Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

There are a variety of entrance requirements you may need to complete in order to start studying as an international student.
Depending on the level of education you intend to pursue, there are different academic requirements (including proof of English language proficiency) you must meet in order to study abroad. For instance, before enrolling for a degree, certain programmes will need you to have completed a foundation course. Entry requirements for institutes and universities might vary. Our team will be available to help you navigate this.
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The costs of attending a university or college in another country vary substantially. It is determined by the nature of your chosen program, the length of your stay, the distance covered, and the form of lifestyle you seek when you arrive.
Be aware that some student visas require you to have a certain amount of funds available in your bank account when you arrive in your chosen country. It is best to review the immigration websites for the country you wish to study in or speak to one of our counsellors.
Many students work part-time alongside their studies to support their living or socialising costs. However, there are restrictions on the hours you are allowed to work to ensure you do not lose your academic focus.

  • Take into account both your career aspirations and your academic interests when choosing what and where to study.
  • Look into specific programs, fields, and prospects for internships or employment.
  • Examine the institution’s location, popularity, duration of time you plan to be away from home, cost of living abroad, and other factors before deciding.
  • Think about a country’s economic, political, and social cohesion or a peacefulsuburb while making your study abroad plans.
  • Would you want to live in a city with other international students? Do youprefer living on or off campus?
  • If you wish to work in the country after finishing your degree, you should firstlearn about the country’s migration policies and visa requirements. Please keep in mind that government policies are subject to change at any time during your studies.

For students studying abroad, scholarships and bursaries are available. Availability and amount vary depending on the level of study and the organization. You must prove that you are qualified for outstanding academic achievements in order to be considered for competitive scholarships. In order to help international students pay for their studies abroad, governments and other organizations also offer scholarships and awards. For additional information on the many scholarships available in the course and university of your choice, contact our team of experts.

Your career opportunities will definitely benefit from your international learning, living, and networking experience. It is your chance of gaining a multitude of new skills, perspectives, and improved English language skills while also gaining work experience from the types of employers you want to work for.

The abilities and qualifications that employers and professional registration bodies seek will differ by country. Do some research and seek advice from the appropriate registration authorities in your home country if you wish to pursue a career in a sector with stringent admission requirements, such as teaching, engineering, accounting, or medicine.

Yes, some countries offer part-time jobs for international students.

We advise beginning your registration process a year in advance to allow for processing time and to be prepared for your abroad study.

Keep in mind that different countries have varied starting times for the school year.

While you can apply to study directly at an institution, you may choose to use the expertise of an education specialist (also known as a student counsellor) to guide you through the process of choosing the right university or college and enrolling thereafter.

It’s understandable that your family is concerned about sending their child alone to a foreign country. Millions of students have done so and excelled as a result, but this does not make things any better for parents to accept.
We urge you to engage your parents in any conversations or meetings with us. We establish a positive relationship with your parents as a result.