To the recent years, Indian students were mostly opting to study in USA. Later that trend got shifted to United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand &,Canada respectively. However now the attitude shows an inclination towards Schengen countries viz Germany, Austria etc. Because of free education possibilities as also Australia because of the job opportunities prevailing there. Here you will get complete information about the foreign Universities, available courses, admission process and fees structure. We provide support for student visa, guidance on obtaining education loan and other essential factors as well.
Yes in some cases, it is highly required. While some cases it is not at required.
Most of the foreign universities take students in every six months, i.e. twice in a year in European & American countries ; in January and September and in Oceanic countries in February and July. However few universities take intakes in only September. In fact, that depends on the norms of certain institution and so we advice every student to get well aware of the detailed regulations of Universities or colleges, where they are opting to take admission. We have the latest information about session planning and admission procedure of the list of foreign Universities and colleges to help your way.
There are many English Proficiency Tests that measure your level of English. Different universities and colleges have different requirements of English test score. However, the most popular English tests to study abroad are IELTS &TOEFL. In some countries/universities apart from IELTS/TOEFL, GRE/GMAT too is mandatory. We have expert counselors to suggest you the best matching program as per the course and institution you have selected.
Admissions are granted purely on students academics. Students need to provide: CV,academic documents, any professional certifications, work experience if applicable,English language evidence, reference letters, SOP & Passport copy. Application fee is mandatory in almost all the universities across the globe. However when you lodge your application through established representative, many of the overseas universities, may not insist for the payment of application fee at the first instance. This condition might vary from country to country and from university to university.
Most of the education loans cover tuition fees, library fees, travelling expenses and accommodation expenses
a) You are a genuine student
b) Your main intention is to upgrade your skills and qualification
c) You are a meritorious student with language proficiency
d) You are financially capable to meet whole expenses related to your studies viz : Tuition fee, cost of living, travelling and other allied expenses
Most of the countries allow Students finishing their studies to stay back some time in that country for enabling them to search for a suitable job. The period of such allowance might range from 6 months to 3 years. In majority of those countries, once student get offered full time job offer in relevant area of study they might become eligible to apply for PR or Work Permit depending on some other parameters too.
- On Campus: College hostel’s (self catered or fully catered)
- Off Campus: Rent a Flat/ Apartment, Private Hostels, lodge or Motels
- Home stay: with families as per students preference
- Globally recognized international qualification
- You get involved in a developed country, mix-up with people from different walks of life, build-up strong world- wide friendship. Get familiarized with overseas cultures.... this all could develop your soft & technical skills and competence.
- You get advanced training with international work exposure.
- You get a chance to explore possibility of searching a well paid job matching with your profile.
- Identify the country, university/college , best suits with your interest
- Study the prevailing conditions on : climate, economy, job market, work rights (part time as well as full time), stay back options, P.R. options, visa procedures etc.
- Select the program & destination, only if that profession has got amble employment opportunities in that country / region.
- Otherwise select a cost effective program which can lead you to get into a job after you return to India.
- The country
- Level of program
- Perfection of documentation
No. You really don’t have to hire an educational consultant. However for many reasons, it is advisable to utilize the services of an expert consultant . Because we provide you with complete University Admission support. We offer individual guidance that leads to successful admission to the preferred Universities. Our professionals help you in detailed documentation, student loan application, bank statements , visa submission and also in getting accommodation when you first time go to study abroad.
Yes in some countries for many courses. While in some other countries it takes time.
All international students are allowed to work part time up to 20 hours per week & full time during summer holidays generally in all the countries. Exceptions are there for some level of programs in some countries. For example.... If you opt for a language program then you may not be permitted to work in many developed countries.
No. you will not be allowed to study part time abroad on your student visa. You have to take admission in a full time course .
Yes. Many top ranking universities in European, American & Oceanic countries do offer scholarships. It might vary from university to university. Most significantly German universities offer scholarships worth Rs. 32-35 lacs for Ph.D students.