1What does it cost to study in Abroad?
It all depends on what course you are studying, at what level, or where you end up living abroad. Some countries are more expensive than others, so you may want to include this factor as part of your considerations when looking to study abroad. Our counsellors are always ready to provide information on each of these and their cost implications…
2Can I get a scholarship?
There are many opportunities to get a scholarship, despite the competition amongst international students for them. And there are several requirements to meet in order to qualify for them, including your academic standing, your need, gender, etc…You can learn where you fit in with our informed consultants.
3Why is counselling a good idea?
Counselling is necessary for students because most of them they do not know what to do in the face of an interviewer. We offer visa counselling classes to help prepare our clients and students so that they could be successful at the embassy.
It is important to note that it impossible to study in any university abroad without a relevant visa. Our Visa Counselling Services are tilted towards helping you submit the right documents to ensure that there is no unplanned delay or rejection. We will assign you a Visa Consultant who will provide every advice relating to the collation of the relevant documentation that you need to submit along with the visa application.
4Can I pay my tuition fees by instalments?
In most cases, you can. The amounts of instalments you’ll pay, however, depend on the institutions. And some also offer discounts to sponsors who pay the whole enrolment at their institution. Do contact us for specific information concerning this.
5Can I defer my entry to a subsequent intake?
While this is usually possible, you should state your intention irrespective of whether or not entry is being deferred.
Application processing fee will be payable in these circumstances.
6Can I change courses when I arrive in abroad?
While it may be possible to change courses within the university, it is often very complex to change institutions except in exceptional cases. The institution reserves the right to make an administrative charge. Application processing fee will be payable in this situation.
7What documentation should I submit with my application?
You may be asked to provide some supporting documentation as part of your application. While requirements vary, depending on the country and university, most international students are often asked to provide the following:
- International Passport photos
- A statement of purpose
- Academic references/ letters of recommendation
- Certificate (WASSCE, GCE or NECO) 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)
8Why should I study abroad?
Studying abroad is not just an academic experience; it is a life-changing one which offers numerous benefits, such as an improved quality of education, learning a new language, harnessing better career opportunities, making new friendships, etc.
9When should I start Preparing to study abroad?
Considering your application as early as possible is the best way to go. After all, the sooner you gain acceptance into a university, the sooner you can arrange your travels. It is best to start planning at least one year and no later than one semester before you actually want to depart. Pay attention to application deadlines and apply once you’ve decided on your program. If you feel overwhelmed by your options and need help deciding where to go, do not hesitate to write us an email, or call us. Our dedicated operatives will help make the process easier.