We provide services to students planning their education in the USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and Canada. We offer a number of options suitable for the student and after mutually arriving at the most befitting solution, we swing into action for you.For our student, it is a simple procedure of merely filling up an application form, correctly. This ensures a quick and positive response from the applied institute.
Study Decisions considering factors:
- Academic Background.
- Future Academic plans in terms of Course and University / College and any specific preferences.
- Long-term career plans and future prospects.
- Opportunities as compared to other Countries.
- Financial ability, Scholarship Assistance, Education Loans and work background.
Country/Countries we are Processing for:
Currently processing Students to Uk/USA/AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND/IRELAND AND CANADA.
Education Loans and Funds Management: Experts simplify the process of managing the funds for sponsors of the applicant and make a hassle-free process of getting an educational loan from the Banks if required.
Admission Guidance & Selection of University / College:
You should shortlist of colleges that match your needs, interests, and abilities. You should also feel confident that you have the minimum entrance requirements for studying in the United States, and that you can meet the costs of a U.S. undergraduate education. Now it’s time to start putting together your applications. Because of the work, and the costs, involved in putting together a good application, most students limit their applications to between four and seven colleges. However, you can request information from as many universities as you like. If you have access to the Internet, you will find that many U.S. universities also put their college catalogs onto their Web sites, and some have even stopped printing paper copies. Many also have online application forms that can be completed on the computer and sent back to the university electronically, or the forms can be downloaded and printed. If there is an online application, you should use it. This is the quickest method for submitting your application.
Registering for the admissions:
If you are planning to enroll at a college in September (fall semester), take any relevant tests no later than January in the same year, and preferably earlier. You should confirm with each college whether you need to take the SAT I and SAT II Subject Tests. Remember that you cannot take both the SAT I and SAT II on the same day, and deadlines for registration for the tests are usually five to six weeks before the actual test date. Test scores must reach universities before the application deadline date, and you should allow at least four to six weeks between the test date and the application deadline. If English is not your native language, register to take the TOEFL. As with the SAT, make sure your test results reach colleges before their deadline dates. If you feel that you qualify for a TOEFL waiver, contact the universities directly and explain your circumstances. At least one to two months before the test dates, find out about test preparation materials and any other help you may need. Your information or advising center can give you further information.
Planning well ahead gives you sufficient time to make successful applications to the colleges of your choice. 12 to 18 months prior to the academic year in which you hope to enroll, begin to consider, research, and do the following What are your reasons for wanting to study in the United States? Which universities will meet your needs? Will you need financial assistance? Find out an application and financial aid deadlines. This will affect when you take the standardized tests required for admission since test results must reach admissions offices no later than these deadlines. The tests should be taken in advance of submitting university application forms. Register to take standardized tests if required by the universities to which you are applying. Begin narrowing down your choices of schools to approximately 10 to 20 institutions.
August Contact universities for application and financial aid forms and catalogs. Obtain test registration forms to take the TOEFL and SAT I and SAT II, if necessary.
September to December Request an official transcript from your school. Â· Request letters of recommendation from your teachers. Submit completed application forms (for admission as well as financial aid). Double check that transcripts and references have been sent. Take the necessary admissions tests.
January to -April University application deadlines must be met; note that these are for regular admission early admission deadlines will be sooner.
April- June Letters of acceptance or rejection arrive. Decide which university to attend, notify the admissions office of your decision, complete and return any forms they require. Send letters of regret to those universities you turn down. Organize finances: arrange to transfer funds to a U.S. bank; make sure you have funds for travel and expenses on arrival. Finalize arrangements for housing and medical insurance with your university.
Visa Counseling / Interview:
We do extensive visa counseling to prepare students for their interviews. We ensure our students are kept informed. Our Mock interviews and expert guidance in document preparation help students become more confident and clear the VISA interview in an attempt.
Education Loans and Funds Management:
The expert guidance does the process of managing the funds simple for sponsors of the applicants and makes a hassle-free process of getting an educational loan from the Banks.
Our Travel experts ensure you have a safe and comfortable journey. Right from finding economic fares to ticket booking with your seat and meal preferences. Our Abroad Services are all-encompassing.
The Forex Service Organization must be reputed and in a position to offer the best rates. Our experts get the best deal for you in a short span of time. We make arrangement With RBI authorized foreign exchange dealers.