakes vary according to the country. Usually there are 3 intakes for most destinations.
What is the accepted gap? Does a gap year affect my academic profile?
The maximum accepted academic gap is 1 year. Sufficient evidences that explain the gap will not affect the academic profile.
I have good percentage in my SLC and Bachelor but my +2 grades are really low. Will it create any issue while applying for abroad education?
Progressive academic results are best preferred while applying for abroad education. However if the latest academic results meet the requirements then an explanation on why the scores were low during high school has to mentioned in the academic history of personal statement or statement of purpose.
What is the total number of back papers accepted?
Usually the total number of accepted back papers is 10 in your Bachelor degree.
Is TOEFL/IELTS compulsory? If yes, what is the minimum score requirement?
English Proficiency Test such as TOEFL/ IELTS or PTE is mandatory for admission procedure. The minimum requirement for undergraduate is IELTS 6.0/ TOEFL 80 and PTE 51 while for postgraduate level, it is IELTS 6.5/ TOEFL 90 and PTE 58.
Do you offer TOEFL/IELTS or PTE classes?
We offer IELTS and PTE classes in various shifts. Our instructors are certified professionals and we offer abundant resources, free mock test and trial classes.
How long will it take to get offer letter?
Depending on the country of application, the duration for offer letter can range from two days to two weeks.
What are the required documents that I need to submit for starting my application process?
The mandatory documents required for application procedure to any country are: Academic credentials, English proficiency test results, Passport and Recommendation letter.
What is Post Study Work (PSW)?
Post Study Work (PSW) is a visa stream which allows international students to work for a certain period after their graduation.
What is Permanent Residency (PR)?
Permanent Residency is the person’s resident status in a country of which they are not citizen but have the right to reside on permanent basis. Various countries have their own set of rules for the scheme.
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What are the benefits of studying in Australia?
Australia offers wide-ranging study options with more than 1,200 institutions and over 22,000 courses. It offers quality education along with scholarship opportunities.
What are the different study levels that we can apply for to pursue higher education in Australia?
You can apply for undergraduate, postgraduate & research courses. There are also vocational education and training (VET) courses.
What are the entry requirements for Australia?
You will need to meet Academic requirements, English language requirements, Evidence of funds to support your study and Overseas student health cover for the admission in Universities and Visa application.
What is CRICOS?
CRICOS is Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students that assures that the course and the institution at which you want to study meets the high standards expected by international students to study in Australia.
What can be the cost of studying in Australia?
The cost of studying in Australia depends on the course, its level and the provider which can vary from AUD 8,000 to AUD 25,000 per year for Undergraduate and AUD 16,000 to AUD 30,000 per year for Postgraduate studies.
Are any scholarships available for international students in Australia?
There are many scholarships, grants, and bursaries offered by the Australian Government, education institutions, and a number of other public and private organizations to support international students with their studies in Australia.
Can we work while studying in Australia?
As an international student in Australia you can work for up to 40 hours per fortnight while your course is in session, and unlimited hours during vacation.
What type of accommodation is available for international students in Australia?
There are on-campus as well as off-campus accommodation facilities available for international students in Australia including homestays, residential homes, rental or shared apartments.
Do international students need a health cover in Australia?
As an international student, you need to have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the entire duration of your study in Australia.
What Are The Major Intakes Of Admission At Australian Universities?
February and July intakes are considered as major intakes at Australian Universities. Few universities do accept students during summer term
How Many Major Fields Of Study Are Available In Australia?
There are over 200 major fields of study to choose from. Australia is one among very few nations in the world to offer different programs as per student choice.
What Is ELICOS or EAP?
ELICOS (English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students) or EAP (English for Academic Purpose) are the English preparatory courses for students who do not meet the direct English requirement of the desired course. Based on the requirement it can range from 5 to several weeks.
Do I need a visa to study in Australia?
Yes, you have to apply for a student visa to study in Australia. We will assist you in the entire admission and visa application procedure.
What is Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE)?
Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) is a letter issued by the university or education provider in Australia in support of the visa application. It identifies the course you are going to study, student and course details and tuition paid.
What is Vocational Education and Training (VET)?
Vocational Education and Training (VET) is the skill delivery program focused on training for the industry and generating skills. It consists of Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma qualifications.
What is the minimum education qualifications required?
For entry into Bachelor level, minimum 2.8 GPA with IELTs 6.0 is required while for Master level, minimum 2.4 GPA with IELTS 6.5 is the pre-requisite.
