Frequently asked questions about studying abroad

If you don't find the answer to your question below, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us. Our skilled study advisers are here to assist you in any way they can.

1. Can you help students from anywhere in the world?

Yes, our advisers can assist from any location. Counselling sessions are done via Skype, Zoom or a digital platform that works for you, as well as over the phone. All paperwork is received via a secure portal so advice and assistance can be offered to anyone without the need to come to our offices.

2. Do you have a special agreement with the institutions?

Yes, in most cases we will have a contract which allows us to represent the institution. This also means that the institution will have given specialised training to our study advisers and that we have direct access to the admissions teams.

3. Do I need to do a foundation/pre-university year or can I go direct to the first year?

This will depend on your grades. However, in most cases, you should be able to enter the first year if you have high grades and have studied for at least 12 years. It will also depend on your chosen country and institution so please discuss this with your study adviser.

4. How long will my visa last for?

Your visa will generally be valid for the duration of your course. However, this will depend on the type of visa you applied for. It may be possible to move to a post-study visa, depending on your course and which country you study in. Please speak to your study adviser for more details.

5. How long will my visa take once I have applied?

It will depend on the country and the type of visa you have applied for. There are also fast track visa application services for most countries. Speak to your study adviser to find out more.

6. Can you help with scholarships?

Most universities offer scholarships. However, these are normally academically based and often take the form of a fee reduction once you’ve been accepted. Browse our list of recently announced scholarships to see if you might qualify.

7. Can I work while I study?

It will depend on your visa and country. In most cases, you will be able to work around 20 hours per week and full time during breaks.

8. Can I get my tuition deposit back if I decide not to go to the university I applied to or I get a visa rejection?

This will depend on the institution’s refund policy. In most cases you should be able to apply for a refund of your deposit if you have not yet arrived at the institution.

9. When are the intake dates?

There are two intakes for most universities, one in January/February and the other in August/September. However, some universities offer a third intake in May/June.









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