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01. Application Process

Once you decide Where and What you will study, we shall proceed to help you to apply. We totally understand that applying to overseas universities is not just about filling an application form. It is a crucial decision and involves a lot of planning, research, and decision-making. We will completely review your application before the documents are submitted to the chosen university.

Students should set aside ample time for this stage since it is extremely crucial. We do have our team of experienced professionals to scan your application and other documents to confirm their accuracy. Every university has different application requirements, deadlines, and a range of credentials that must be sent to them.

We perform a complete and comprehensive review while focusing on all the credentials. The application is checked for successfully completed courses and examinations.

02.Student Visa assisiatnce 

Once you receive your Admission Letter (Approval letter ) from your desired university and arrange your funds to study abroad, you will be ready to apply for a student visa.

Getting a student visa is quite challenging as a lot of documentation is involved in the process. Moreover, every country has a different set of requisites so it’s essential to be well acquainted with the visa requirements of the country you want to study in.

Our Visa Services include : 

  • Complete guidance on Student Visa Processes
  • Visa Application and Supporting Document Checking
  • Visa Interview Training and Mock Interview Practice if applicable.

Students are always advised to plan their admission/ application process keeping in mind university deadlines and working backward.

Students are required to appear for English eligibility tests as per the university policy and also have required documents in place for the smooth processing of their application.

Hence, students are always advised to apply 3-4 months in advance to avoid any last-minute rush. Candidates seeking financial aid, scholarships, and education loans should add another couple of extra months to the process as these applications take more time.


       A. Valid Passport

This is the primary requisite. While you would need a valid passport, what you need to know is that for different countries, the requirement of the validity of your passport might vary. Some countries would want you to have the validity until the end of the course even at the time of applying for the student visa. Some, on the other hand, might let you apply but request you to have a validity that extends beyond the intended stay in the country. You also need to ensure that you have at least two blank pages in your passport for stamping for a visa. What is important to note is that in case you have any expired passports; you would still have to submit a copy of all such passports.

     B. Financial capacity

Proof of funds: It is of para importance for the other country to know whether you have adequate funds with you or not. They wanted to know how you are going to fund your education and how you are going to arrange for the basic living expenses.

     C.Letter of Approval.

Proof of acceptance by the respective institution: While applying for the student visa, you might need to show the acceptance letter of the institution/university you have enrolled in. also, for many countries, the institute must be recognized by the immigration department of that country.

      D.Medical examination report

Medical examination report: Various countries require that international students should undergo a medical test from the list of doctors authorized by them. It is advised to do it a few days before you start the visa application as the doctors need some time to prepare the medical reports.

      E.Student visa interview

Student visa interview: After submitting the application for the visa, now it’s time to gear up for the visa interview. Although, student visa interview is not mandatory for every country, as for some countries it is conditional. But wherever you need to give the interview, you should prepare well for it, as you won’t get the visa without clearing it.

      F.Proficiency in a language

Learning the native language of your destination country is a must for the majority of the nations. As it acts as proof that the student can easily communicate in the language which is going to be his/her medium of instruction. For English-speaking countries, students need to give language proficiency exams like IELTS /TOEFL.

03. Travel Insurance 

Student Travel Insurance is a type of insurance designed for students studying abroad. It provides
coverage against medical expenses, baggage-related risks, stay disruption, and other travel-related risks
that students may face during their trip.

A student travel insurance policy comes loaded with unique features such as policy extension and auto-renewal facilities. The coverage under student travel insurance plan not just aids students to pay their
hospital and medical bills, but also take care of visits from family in case of emergency hospitalization,
medical evacuation, repatriation, bail bond etc.

So, if you’re traveling abroad for higher education, you must cover yourself with student travel
insurance to eliminate the odds of the financial risks arising out of any unpredictable and unfortunate


Sometimes, the thrill of studying abroad erases young travelers’ good judgment. They may leave their bag on the beach while snorkeling, only to find someone has stolen their passport. Or they may sprain an ankle while learning to dance the Merengue. It’s all part of the adventure – and it’s okay, as long as they have student travel insurance.

Look for a student policy that includes things like medical coverage, trip interruption coverage, emergency medical evacuation coverage, 24/7 travel assistance services, and more.


For student travelers who have never left home before, traveling overseas can be scary because they don’t know what to do in an emergency. That’s when a student travel insurance policy with access to a 24-hour hotline can help. No matter where students are in the world, a multilingual specialist can offer guidance for all kinds of problems, from tracking down lost baggage to getting emergency medical care.


It’s hard enough to wave goodbye to your daughter before she boards an international flight for the first time. Do you really want to be worrying about her every minute she’s overseas? A student travel insurance policy lets you know she’s covered in case the unexpected happens. Look for a policy that offers coverage for illness, accidents, lost baggage, missed flights, theft or other international emergencies. Make sure you review your insurance plan carefully before you buy, because not all plans offer the same coverage.

  • Pre-departure Briefing

We provide the pre-departure briefing which helps you to have an idea of the essentials to be kept in mind before you fly to your dream destination. Our ‘Pre-Departure Booklet’ covers all the aspects of travel and the initial period of stay pertaining to the various nations. We also conduct sessions from time to time to make you aware of the immigration process and give a preview of a student’s life in foreign countries.

You get a chance to meet our alumni from numerous universities worldwide who help you to have an overview of the lifestyle and culture in different countries and continents. You can also meet other students going abroad through us so that you can develop a sense of bonding if you’re moving to the same place.

Our students will be given information about:

    • The local climate
    • The local environment, community, and campus
    • Preparing for independent living
    • Safety and security
    • How to use public transport
    • Telephone and internet access
    • Currency, banking, and shopping
    • What to expect from the education institution
    • Dates of enrolment, orientation, and commencement
    • Relationships, etiquette, and appropriate and inappropriate behavior
    • Emotional preparation (e.g., for culture shock and/or homesickness).

Also, you will know from us

    • What to pack ?
    • What documents to carry, read, and understand?
    • What to do at the airport (reception and transfer)?
    • What happens on the day of arrival?
    • Who to contact with problems and/or for information.

05. Accommodation assistance 

After all, documentation is in order, we will assist you in finding a place to live. We will be working closely with our educator partners in order to guarantee that you will have the most suitable and affordable accommodation possible. Many universities offer a guarantee that first-year students can get a place in a hall of residence, rather than having to search for a room in private rented accommodation on the open market. But these guarantees can come with certain limits. Rents also vary depending on where in the country a student is studying and on the category of accommodation chosen.


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