Study abroad

We counsel candidates for Higher Education, Career plans, Interview preparation, and Visa assistance within a limited time frame to arrive their desired destination at right time.. We feel that studying abroad is a very important decision and one wrong advice may lead students to end up on a wrong course at a wrong university so we strongly encourage you to visit us for your guidance.

Many courses available in Diploma, Bachelors, Masters and PhD. With or Without IELTS/TOEFL.  SME deal in Overseas Universities and Institutions. Students receive complete information on study options in several countries at one place.

How to choose where to study abroad

Studying abroad can be an eye-opening experience wherever you go. But if you want to maximize your opportunities and get the most out of your experience, it is crucial to make an informed decision about where to study.

Luckily, there are plenty of resources to help you make a good decision, and we will take you through all the factors you should consider.

University rankings

Rankings should not be the sole basis of your decision, but there are many good reasons to use them as a starting point.

The Times Higher Education World University Rankings give the most reliable indication of the quality of teaching, research, innovation and the global outlook of the best universities in the world. If you want a premium academic experience, a highly ranked university is a solid bet. You can also single out the best universities in your chosen subject by using the relevant subject ranking.

What’s more, the reputation of a top university opens doors to opportunities that might not otherwise be available. At the end of your course, getting a job in the country you have travelled to is not always straightforward. Rightly or wrongly, employers are sometimes more willing to sponsor a visa for those graduating from a top university.

There are also study-abroad scholarships that are available only to students at a top-ranked university. The rankings can also inform on another decision factor: the international environment on campus.

As an international student, you will want to integrate as much as possible into the new culture abroad. This is much easier when a significant number of international students are already present on campus, as it ensures an open-minded, tolerant and diverse environment..

There is no easy way to choose which university is right for your specific needs, so you should not base your decision on rankings and reputation alone. Here are some other factors to consider.


Tuition fees, living expenses and funding opportunities vary immensely across different countries, universities and course subjects.

The good news is that Germany, DenmarkFinlandNorway and Sweden do not charge undergraduate tuition fees, with varying conditions, so it is worth researching the opportunities.

It’s important to factor in living expenses as well, as these can vary greatly even from one city to another in the same country.


Universities, governments and external bodies all offer scholarships for international students. Some of these are available to students from a specific region, going to a specific region or university, studying a specific subject, or based on other factors such as ethnicity, gender and academic achievement.

Studying abroad is a full-on, immersive experience, and having the money to cover living expenses really matters. You don’t have to secure funding before applying, but it should play a big role in your decision-making.


Visa applications in different countries consider different factors, including your age and educational background, funding availability, language skills and intended degree course. There are also different restrictions on how long you can stay in the country before and after your studies, and whether you can work during or after your degree.


You will have to demonstrate academic merit and language skills for any application to an English-speaking university, but the acceptance rate varies depending on how competitive a university is (how many applications it gets for each place) and the academic status of the institution. Generally speaking, the top universities are harder to get into, even for the brightest international students.

Some universities also have policies about the number of international students they can accept on different courses.

There is no hard and fast rule for maximizing your chance of getting into a university abroad, but it is worth looking into acceptance rates for international students and considering any entry requirements you will have to fulfill.

To learn more about your study abroad options, we encourage you to visit our office