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What’s the difference between a college and a university?
Colleges in U.S. offer only undergraduate degrees whereas universities offer undergraduate as well as graduate degrees, but the terms are often used interchangeably.
What is the academic calendar for universities in the United States?
The academic year for universities in the United States is usually from August to May. The major intakes are in August and January while few offer programs in May.
What is the credit system in U.S. universities?
A credit is a value assigned to each course reflecting the number of hours the class will meet the professor each week.
What is a GPA?
Grade Point Average (GPA) is a numeric indicator for a student's academic performance which is calculated on a scale of 4.0.
Can you work while studying in the United States?
As an international student you may work on campus up to 20 hours/week in the first year of study in US and can apply to work off-campus in the subsequent years only with due permission of the International Student Office under CPT or OPT.
What are the English Language Proficiency tests accepted in the USA?
U.S. universities accept English proficiency test such as: Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), and the Pearson Test of English (PTE).
What are the Standardized Tests for USA?
SAT and ACT are the standardized tests for Undergraduate level while GMAT and GRE are for Postgraduate level.
What is the difference between a F-1 and J-1 visa?
An F-1 visa is a student visa that is needed to study at a college, school or university in the USA. A J-1 visa is for an exchange student for temporary stay in the USA.
What are the popular courses in the USA?
STEM (Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects are mostly opted by international as well as domestic students in the USA. However, Psychology, Business Administration, Education, Economics and Political Science are certain other popular courses.
Are any scholarships available for international students in USA?
Scholarships and grants are usually awarded to international students in USA on the basis of merit, need or any other exceptional excellence like proficiency in sports, cultural activities or a remarkable contribution in community service. The Standardized Test scores play a vital role in U.S. universities granting scholarships.
Is Only TOEFL Applicable For USA or can I also Take IELTS?
Yes, higher education in USA can also be done by taking the IELTS instead of TOEFL. 2500 universities have started accepting IELTS, these universities being the top ones.
What is the difference between "Undergraduate" and "Graduate" degrees?
Undergraduate degree are the Bachelor level courses while Graduate degree is Master level course.
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What is special about the UK education system?
The UK education system gives you the liberty to combine courses and subjects from different areas of studies and tailor the degree as per your own needs and interest. It is globally recognized and accepted worldwide by educators and employers.
What is the academic calendar for universities in the United Kingdom?
The standard academic year starts in September or October and runs until June or July while the Postgraduate courses often run from September to September. The usual intake is September and January while few programs are offered in May intake as well.
Do international students get scholarships in UK?
Numerous scholarships, bursaries and grant schemes are on offer for international students and depending on your nationality, you may be eligible for a loan or financial support also from the UK government. Many institutions also offer their own financial assistance.
Can I work in the UK on a study visa?
You can take a part-time job, work placement or internship alongside your studies in UK. As an international student you can work 20 hours per week during term time and full time during vacation.
Are Internships available for international students in UK?
May be available as part of your course.
What type of accommodation is available for students in UK?
You can stay in the halls of residence that are on-site or nearby the university or college or rent your own accommodation. You can also opt for a shared living accommodation.
What would be the average annual cost to study in UK?
The average annual tuition in UK can range from GBP 10,000 to GBP 18,000 depending on the course level, subject of study and the provider.
Do international students need private medical insurance in UK?
International students do not need private medical insurance when studying in the UK. It will cost just £300 per year to gain access to the NHS and this cost has to be paid during your visa application.
What are the standardized test requirements for international students to study in UK?
The standardized test requirements will vary for international students depending on the program. The acceptable English Language test are: IELTS, TOEFL or PTE.
What is the cost of living in UK ?
The living expenses is estimated to be GBP 1015 for outside London while GBP 1265 for inside London for a month.
What is a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS)?
The Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) is a virtual document, shows that your education provider is confident that you are capable of doing the course of study for which you have applied, will act as your “Tier 4 sponsor” and accepts responsibility for you while you are in the UK. The CAS includes information about you, the course, and the documents you submitted that led to the offer of a place.
What are the academic requirements to study in UK?
The academic requirement to study at an Undergraduate level is completion of Year 12 or equivalent with 60% or above. Similarly for the Postgraduate level, it is 55% or above at Bachelor’s degree from recognized University.
What is the Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS)?
Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) is a certificate required for Postgraduate students who are applying to study in certain sensitive subjects, the knowledge of which can be used in program either in developing weapons of mass destruction or their delivery.
Can I bring my dependants with me?
Tier 4 (General) Students can bring their partner and/or children (also known as dependants) to the UK with them if they are applying to study a full time course at RQF level 7 or lasting 9 months or more.
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What are the popular study fields in New Zealand?
The popular study fields in New Zealand are: Business and Management, Information Technology, Engineering and Technology, Construction, Architecture and Built Environment, Health, Operations and Logistics & Hospitality and Tourism.
What are the types of providers in New Zealand?
New Zealand has a flexible education system, with a wide range of Institutions. There are Universities, Polytechnics and Private Institutions delivering a range of course.
Which is the major cities where international students study in New Zealand?
Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch are the main popular and happening cities where international students usually prefer to study in New Zealand.
Are New Zealand qualifications valued globally?
Yes, New Zealand qualifications are recognized and valued internationally. They have reputation of producing skilled graduates with high satisfaction.
How much does it cost to study in New Zealand?
Tuition fees for international students to study in New Zealand depends on the Institution, program, place and duration of study. On an average the fee ranges from $17,000- -$35,000 per year based on the Institution and program.
What is the cost of living in New Zealand?
The cost of living depends on the place you choose to live in, as accommodation and living expenses differ across the country. However, a standard reasonable amount is NZD 15000 per year.
How can I get a scholarship to study in New Zealand?
What are the English language requirements to study in New Zealand?
The English language requirements vary based on the institution and the academic level of the course. It is advisable to check with the individual providers.
How can I get a visa to study in New Zealand?
You would need a student visa for New Zealand if you want to study for more than three months. You need to have a valid unconditional letter of admission from a NZQA accredited Institution and provide supporting documents of required finances required towards tuition fees and living & accommodation cost for duration of stay in New Zealand.
Can I work while studying in New Zealand?
As an international student, you will be able to work up to 20 hours a week during term time and full-time i.e. 40 hours a week during scheduled holidays. If you are a Masters by research or PhD student, you may be able to work full-time during term time as well as during scheduled holidays.
Under which condition can I qualify for a New Zealand Resident Visa?
The Permanent Resident visa is determined on a point based system. Any work experience gained after studying in New Zealand will help you to garner valuable points to qualify for Permanent Residency.
What Are The Accommodation Arrangements available in New Zealand?
There are options of on campus and off campus accommodations that include: residence halls and dormitories, hostels, private renting or homestay. The cost can range from NZ$ 140 to NZ$ 390 depending on the accommodation type or location.
Can my spouse accompany me to New Zealand?
Your spouse may accompany you to New Zealand or join you later. They must apply for and meet the normal requirements for the type of visa required (visitor, work, or student).
I Have Got A Student Visa And My Spouse Wants To Accompany Me To New Zealand. Can He / She Apply For A Work Visa?
Your spouse can apply for a work visa only if you are doing a postgraduate course in New Zealand or if you are studying a course towards qualifications in the Long term Skill Shortage List.
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I want to study in Japan, where do I apply?
There are tons of educational institutions that offer courses to international students in Japan. You can enroll in a university, junior or special training college, language preparatory educational institution or college of technology.
How do I get the student visa for visa?
The initial step is to receive “Certificate of Eligibility,” which is like a pre-screening done in Japan. In order to get this certificate, you will have to get a school to sponsor your visa application. Each school has their own entry requirements to fulfill. Once the certificate is sent to you, you’ll then need your passport, completed visa application form, one photograph (or two) and the Certificate of Eligibility (original and copy) for your visa application.
What are the accommodation options available in Japan?
In Japan, the accommodation for international students can be private housing which can be found through online sites and information magazines.
When are the major intakes in Japan?
Admissions in Japan usually open during the Spring (April) or Fall (September, October) terms. This may vary depending on the university/program.
How proficient in Japanese must I be to live in Japan?
For the most part, verbal communication in English is difficult. However, notices and signposts that you see in public transportation and commercial facilities are often displayed in both Japanese and English. Furthermore, most universities with English programs offer classes that teach you the Japanese essential for living in Japan.
Are there any scholarships for international students in Japan?
Other than the Japanese Government Scholarships for Foreign Students offered by the Ministry of Education, Japan Student Support Organization (JASSO), local authorities and international study abroad organizations as well as private student support organizations provide a variety of substantial scholarships for covering the study abroad students’ costs of living. Many universities also offer their own scholarship and tuition exemption systems.
