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Canada


Canada is one of the few developed countries in the world that still offers a relatively easy route to immigration compared to many others. Because of this, Canada is becoming a very popular place for overseas students to study. In major population centers the lifestyle is very similar to the US, but the cost of living is generally cheaper. Several of the best universities in Canada such as McGill and University of Toronto enjoy excellent world reputations.
Canada is the second largest country in the world and it has vast areas of unspoilt wilderness. Canadian summers are pleasant and not too hot, and winters are long and cold. You will see plenty of snow! Canada and Canadians enjoy a great reputation, with Canada regularly appearing in the top 5 in the annual RepTrak “Most Reputable Countries” survey.


  • Help and Support

    Contact us today if you need personal advice and help with a successful application to study in Canada. Choosing the right university and the right degree program are important for your future success and and well as consulting on the right educational steps for you I can also help with key advice on how (and when) to start to navigate the rather long Canadian visa process.

  • General Information

    Students who wish to continue their education in Canada have several options to choose from which include diplomas, degrees, and short-term certificate courses. As well as universities and colleges, Canada also has community colleges and technical institutes that offer a wide variety of professional programs of between 1 and 3 years duration, including a work term. Some community colleges offer university transfer programs that allows students to take courses similar to those offered in the first two years of a four-year university program.
    Unusually amongst developed countries, overseas students in Canada get a work permit equal to the time they have studied. For example, if you study in Canada for 3 years you will be granted a 3-year work permit. 3-years is the maximum duration you can get a student work permit for in Canada after completing your course after which you can apply for a work visa. The Canadian visa process is rather lengthy and has very specific requirements so it’s best to get professional advice on when and how to navigate the system.

  • The Application Process

    To apply to universities in Ontario for an undergraduate or professional degree there is a centralized application system via the Ontario Universities Common Application Centre (OUAC). This can save time and money as you can apply to multiple universities with one application. For universities outside Ontario, overseas student should apply directly to each institution. Similarly, postgraduate applications are generally sent online directly.
    The application process will include key items such as your candidate personal statement, reference letters from tutors or employers, and details of your attainment test scores and any additional aptitude test you’ve undertaken. A good overseas education consultant will be able to guide you as to what to include in your application and how to best present yourself to maximise your chances of successfully navigating the admissions process.

  • How much will it cost?

    Average tuition fees for students traveling from abroad are about USD $32,000 per year and average living expenses are about USD $12,000 per year. Fees for students do vary from institution to institution, and some programs such as MBA or other advanced study will have higher charges associated.

  • Funding, Scholarships and Loans

    Scholarships, grants, and bursaries are available for qualifying international students at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level. Your success in being granted funding in this way depends on the quality of your funding application and the calibre of your academic application. Make sure you get advice on how to present yourself in the best light to maximise your chances of receiving funding.
    Graduate students are eligible to apply for Graduate Assistantships (this is a research or teaching assistantship) where you can work in the department whilst studying. These awards offer a full tuition waiver and also provide a monthly stipend to cover living expenses. They are much sought after and a strong application greatly increases your chance of success.
    You also have the option of applying for an education loans from Indian state banks for up to Rs.2.5 Million. You need to aware of the full terms and conditions, and note that security of up to 100% of the loan amount will be needed. You will be committing to repayments for 5-7 years. Make sure you have taken sound advice on the right path to take before entering into a long-term financial commitment to fund your chosen route.

  • Student Employment

    Students who study in Canada are entitled to a work permit equal to the duration of their study, with a maximum length of 3 years and minimum of 8 months. It’s important to factor this into your study plans, as if you are embarking on an advanced 5 year course, your work permit will cease at the end of the third year. Conversely if you wish to study in Canada for a short-form technical qualification that lasts 6 months, you will not qualify for any work permit at all. If you have any doubts, seek professional advice.

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UK


The British higher education system is one of the oldest and most sought-after education systems in the world. 6 of its “Ancient Universities” have been established for more than 430 years, and Oxford and Cambridge are over 800 years old. A significant percentage of the world’s research is done in the UK, and its institutions are consistently ranked among the world’s best. The UK attracts students from all over the world, and UK campuses are some of the most culturally diverse. British undergraduate and postgraduate degrees are recognized all over the world as a mark of excellence
The UK’s constituent countries England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are well connected with public transport links, and the geography ranges from the vast low-level fens of East Anglia to the mountains of the Scottish Highlands. The temperate climate means winters are rarely harsh, and summers are pleasantly warm.


  • Help and Support

    Contact me today if you want in-depth and personalized help with navigating the UK university application system, choosing the right university and the right degree program, and maximising your chances of a successful visa application. If you have your sights set on one of the two oldest institutions in the world then my tailored “Oxbridge” consultancy will be of interest.

