Am I eligible to study abroad?
The academic requirements to study abroad will vary according to the level of education you want to pursue and the universities you apply for. All universities and schools can have different entry requirements, so read the course information on their websites carefully. You will eventually have to meet range of study requirements. Our counselors will help you at every step of the process by informing you about the requirements.
How much it will cost to study abroad?
The cost of studying abroad depends on the study program, length of your stay, city you live, lifestyle choices and miscellaneous expenses. According to visa policies some countries require you to have a minimum balance in your account. Therefore, it is beneficial to read the immigration policies beforehand. Students often work part time jobs to assist their finances along with college. Our counselors will guide you about the estimated cost of studying and living abroad.
How to decide my study program?
Start thinking about your interests and academic goal you want to achieve. Take time to do research and list down the study program that aligns with your interests. Look at the campus location, rankings, the amount of time you would like to spend away from home and the total cost of studying and living overseas. Our certified counselors will analyze your aptitude and help you choose the program that is most suitable for you.
How do I decide where to study?
With the advent of globalization you now have more choices than ever. Your destination will depend on the study program, rankings, campus location, lifestyle, accommodation and budget. If you plan to work after completing your studies it is advisable to check the migration policies of the destination countries. Our counselors will explain you the pros and cons of country and make sure that you choose what is right for you.
Will studying abroad help me in my career?
Studying abroad will open the doors for immense career opportunities after you complete the study program. You will have strong English communication skills and acquire fundamental skill set that will enable you to get your dream job. You will have experience in your field because study programs in abroad focus highly on practical application of theoretical knowledge.
What if I can’t afford to study overseas?
There are numerous scholarships available for international students. The amount of scholarship varies. Scholarships are competitive and you need to demonstrate exceptional academic achievements. Your counselor will help you to apply for various scholarships.
What is the difference between "Undergraduate" and "Graduate" degrees?
Undergraduate programs follow high school and lead to an associate (two-year) degree or a bachelor (four-year) degree. Graduate programs follow a bachelor’s degree and lead to a master’s or doctoral degree.
When do I start the preparations for studying abroad?
Early decisions help the candidates to understand the eligibility, process and apply to the best universities. To the undergraduate aspirants the best time to start the process is 11th Standard and the graduate aspirants as early as pre final year of their studies.
When should I apply or universities?
Every foreign university has a different intake period. The application process is long and therefore it is advisable to apply at least one year in advance for the respective intakes.
What is placement year?
A placement year is given to students to explore their career options, work and understand the professional environment, gather further professional training which would lead them to work on live projects. It is ideally a paid internship. However in many circumstances where a lot of experienced people in the market looking to work, even an unpaid placement with a well-recognised firm, adds a lot of value on your CV.