What are the working provisions for international students in Japan?
As an international student, you can work for 28 hrs per week in Japan.
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How do I apply?
The foremost step is to fulfill the academic and English requirement to get admission in the desired course and university. It is advisable to apply before the deadlines with complete documents.
What does ECTS mean?
European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) is a method of measuring your study program as academic currency. ECTS is used all over Europe and enables you to easily compare study program and transfer your academic qualifications from one educational institution to another.
What types of courses, degrees and study program are there in Denmark?
There are Bachelor, Master and Top up degree available for international students in Business, Computer science and other related fields.
What types of Scholarship can I obtain as a student in Denmark?
There are limited scholarship opportunities offered by Danish Government and Universities. It can depend on your merits or the schemes.
What are the benefits of studying in Denmark?
There are many benefits for choosing Denmark:
Happiest Country in the World
Business hub of Europe
Advanced education system and globally recognized degree
Can I study in Denmark in English?
Many university offer programs in English where you can gain your academic degree easily.
Is IELTS a necessary requirement to study in Denmark?
Yes, IELTS is required to study in Denmark.
How much does it cost to study in Denmark?
For Non EU students, the tuition fees ranges from 45,000 DKK to 120,000 DKK per year per annum.
What are the work rights in Denmark for international students?
During study period, any international student can work up to 20 Hours per week.
What is VFS?
VFS is basically Visa Facilitation Services, it is an outsourcing and technology services company that serves governments and diplomatic missions worldwide. The company manages visa and passport issuance-related administrative and non-discretionary tasks for its client government.
Are there any Job Opportunities in Denmark after graduation?
Yes, there are ample job opportunities for working after graduation in Denmark based on your skills set.
What is the cost of living in Denmark?
Living in Denmark can cost around 800-1200 Euros/ Month.
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What are the requirements for admission into Canadian institutions?
The minimum academic requirement is 60% and IELTS requirement is 6.5 for both Undergraduate and Postgraduate.
Which study fields can we opt for in Canada?
There are various field of study such as: business, agriculture and agri-food, health, social services, broadcasting and journalism, hospitality and tourism, design, technology, sciences, information technology, engineering, environment, languages, and arts.
How much does it cost to study in Canada?
The average cost of study including tuition and living cost is CAD 25, 000 per year in Canada.
What type of accommodation will be available for students?
There are options of on-campus housing ranging from shared condominiums to dormitory-style housing or off-campus accommodations with rentals or shared apartments.
Are there any scholarships offered to international students in Canada?
Yes, there are scholarship schemes for international students in Canada. They are mostly offered by the universities without any particular application based on the eligibility benchmarks but at some institutions the students need to apply for the same.
Can international students work while studying in Canada?
International students can work while studying in Canada if they have a valid study permit and a Social Insurance Number (SIN). The students can work part time for 20 hours a week during term time and 40 hours i.e. full time during vacation.
Can international students apply for permanent residence?
The permanent resident visa is determined on a point based system. The work experience gained through the PGWPP will help you to garner valuable points to qualify for permanent residency in Canada.
What Is The Difference Between A University And A College?
Universities are educational institutions that offer a 4-year Bachelor’s degree programs; one to two years Master's degree and Doctoral or PhD programs. Community colleges are two-year institutions that offer technical or vocational courses, or courses for transfer to a university, leading to a Certificate or Diploma. These colleges do not generally offer degree programs.
What is the procedure to study in Canada?
The first step is to get admission to a Canadian Designated Learning Institution (DLI) recognized by the government of Canada. After receiving the letter of acceptance, you have to apply for study permit which is generally issued for the duration of person’s studies.
Which English language tests are accepted by Canadian institutions?
IELTS is the most preferred English language proficiency test accepted by almost all institutions in Canada. However, globally, Canadian institutions are open to accepting other proficiency tests as well such as PTE or TOEFL.
Are Canada qualifications recognized worldwide?
Yes, degrees from Canadian institutions are accepted worldwide and known for their quality of education.
I am an under 18 applicant. Is there any special requirement for me to study in Canada?
If you are under 18, you need to submit a custodian letter in your visa application along with the rest of your documents.
What is the difference between private and public post-secondary educational institutions in Canada?
The public universities are commonly independent from governmental monitoring and don’t require accreditation meanwhile private universities are commonly monitored by the state gathered education council.