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Frequently Asked questions
Making a decision as to the study destination can be hectic. Factors such as tuition budget, cost of living, program of study and the kind of lifestyle you want to live has to be considered while settling for the country of study. You can reach out to any of our counsellors for help in making a decision on which country to study.
this is determined by the study destination, course of study and of course individual lifestyles. For a detailed/personalized estimate, please reach out to any of our counsellors.
Now is the best time!! There are lots of factors that need to be taken into consideration in order to make a decision regarding the time to start the application process. All institutions have also got application deadlines for different academic sessions. For a personalized counsel, contact our counsellors.
The length of time to finish your program is determined by the program, level of degree and country of study. An undergraduate degree will take between 3-4yrs (In Europe, depending on the program of study and country, it’s between 3-4yrs, while in North America, its generally 4yrs). A graduate degree such as masters or its equivalent is between 1-2yrs depending on the program of study while a doctoral degree (PhD) is between 3-4yrs
Admission requirements differ by country and program of study. However, for undergraduate admission proof of high school attendance is mandatory while for a graduate degree, proof of undergraduate degree certificate is required and finally for a doctoral degree, proof of graduate degree is mandatory likewise. The class of degree for admission to a graduate or doctoral program varies by country. Contact any of our counsellors for more information.
Required documents for application varies by countries, but a common list of documents which cut across most countries are as follows:
1. Data Page International Passport
2. A statement of purpose/ Personal statement
4. Academic references/ letters of recommendation
5. Degree Certificate and Transcripts
6. High School Certificate and transcripts
7. Proof of English-language proficiency (e.g., TOEFL/IELTS/PTE, Duolingo, if required by your study destination country)
8.Admissions test results (e.g. GMAT/GRE results, for graduate programs)
Yes, you can work up to 20hrs a week during academic session as an international student across most countries and up to 40hrs during the holidays.