Step-by-step guide for foreign education

Updated: Dec 13, 2020

Step-by-step guide for foreign education

1. Gather Information

The very first step to fly abroad for education is exploring the opportunities. The Aspirants of overseas education are advised to gather details in a wider perspective. For this one should Investigate courses, Educational institutions such as Schools, colleges and universities with their locations. Enquire your friends and family or the alumni of your interested universities. The other way to collect information is social media and internet surfing.. Use Twitter, Facebook, whatsapp, Instagram, Telegram, etc. LinkedIn to reach out to them more effectively.


Do not forget to include your budget and available scholarships as a part of your enquiry.

Before shortlisting an institution, know the employment opportunities, campus life, teaching modules and research prospects etc.

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2. Book an appointment with our counsellors (Us)

On gathering the information, prepare your order of priority of courses, Educational institutions with their locations.

Once you are ready with Your priority list, book an appointment with us (Our counsellors) to put your dream into action . We are much cooperative with a wide professional and personal experience from different study locations across the world.

Your counsellor will work through all the big and small details to ensure the best possible fit between you, your future university and your area of study.

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3. Apply

After choosing your course and university with location, you need to apply.

Your counsellor supports you in applying to university and course. The counsellor contacts your chosen university or school personally to smoothen the process and helps in improving your chances of acceptance.

If you need to take an English test such as IELTS to qualify your course, you need to prepare adequately to get good grades. In the English Proficiency test such as IELTS, it is important to be proficient grammatically along with a wide range of vocabulary.

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4. Accept The Offer

On receiving your application, the university or school authorities assessess it thoroughly and notify you (of the verdict). This process may take up to a few weeks (or longer for postgraduate levels). If you are selected, you’ll receive an offer letter along with an acceptance form.


Double check your Offer letter Before you accept it with your counsellor about the conditions that may apply.

If you accept more than one course or school, your counsellor will guide you in finalizing your best option.

5. Student Visa

After accepting an Offer Letter, the most important task is to apply for your student visa. Different countries have different sets of formalities to fulfill, your counsellor will guide you through the visa application process and help in preparing the required documents for your submission.

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For a detailed document list as per your chosen country, discuss with your counsellor.

Here are the top most common documents you would require for your student visa.

Evidence of enrolment in a recognised educational institution

Residence permit applications (it varies by the country)

Evidence of language certification (if needed)

Evidence of parental/guardian consent (if under 18)

Evidence of funding (your capacity to cover the cost involved in studying and sustaining abroad)

Passport size photographs

Copy of the current passport

Vaccination results (if required, it varies by the country)

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6. Find A Place to Stay

If your educational institution offers an accommodation it is good. But If not, you need to figure out where to stay while studying abroad.

You can find a local host, look for rooms on rent or homestay. The cost of stay varies from city to city and place to place .


In case you want to rent an accommodation in an apartment, you need to pay additional charges for your usage such as electricity, internet, water. In some areas of housing you need to pay the tenant’s insurance.

7. Book your Tickets Well in Advance

Book your Flight Tickets Well in Advance

Now, it is the right for booking your flights well in advance. Because if you book tickets well in advance before the departure of flight, you can book the flight tickets at a low fare. Else the fares may increase.

Also, know about the entry requirements in your host country and for baggage allowance charges.

8. Ready, Steady, Fly...

Congratulations set ready for your dream journey. There will be many minute, yet important to-do things you need to consider before flying overseas for which your counsellor will guide your way.

This will include matters such as

Exchanging Money



SIM cards

Opening a Bank Account

Country Rules and Adapting to New Culture.

Pack For Your Dream Destination!!!

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