Frequently Asked Questions

study abroad FAQ


Q. Which country should I go?

A. The most common question students ask is “which country should I try”? you should always make this decision on your own. We can only advice you but can’t decide on behalf of you.

Q. How do I choose?

A. Well first decide what subject you want to peruse? how this subject is going to help you in your career.Then search which university is running the course, then match entry requirement and apply.

Q. How do I apply?

A. Preparing and sending a complete application is a vast and hectic process, leave this to us, once you decide let us know and will apply for you, FOR FREE.

Q. What documents do I need to submit with my application?

A. generally, you will need same documents mentioned in our APPLICATION CHECKLIST section, but it may vary from country to country, consult with us.



Q. Is IELTS mandatory?

A. IELTS is mandatory for most universities, but sometimes it may be waived, it depends on your academic background.

Q. Do I need UKVI IELTS?

A. UKVI IELTS is mandatory for foundation level, but this situation might change at time, Universities may ask for UKVI IELTS for Undergrad and Post Grad direct admission.

Q. What is the difference?

A. It’s just another requirement by UKVI, exam criteria are same. You can take UKVI test even if you have taken normal IELTS (academic) test preparation.



Q. How do I apply for accommodation?

A. All universities have accommodation facilities; they can be applied through a portal or paper based application. Whatever the procedure is we will help you through the process.

Q. Do I need to pay for booking my room?

A. Most of the universities will ask for a minimum deposit, generally it is 250 -350 GBP

Q. Will I get a refund?

A. Yes, if visa is refused

Q. Is there any contract?

A. Yes, generally for 1 year

Q. What facilities will I get?

A. It varies from universities to universities and type of rooms, generally the more you pay the more facilities you get.

Q. Can I arrange my own accommodation?

A. Yes, you can.