  • General Information

    The UK is home to some of the most-after institutions and courses in the world. The 24 top universities and colleges that make up the “Russell Group” includes world famous names like Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial College, King’s College, London School of Economics (LSE), Manchester, Birmingham and more.

  • The Application Process

    The UK operates a centralised application service for undergraduates known as the Universities and Colleges Admission Service (UCAS). If you are looking to study in the UK you can fill in one application form and apply to up to 5 universities or colleges at the same time. This has a huge advantage in saving money and time as you only need write one personal statement and one letter of recommendation.
    The disadvantage is that if your application does not represent your strengths and potential in the best possible light this same information will be seen by every institution. There’s no scope for improvement based on rejections. This is why professional advice and support can be vital when applying to courses in the UK.
    If you are a graduate student you can apply to as many programs or courses as you wish, but these must be done individually to each college or university. The good news is that most UK universities don’t charge any application fees, greatly reducing your initial costs. However, do note that some of the most sought-after and prestigious MBA programs, such as those at the London School of Economics or the Oxbridge universities, will charge a high application fee thanks to the high demand.
    For a successful application you need to submit a high quality personal statement and a letter of recommendation. Most UK universities will only require you to submit your IELTS scores, although MBA students must submit GMAT scores when applying to ‘top’ institutes. Seek advice if you are at all uncertain as the UCAS central system will cause problems for those who don’t include all the required information in the appropriate way.

  • How much will it cost?

    The average tuition fees for overseas students are about GBP £22,000 per year, and the average living expenses are about GBP £8,000 per year. Fees do vary widely between institutions, and those looking to study for a prestigious MBA can expect to pay much more. When planning your finances you must remember to include all the costs that will be associated with traveling and living abroad and be conscious of the impact of currency exchange rates. If you have any concerns, seek professional advice.

  • Funding, Scholarships and Loans

    Scholarships, grants, and bursaries are available for international students at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level but they are not easy to get and competition is fierce. You may benefit from some specific advice and coaching to maximise your chances of qualifying. When deciding on the awarding of funding or financial support they will weigh up many factors, and students who can present a really strong and well-rounded picture of themselves are at an advantage.
    Indian students can apply for overseas education loans from state banks of up to Rs.2.5 Million. You should be aware that security of up to 100% of the loan amount may be required and the repayment periods can vary from 5-7 years. Make sure you have taken appropriate financial and educational advice before entering into any long-term financial commitment.

  • Student Employment

    Unfortunately working in the UK immediately after studying is next to impossible. The British government has made it extremely difficult for international students to remain and work in the UK after completing their studies. However if your student visa has been sponsored by a UK company then it might be possible to work in the UK. It is worth taking professional advice on student visa applications to maximise the chances of success.

Australia


Australia’s education system reflects quality, excellence and innovation. Its universities offer excellent infrastructure and facilities to students, both domestic and overseas. There are a wide range of specialist institutions, and the most popular study programs include Business, Information Technology, Engineering and Hospitality.Very popular amongst Indian students as destination for study abroad, Australia is consistently voted one of the best places to live. It is a young, vibrant and friendly country with a reputation for great weather and outdoor pursuits. It also benefits from a high standard of living and lower costs, making it attractive to foreign students.


  • Help and Support

    Australia is a fantastic country to live, study and work in with a wide choice of courses across many disciplines. This can mean that making the right choice can be a little daunting. Some people let the delights of the country get in the way of choosing the best route for success.Contact me today if you would like me to help you make the right choices to fit with your goals and ambitions by offering you personalized counselling and guidance. In my 18 years as an overseas education consultant I’ve successfully place clients not only in the best Australian universities, but in the best courses to enable them to develop their potential to its maximum.

  • General Information

    Australia is a large country, with huge areas of wilderness and desert known as “the bush”, and larger population centers on the coasts. It’s an incredibly diverse country and is a popular destination for tourists, backpackers, economic migrants and overseas students.
    A particular attraction of Australia for students looking to go abroad to study is its recent work permits reforms that means working in the country has become a lot easier, although careful planning and thought is required to be able to take advantage of this.

  • The Application Process

    Application is by individual approach to the institutions you are interested in. Careful consideration of all the programs offered will help to make the lengthy individual admission applications a successful use of your time. The personal statement that accompanies your application is key, as is the demonstration of your academic and broader extra-curricular successes. If you are in any doubts about what you need to include in a strong application, you should take professional advice and guidance.

  • How much will it cost?

    Average tuition fees are about AUS $30,000 per year and average living expenses are about AUS $10,000 per year. There are no standardised fees and they will vary from institution to institution. Postgraduate courses can be more expensive, especially popular advanced programs like MBA courses.

