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Study abroad

IDP is a global leader in international student services and proud co-owner of the IELTS (International English Language Testing System). We help students study in English speaking countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Ireland, the UK and the US.

Get Free Assistance From Our Experts

All our counselling sessions are free, and we try to make your process of applying abroad as smooth as possible. Walk in to any of our offices in India or fill in the enquiry form to book a free appointment. On the day of your appointment, bring your wish list and course preferences as a starting point. Your IDP counsellor will discuss with you in detail, your education background, preferences and budget to help ascertain your possibilities in potential universities.

How can I book an appointment?

You may either call us on 1800 102 2233 or walk in to your nearest IDP office in India. You may also book an appointment online.

Our support does not end with your acceptance letter. We will be there to assist you even after you reach your new country. Come, see us – It’s free!

Study abroad intakes

Did you know academic year in universities abroad differ from the ones in India? Most universities offer two major intakes for the students aspiring to study abroad – Spring intake and fall intake. Let’s help you know all about it.

Employment Prospects abroad

Know what kinds of job opportunities are available, and how to find them

Benefits of studying abroad

Earning an international degree is not only about expanding your career and personal horizons but also about having an experience of a lifetime. We share reasons why you should consider studying internationally.

IDP’s guide to studying abroad

We know what it takes to find a good match and set you up for success. From helping you choose the course and country to guiding you through the paperwork, we get things done. This step-by-step guide will help you get started with your journey to studying abroad.

Study Abroad Parent Resources

Here is a list of resources for parents to support and prepare your child for studying abroad.

Types of offer letters

Understand the difference between conditional and unconditional offer letters.

What our students are saying

42,160+ reviews


Great support!!

I had an amazing experience with IDP in my whole Canada migration process, especially Aditi(counsellor) who helped me at each every step to complete my process.😊

Student from Mumbai

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