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Every program will have entry requirements to check your eligibility. They could be academic grades, language proficiency, performance in assessment tests or interviews, portfolios, work experience and expression of genuine intent for study. If you choose the program carefully and fulfil the requirements you can study in any place of your choice. There are also options like foundation programs, University transfer programs and Premasters programs if you are not eligible for a particular level of study.
We recommend you to start as early as possible. This will give you enough time to research according to your personal aspirations and academic goals. Start planning at least one year in advance. It does take preparation and time to arrive at the right institution in the preferred country for the suitable qualification. You have to meet the entry criteria for the program that you want to study and also prepare your finances.

Certificates, Diplomas at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, Bachelors, Masters (by course work and thesis) and Doctorates are open for admission. The duration varies according to the level of the program.

International students are often asked to provide the following:

  • Passport photos for identification
  • A statement of purpose
  • CV/résumé
  • Academic references/ letters of recommendation
  • Certificate and transcripts of your secondary education
  • Proof of English-language proficiency (e.g. a TOEFL/IELTS certificate, for schools in English-speaking countries), or other language test
  • Admissions test results (e.g. GMAT/GRE results, for graduate programs)
  • Portfolio (for specific programs)
  • Research proposal (for research programs)

The costs associated with studying at a university or college abroad vary greatly. It depends on the country, your program and duration of study. Be aware that most of the student visas require you to have funds available in your bank account to prove your financial capacity.  It is best to review the immigration websites for the country you wish to study in or speak to one of our counsellors.

There are several types of scholarships that students can apply for. Country specific scholarships, university scholarships and bursaries, merit scholarships, government and non-government sponsorships, specific scholarships that are related to arts, sciences, engineering or sports and so on. We have a page dedicated to scholarships where you can get more details. There are countries where you can study without paying tuition fees.

All most all the countries permit international students to do some part time work during the term time to support their studies. It is a good exposure to the culture and work environment of the country apart from being a source of income. Moreover, students also do internships and course related training which gives practical knowledge in their field of study.

Yes, it is. There are several options for students who have done open schooling or study by distance education.

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