Study visa

Study Visa

All the countries present in the world offer a student visa to foreign students to facilitate carrying out full-time studies. The students who aim to study abroad are normally permitted to work for up to 15 or 20 hours per week part time in order to finance their studies. Some countries in this world offer several different types of visas to carry out studies in their country, depending on nature of study – for obtaining a formal degree or a vocational training, etc.

We as a counsellor understand and value the aspirations of students who seek an opportunity to study abroad, in such a huge sector it becomes very important that one should be well aware of all the legal laws, rules and regulations that may impact the student life and eligibility to study in his dream country. To avoid any obstacle or roadblocks we make sure that our teams stay updated with latest changes of study visa policies which are validated by government bodies only such as CIC for Canadian study visa information.

Students’ spouse may accompany by obtaining a visa alongside. However, each country places its own restrictions. Some countries allow a training period after completion of studies. Almost all banks offer student loan at affordable interest rates for financing the education. Repayment of loans begins after completion of the course. In case students are unable to find a job after completion of their studies, student loan consolidation companies allow restructuring of repayments and also reduce the amount payable.To avoid any obstacle or roadblocks we make sure that our teams stay updated with latest changes of study visa policies

Visa Process

  • Step1

    Reception

  • Step 2

    Counsellor

  • Step 3

    Information

  • Step 4

    Documents

  • Step 5

    Visa Approved

 

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