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1Does it cost money to see an adviser at EDUHELP CENTRAL?
EDUHELP CENTRAL services are free for all Indian students. There is no cost to students to book an appointment with EDUHELP CENTRAL or talk over phone/whatsapp. Students do not pay an agent fee to EDUHELP CENTRAL to study overseas. The candidates need to pay for the mailing/courier fees or document verification fees. For more information, phone or speak to EDUHELP CENTRAL counsellor or complete our enquiry form.
2Will EDUHELP CENTRAL offer advice after I am offered a student visa?
Yes, EDUHELP CENTRAL will invite you for a one to one pre-departure information session. It will cover issues of culture, geography, travel, student life as international student. If you cannot attend, we can arrange for a phone based, whatsapp based on student tips to live life in your new country. We will offer specific advice on adapting to the culture and how to deal with homesickness. In addition, EDUHELP CENTRAL can provide information on items such as accommodation in that city, issues of how to set up a bank account and obtaining phone cards.
3What should I consider when choosing what and where to study?
As a student when considering what course and which country to study, an experienced EDUHELP CENTRAL counsellor will match your academic interests and your career goals. This is vital stage as study in foreign university is a life changing decision . We at EDUHELP CENTRAL have course information from over 2600 universities and institutions across the world. It is very important that you as an aspirant think about the convenience of the study destination with regards to institution’s world ranking. You also need consider course duration is the amount of time you would like to spend away from home. Finally the issue of total cost of studying and living overseas is critical. Broadly, as a aspirant, you should also consider, a country’s economic, political and social stability factors. Post study you may explore the option of staying in that country or a different country. You need to be aware of the migration policies and also the government policies of the relevant country when you select destination country and university. Your EDUHELP CENTRAL counsellor will be able to guide you on list of available courses, universities/colleges/institutions at locations which best meet your preference set.
4What financial support is available?
There are a limited number of scholarships and bursaries available for international students. The amount varies by level of study and by institution, courses chosen and area of study. The international scholarships are extremely competitive which requires you as a student to show your past exceptional academic achievements (schooling and college) here in India. There are scholarships from the Governments and other organisations as well but focussed on specific area of study or research. Your EDUHELP CENTRAL specialist expert will have details of various scholarship schemes.
5What opportunities are available for working and studying in that country at the same time?
The opportunity for the international students to work part-time during their tenure in a course, varies from country to country and also university to university. Many universities have a dedicated job centre within the campus for students. They usually advertise relevant job opportunities to help international students develop skills to adapt and mix with the university system within campus. The university careers service is also a useful source of information. If you pursue a course at degree level or above you may be permitted to work while on an international student visa that can vary from country to country depending on the shortage of skill set of labour in that country.
6When should I begin the application process for my studies?
It is recommended you begin your application process at least a year, or year in half in advance. Please allow to give enough time for your government documents to be in place, and then start your application process which will take time to be processed.
7How much does it cost to study abroad?
On an average, EDUHELP CENTRAL have researched and found that studying in a US university would cost close Rs. 30 lakh per year considering both the tuition fees and living expenses. Whereas it would be something around Rs. 20 lakh per year in UK and Rs. 15 lakh per year in Canada. Cost of studying in Australia and New Zealand will be lesser than that of Canada but not by much. Fees will vary from university to university and country to country and also their exchange rates are different. Therefore, you must check with EDUHELP CENTRAL specialist for each university individually for their fee structure.
8What are the requirements for a Visa?
It is mandatory for the students to provide various documental evidences to the Visa awarding authority. They include proof of an unconditional offer on a full-time course, proof of sufficient funds to cover the entire cost of education and stay and proof of accommodation in that country and that they intend to return home on successful completion of their course.
9What are the exams needed to be cleared to study abroad?
At the post graduate level, for admission to non-business programmes in US, students are required to take the GRE and TOEFL tests. At the under graduate level students need to appear for the SAT and SAT subject tests. Universities in UK and other countries require the IELTS / TOEFL for admissions. GMAT score is now required at All leading business schools across the world for admissions.
10Is a 16th year of education needed to study abroad?
Sixteen years of undergraduate education for admission is mandatory for all applicants who wish to apply for the US and Canadian universities. EDUHELP CENTRAL advises that in all circumstances, it is better to pursue at least one year of a post graduate degree course and fulfil this requirement before you apply. The universities in UK, Australia, New Zealand and European Union follow the 15 years of undergraduate and hence don’t need a 16th year.
11How can I gauge the reputation of a university?
Most countries have a statutory body just like AICTE or UGC in India that keeps a track on the performances of its education institutes. Visit the respective country statutory body website and get details of the university you wish to join.