Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Consultants offer personalized advice, help you select the best-fit universities, guide you through the application process, and offer visa and pre-departure assistance. We will provide you with the best guidance in your study abroad journey. All your doubts and queries can be cleared with us.
We can help you with that. Our expert counselors assess your preferences, goals, and academic background to suggest countries that match your needs.
Services provided by Guidance Plus include country, university and course selection, application processing, scholarship and bank loan assistance, visa support, accommodation assistance, pre-departure orientation,and part-time job assistance.
Yes, we offer guidance on scholarship opportunities and help you prepare strong applications for securing one. We will guide you through the right procedures to attain a scholarship.
Language requirements vary by country and university. Some may require proficiency test scores like IELTS, TOEFL, SELT, or PTE. Some countries offer admissions without any language proficiency test. You can attend a SELT exam for your language proficiency test as it is valued by many countries. For example, if you are planning to do UK education you can go for a SELT exam.
We provide resources and tips to help you prepare for language proficiency exams like TOEFL, IELTS, and SELT.
7. Is it necessary to take language proficiency tests such as IELTS, TOEFL, PTE, and others in order to gain admission to a foreign university?
Most countries prefer that students qualify for certain language proficiency tests. Language proficiency tests are carried out to evaluate the student’s knowledge in the particular language which will be a necessity when he/ she moves to those countries. However, there are countries that welcome students without any of these test qualifications. If you are afraid of qualifying for such an exam you can choose other countries which do not ask for a language qualification.
Consider factors such as preferred language, academic programs, cost of living, and cultural fit when selecting a country for your studies. You can research the details like course availability, job opportunities, part-time work availability, accommodation facilities, safety, and so on. You can seek the help of the counselor to shortlist the countries that suits your preferences.
You will need your academic transcripts, letters of recommendation, a statement of purpose, and a valid passport.
Several scholarships are offered by universities, governments, and private organizations for students wishing to study at a foreign university. We can guide you toward financial assistance options and help you in securing scholarships.
Almost every nation allows international students to work part-time during their studies. All you need to do is check the specific regulations of the country you’re interested in. Go through the rules and regulations and know about the time allotted for work.
The agency can assist in finding suitable housing options, which may include university dormitories, shared apartments, or homestays.You can share your preferences with us and we will help you find out the most suitable stay for you.
The agency can guide you through the entire application process, from selecting programs, universities, and countries to preparing documents and submitting applications. Every step and progress on your application will be informed to you on time.
The agency can offer support with visa applications, accommodation assistance, part-time job assistance, cultural adjustment, academic challenges, and even emergency assistance to ensure a smooth experience.
15. Which are the main countries offering admissions for international students for overseas education?
Most of the foreign countries are now inviting international students for higher education. UK, Canada, Germany, Australia, France, Ireland, USA, Singapore, Malaysia, and Dubai are some of those countries.
For all study abroad destinations there are mainly 2 intakes which come around the months of January and September. In addition to these for some countries, there are intakes in May.
Yes, you can stay back in your host country after the completion of the course. The duration of your stay back varies according to the country and course you choose to study. Countries like the UK offer 2 years, Canada offers 3 years, Australia provides 4 years of stay back whereas France offers 5 years (2 years stay back and 3 years alumni visa).
Surely you will get a loan for your higher education in a foreign university. For that, you should provide certain documents to verify the authenticity of your application. Most banks ask for the documents that prove your admission to a university abroad and other documents. We assist in finding suitable loans from banks. We offer you full assistance in securing a bank loan without any financial charges.
The rules and regulations prevailing in each country might differ. So, it is good to have a general awareness of them. Guidance Plus organize a pre-departure briefing for our students before you fly to your host countries. We will provide you with essential information for your safe living in a foreign nation.
20. Can you put me in touch with any current or former students who travelled abroad with your organization?
Yes, we can. If you want to connect with a student in your host country, we will arrange that. This way you will have someone to communicate when you arrive in a foreign nation.