  • Funding, Scholarships and Loans

    Scholarships, grants, and bursaries are available for international students at the undergraduate and postgraduate level from some institutions. The awarding committees will take into account the overall profile of students including your past academic record, standardized test scores, extracurricular activities and other achievements. A carefully constructed application will maximise your chances of being awarded financial assistance. If you’re unsure of what you should include, seek help from someone more experienced.
    Students from India can apply for educational loans from state banks for up to Rs.2.5 Million. You may need to provide security of up to 100% of the amount borrowed, and the repayment term will be from will be from 5-7 years. This is a serious financial commitment, so make sure you have made the best decisions about your studies before you proceed.

  • Student Employment

    Australia’s student visa reforms allow students to work after they study in Australia. Students are also permitted to apply for permanent residency depending on their skills and the course they have studied. However, the numbers of job opportunities in Australia are limited as compared to other developed nations.

USA


The United States of America is one of the most popular countries for students who want to benefit from studying abroad. The universities in the USA have excellent reputations, the geography and climate is diverse, and there is a long tradition of welcoming overseas visitors for education and employment.
The flexible system of majors and minors means that you can broaden your horizons and discover where your true strengths and talents lie over the 4 years of your degree. Postgraduate and MBA students have some of the highest quality courses in the world to choose from, and the ability to remain in the country to work for up to 3 years after completing your studies. This is also extended to undergraduate students in the fields of science, technology, engineering or maths.


  • Help and support

    Contact me today if you would like to receive comprehensive help on choosing courses, universities and career options, including support on preparing for examinations, the admissions process and student visa applications.

  • General Information

    The USA is the leading international education destination in the world. The best students from around the world are attracted here, and it’s home to some of the most famous academic institutions with household names: Harvard, University of Pennsylvania, Stanford, MIT, Columbia, and many more.
    A major benefit to the higher education system in the USA is its tremendous course flexibility, especially at the undergraduate level, and the ability to combine majors and add in diverse minors can give you a competitive advantage with future employers looking for candidates with breadth of experience as well as depth of knowledge.

  • The Application Process

    Almost every institution will require you to fill in an online application form and pay the admission fee by a credit card.
    Essay and/or Statement of Purpose: This your opportunity to talk directly to the Admissions Committee and share what’s important to you including your detailed career goals. It’s just as important to know what not to include as what you should. If in doubt, seek professional advice.
    Resume: In a one page document, list your work experience, extracurricular activities, volunteer work and achievements. A description that tailors the relevance of the experience to the course you're applying for will be valuable.
    Test score sheets: SAT/ ACT/ GRE/ GMAT/ TOEFL/ IELTS/ PTE. You must send your official scores with your admission form. Undergraduate students should show SAT or ACT and the SAT Subject tests along with the TOEFL. MBA students must submit GMAT scores when applying to ‘top’ institutions while postgraduate students applying for non-business programs should submit the GRE scores.
    Recommendation Letters: These letters should be from relevant people who know you well, including professors or previous employers.
    Transcripts and Mark sheets: Issued by your school and college, a transcript explains your country’s grading system to foreign institutes

  • How much will it cost?

    On average, tuition fees are around USD $30,000 per year and the average living expenses are about USD $10,000 per year. However fees can vary widely from college to college, and course to course. Prestigious MBA or other postgraduate courses can be substantially higher. When planning your finances for overseas study makes sure you factor in all possible costs to avoid not completing your course for financial reasons.

  • Funding, Scholarships and Loans

    Scholarships, grants, and bursaries are available for international students for both undergraduate and postgraduate study. Graduate students are also eligible to apply for Graduate Assistantships (Research or Teaching Assistantship), whereby they can work for, or research with, academic professionals. These awards offer a full tuition waiver and also provide a monthly stipend to cover living expenses. Competition is extremely tough and you will need to be well-prepared to succeed in winning a place.
    Some private institutes offer needs-based financial aid which can be obtained by following the Foreign Student Financial Aid (FSFA) process. The scholarship committee considers the overall profile of students including the past academic record, standardized test scores, extracurricular activities and past achievements in assessing funding levels
    Students from India can get education loans from state banks for up to Rs.2.5 Million. Security of up to 100% of the loan amount will be needed and the repayment period varies from 5-7 years. Do make sure you have taken appropriate advice and understand fully the implications of any loan agreement before entering into it.

  • Student Employment

    The US is one of the few countries in the world which issues Work Permits for students attending US academic institutions, as well as having ample job opportunities. After completing your studies you may be able to apply for Optional Practical Training (OPT) of between 12-29 months, depending on the course you have studied. After this, students can apply for a work visa (H-1) which is valid for 3 years, renewable once, making the total work visa validity 6 years. Students can also apply for permanent residency (a “Green Card”) when they start working in the US. Make sure you seek advice before applying to maximize your chances of success with your student and post-student visa applications.