IDP Education comprises of a well-balanced system that carries out the whole process of overseas education. Our counsellors first share all the required knowledge with the students and help them in making some important decisions. Once the students have decided the courses and the city, the counsellors begin the application process. Apart from applying for the courses, IDP counsellors also provide assistance in visa clearance. Once all of this is done, pre-departure sessions are organised for the students to help them prepare for their educational journey.
Some of the common faqs among students range from selection of courses to study destination, from scholarships to final departure. This section deals with all such queries of students!
Selection of course country to study overseas
The answer to one of the common faqs among students looking for overseas education is actually relative. There is no certain course or city that you should choose for higher education unless it suits your goals and requirements. IDP counsellors will help you with the courses matches, your academic qualification and career goals across 600 international universities. Consider all the points including your personal interests and budget and then only decide the course and location of preference.
Financial aid to study abroad
Apart from financial grants and scholarships, you can also work while studying abroad. However, there is a restriction on the number of hours you can work on a student visa. Most of the countries offer up to 20 hours a week to work under the student's visa. You can fund your study finance by working there but you need to make sure you are following all the provinces and work isn't affecting your studies.
Documents required to submit during the application process
In order to apply for the course and submit your application, you need to provide some documentation. While this depends on the country and university, some documentation should already be prepared for the application submission
- Passport size recent photographs for the identification purpose;
- A statement of purpose;
- Any academic reference or letters of recommendation;
- Any certification proving your eligibility for English speaking such as TOEFL or IELTS needed by the English speaking;
- Admission test results of the graduation programmes such as GMAT or GRE;
Above are the basic requirements that almost every university asks in the application, but you need to be prepared with all other documentation such as passport, experience certificates, and personal identification documents. The IDP counsellor will help you with the complete documentation process, so you may not get boggled by the whole process of applying to universities abroad.
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