Course, Country and University Selection
We provide special attention to student course selection procedure with highlighting their past academic records to avoid error free application. We assist students in choosing the right course as it can change their whole life! With this intention, we always suggest the best courses to all our students to study abroad. As our trained counselors have the latest information on job prospects and other required details, we help students to select the right career path for studying abroad.
We fulfill their requirement by providing them number of options available. We always believe to suggest students all the options so they can make a satisfactory choice of the subject they want to study. We also Always look for the entry requirements for the programs available in your desired destination. Does it offer a program at the level you wish to take entry in? Is it a diploma program or a degree? Understand your preference and select accordingly. For instance, several colleges in Canada offer a postgraduate diploma instead of a master’s degree. Similarly, the UK offers two kinds of master’s – taught and research.
Also check for the academic scores required. Do you fulfil the same? Would you be required to take an additional test apart from the English proficiency test? Do think you’d be able to extract time from your schedule to prepare for additional tests such as GMAT, GRE or SAT?. We will Check for the visa entry requirements of the destination you are interested in. Each country has a different set of rules to abide by, and sometimes visa processing may take more time than expected. Also, visa processing costs vary for each country. It is essential to consider the overall expense involved in studying at a particular destination. When calculating your costs, don’t forget to consider ancillary expenses such as accommodation, utilities, transportation, etc. Consider the duration of your course as that’ll majorly affect your overall cost of studying abroad. For instance, masters in the UK and Ireland are offered for just one year whereas masters in other countries like Canada and Australia can take up to two years.