FAQ's - Study Abroad

  • Personal counseling to select the best course and country for studying.
  • Securing admission for the selected course in the best Institutions.
  • Helping in securing education bank loans if needed.
  • Assisting in Visa submissions and Interviews
  • Flight booking advice
  • Airport pickup and Accommodation finding service
There are numerous benefits to studying abroad, both academic and personal. On an academic level, you will become a well-rounded student by taking courses not offered on campus, or those similar to on-campus courses with a different academic context. You can also develop new intellectual pursuits, improve both your foreign language and English communication skills, or begin a new language. You will become more self-reliant and resourceful, make new friends, learn about your heritage or gain new perspectives on your identity, and delve into local arts, culture, cuisine, and sports. You will also make your resume more attractive to future employers because you will improve your interpersonal skills, and you can even gain international internship or volunteer experience. You’ve probably already thought a lot about where you had like to study abroad and what kinds of amazing food you’ll get to eat while being there. But there so much more to the experience: Living and studying abroad will prepare you for life in ways that no other opportunity can. Study abroad program isn’t just a trip to a foreign country its a life-enriching experience that will help you learn about yourself and the world we live in.
Some programs are more competitive than others, due to higher GPA requirements or enrollment limits. While it is rare that students are not able to participate in the program of their choice, we do advise students applying to competitive programs to choose a backup as well.
Under new work permit regulations, international graduates with specific skills will be able to stay and work. Many students get a job in big companies as their head quarters are present mostly around the universities
That is difficult to generalize as it can vary from course to course. But for Engineering you are easily looking at 80% in top universities and 70% in the next level of universities. But you can get admission with 60% and above as well. For business studies and social sciences sometimes the marks required are the same or a little more. Basically it depends upon how much in demand a course in a particular University.
All the universities require the IELTS for admissions. All leading business schools across the world need the GMAT for admissions (some of them will now accept the GRE as well).
Applications are accepted for two sessions fall and winter. Applications are due the semester prior to studying and are available at the Office of Overseas Studies at the beginning of the semester in which they are due. For some programs, applications are accepted on a rolling basis and may be submitted prior to the deadline.
Universities abroad consider various factors such as previous academics, entrance test scores, work experience, application documents and so on while assessing an application for admission and scholarships; hence, it is imperative to have a well rounded profile.
An Average fees at UK universities is around 10,000 pounds per-year and average fees at Canadian universities is around CA$ 20,000 per year. Fees may vary from university to university and country to country, hence you must check with each university individually for their fee structure. Fees for MBA courses may be higher.
Students, who are financially weak but keen on studying abroad, can avail of funding resources such as need based grants from universities, grants from trusts, and bank loans. Remember, not every university gives financial aid and hence you should check the financial aid regulations before you apply to universities. Additionally, in India, you can consider approaching various scholarship grants been offered to students who are seeking education abroad.
For loans, most Indian banks now provide up to 20 lakh education loan and some state banks will offer you a certain amount of the loan (generally 7.5 lakh) without any collateral or security and offer good interest rates as well. Please contact individual banks to get an idea. Having said this, it is best to plan your finances well, before you make any decision.
Scholarships are competitive and awarded to the most deserving students. Naturally, such awards are very competitive. Universities abroad consider various factors such as previous academics, entrance test scores, work experience, application documents and so on while assessing an application for admission and scholarships; hence, it is imperative to have a well-rounded outstanding profile before you apply. Such awards are available generally at the Masters level only. Also, there are good number of scholarships available for students who wishes to apply for undergrad studies.
Yes. students are legally permitted to work on a part time basis during the term time. Earnings through part time cut short your expenses. But its important that any work undertaken should not interfere with your studies.
You can make the payment of your tuition fees through wire transfer/ credit cards/ bank transfers/ cheques. For this, you will need your university bank account information. The preferred method is bank transfer for safe and secured paying of fees.
It depends on your nationality. Indian students who do not have nationality of the applying country will require a valid visa to gain entry in the country. We provide reliable guidance to students regarding visa procedures.

Students need to prove that they have an unconditional offer on a full time course, proof of accommodation, sufficient funds (liquid assets) to cover the entire cost of studying and living in that country and that they intend to return home on completion of their course. The following documents are required for a student VISA:

  • Completed VISA application form with passport size photographs.
  • Valid passport (in original)
  • Visa Fee (non- refundable)
  • Letter of unconditional acceptance from overseas education institution for a full time course
  • Proof of funding (ie bank statement, details of securities held, chartered accountants certification, I Tax clearance, letter from sponsor etc.)
  • Attested copies of education certificates and English language test (IELTS) score sheet (if applicable)
  • Proof of accommodation in that country
For the student visa, as long as you have an admission offer from an accredited university and are able to show sufficient funds to cover your education and living, it should not be a problem. Just be honest when you apply for your visa.
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