Frequently Asked Questions

If you plan to study abroad, you should definitely do so, because it opens up new opportunities for you and new people, and also lets you experience other cultures. Studying abroad also makes it easy for you to travel internationally without a lot of problems of travel.
Yes, you can. However, there are some eligibility requirements and criteria set out by a number of universities and scholarship programs before they can study abroad.
Yes, you can. If you are under 18 years of age, your parents or guardian will have to write a letter indicating that they realize that you are going abroad to study and that they are the ones who fund your study.
There are many great reasons to travel abroad and it comes with many benefits. The most important reason to study abroad is to reach a world-class You will also return home a more independent, and will discover many cultural differences.
The list below is an examples of such countries include:
• United Kingdom
• Australia
• Canada
• China
• Germany
• Italy
• Japan
• Korea
• New Zealand
• United States of America
• Malaysia
As an international student in another country, you can enjoy medical care, scholarships for international students, rent good affordable homes, open a bank account and even own a car if you want.
Yes, very possible. Part-time work on your visa terms. Or 20 hours part-time on-campus per week.
Factors to consider before studying in a country are reasonable fees, the possibility of international students working there, the low cost of living, the availability of good housing for students, what percentage of foreign students visit this country to study, and how safe the place is.
Once you decide to study abroad, the first thing you should do is find the best countries for international students who can study comfortably. Once you find such countries, depending on your budget, look for affordable universities in those countries that offer the course or courses you want to study, look for their stated requirements and start applying if you meet them.
Studying abroad is completely safe for international students, as long as they are aware of how to establish safety measures. Before applying for studies in a country, you can also check the crime rate in the country you want to study.
Of course yes. A new environment with new challenges. Some of these are:
• Cultural differences
• Homesickness
• Financial difficulties
• Language barriers
The most important ones are:
• Bachelor's degree or results statement (for graduate students)
• Academic degree certificate & Transcripts
• Valid document of identification (passport)
• Statement of purpose (Personal and Academic)
• Letter of recommendation
• C.V.
• A copy of the following tests:
• GRE/GMAT or TOEFL/IELTs (varies from university to university) etc.
Language proficiency is not mandatory for many countries. However, you need to make efforts to understand the keywords of this country if it is not an English-speaking country.
If you need to learn to study or just want to know the language, you can take lessons. That's a good skill to pick it up.
Yes, that's the whole point of going to study abroad, to meeting and making friends with students from all over the world.
Obtaining an IELTS or TOEFL result is a necessity to study abroad to meet the requirements for unconditional admission to the university, but some universities offer their own language level test as a replacement for one of these 2 tests.
Yes, you can. There is no limit to the number of times you can study abroad as an international student. As long as you have the required documents, you can continue studying abroad.
Universities have standard safety measures to protect both international and local students.
During the selection of the university, it is good to know that the university is friendly to international students, located in a good area, has accommodation for students in their surroundings, offers scholarship opportunities, affordable, has courses with outstanding career opportunities, has employment programs at work, and offers students a visa to study.
Yes you can. Just note that you have a disability when filling out your application form and also when applying for your visa, the rest will be taken care of by the university.
The presentation letter or acceptance letter is an assurance that the university sends you, if you are successfully accepted to study at their school. When you get this, it means you are now a bona fide student at school.
A conditional offer letter is a letter that the university sends you when you are admitted to study at its university, but you still need to submit some documents. This can be for you to either submit an English test or an international passport if it is missing in your initial application.
A rejection letter is what the university sends you when you are not accepted to study at their school.
If you no longer want to study abroad, you can inform the admissions office that you will not continue your application. If you have already received an offer, you can thank them for the opportunity and refuse to accept the offer respectfully.
If this happens to you, you can defer your offer letter to the following year and join the next available semester of this course. Please note that deferring the offer will not affect your place at the university, just be prepared to go to university when the next round begins and make sure when your documents such as passport and language tests are not expired.
Once you have been accepted to study at a university, you must pay your own fee or submit your scholarship fee financial guarantee letter if you are a scholarship student and then start processing your visa so you can travel abroad.
You need to apply for a study permit or study visa so you can study abroad. Each country is granted its own international student visa, issued by its embassy.
Yes, you can only if the country has an option for international students to become permanent residents of their country after studying, you can apply for a residence permit to stay in the country.