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USA - FAQs

1. What kind of Universities will be suitable to my profile?
 USA has around 4000 universities. Most students can surely find universities that will accept their profile and course interest.


2. Are there any scholarships available
 Usually there are some merit scholarships. To be eligible for these scholarships students have to apply early, usually by the 1st deadline. Mostly the scholarships will be available form the 2nd term onwards only.


3. What is the difference between private and state universities?
 State universities are government funded and charge lower fees. Private universities charge higher tuition fees. State universities are generally consid

UK - FAQs

1. Why study in UK?
T
he UK has numerous Universities offering a number of courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Universities accept 15 yrs (12+3) of education for entering into their PG programs. The duration of most of the undergraduate degrees is for three years and, Master degrees for one yr hence saving you cost and time! Many degrees provide good links with business and professional organizations.

 

2. Can I get free health care for myself and my family whist I study in the UK?
Yes, if you are on a course lasting 6 months or more you can get treatment from the National Health Service (NHS) from the beginning of your stay. It covers hospital treatment. This also applies to your spouse and children


3. Do universities in UK provide online or distance learning education also?
Yes. But very few offer online and distance learning options for international applicants.

Ireland - FAQs

1. Are scholarships available?
A small number of scholarships for overseas students are available from the universities and colleges. These are awarded solely at the discretion of the individual institutions who set down their own criteria for eligibility. Students are advised to contact the institution of their choice directly, to obtain information.


2. Can I get my family with me?
Yes, family immigration is permitted for the spouse and/or dependents of the primary applicant. 
Dependents entering the country under a family visa service of this kind will be permitted to reside in the country for as long as the principle applicant's course of study in Ireland.

 

3. What are the benefits of applying for Irish Student visa?
Immigration to Ireland has grown significantly in recent years due in part to a comparatively liberal immigration policy coupled with the high quality of life which can be obtained in the country.

 

4. Why is IT very well established in Ireland?
Geographically Ireland is situated behind USA, so many of the IT companies set up their branches in Ireland.

 

Newzealand - FAQs

1. Can I get a visa for my spouse while I am studying in New Zealand?
Yes, if you are studying a post graduate course or a course listed in the long term skill shortage list in New Zealand, then your spouse will be eligible for a full time work visa. If you are studying any other course still your spouse will get a visitor’s visa so she can live with you while you are in New Zealand.

 

2. I have been declined a visa by another country in the past, will it affect the student visa application for New Zealand?
No, however it is advisable to submit the copy of the decline letter to the visa officer with the application so he/she is aware that there was no fraud involved in your past application.

Germany - FAQs

1. Are part time jobs available in Germany?
Yes, part time jobs are available for students in Germany.


2. Is it necessary to learn German language?
It is not compulsory to learn German as all teaching is in English only. Even for part time jobs German language is not compulsory. However, most people in Germany speak German language. Student who understand and speak German will be comfortable interacting with local people and can get better jobs.

 

3. Are there good Permanent job after the education?
Many world class companies are located in Germany. During studies students get multiple opportunities to interact and do projects with good German companies. This helps them in getting placed in jobs after completion of studies. Students also have the option to apply for jobs in other countries in EU area (Schengen area)

 

4. Is it possible to visit any other country by this visa?
Yes, students can travel anywhere in the Schengen area. This area covers about 25 countries.

 

5. How many seats available per semester?
There are limited seats available per university per stream both for free and paid education. These seats are open for all non EU candidates.

Canada - FAQs

1. Is there a visa interview?
There is no visa interview.


2. If I have a visa reject from some other country will I get a Canada visa.?
Yes, it is possible to get a Canadian visa.

 

3. Is there any difference in the process if I want to study in Quebec?
If you apply to study in Quebec, you need a certificate of acceptance or CAQ. However Qeuebec does not have any popular community colleges. Student will have to apply only to private colleges.

 

 

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