7 Unique Steps for Studying Abroad
Edvoy has helped students like you to study abroad. We know for sure what it takes to make you successful. We will assist you with the course and visa requirements, fly and feel at home in your new destination. Best of all, Edvoy’s services are free of charge.
It helps to do a little work before you speak to us. When you do some work, you’ll get an understanding of the places you’re most interested in.
You may want to look at some of the course outlines, university reviews, and their places. You can also launch a wish list of your priorities and launch narrowing down your choices.
Studies can also involve asking your friends and relatives whether they have studied abroad.
You should ask them about their experiences-where they were learning and what they thought about it?
You should also keep in touch with your mates who study abroad and get input and advice from them.
Write a post on your Facebook page and you might be shocked by how many people have knowledge in foreign education.
Even if you don’t know where to get started? Don’t think about it. You should come to one of our offices, and our counsellors can help you get going.
Don’t believe anything you’ve read here, too. Many of the student feedback may have been motivated by a single bad personal experience or by picking a course that wasn’t right for them. This doesn’t necessarily mean you’re going to feel the same way.
We’re going to make sure you get correct and objective recommendations.
Talk to one of our Envoy Counsellors
Once you’re ready, schedule an appointment with the Envoy Counsellor.
Our advisors are fully trained and all of them have been foreign students themselves. They have a wealth of first-hand expert knowledge and practical experience from various research locations around the world.
You should take your wish list and course expectations along with you as a starting point for your appointment.
Your consultant will go on all the information, both big and minor, to ensure the best possible match for you and your future institution.
Make your application
Once you have selected a course and a university or a degree, it’s time to apply.
The psychologist will assist you in your education and in your course applications.
You don’t need to think about it because we take our jobs very seriously and meet the strictest legal and ethical criteria.
Your consultant must directly call your preferred institution or school and ensure that they embrace your application and boost your chances of admission.
If you need to take an English language exam to apply for your degree, you need to practice a lot.
You would require correct grammar and spelling as well as vocabulary in a study such as IELTS, TOFEL & Duolingo.
Accepting your offer
After your submission has been accepted by the university or school, it will be reviewed, and you will be informed of the outcome.
This can take a few weeks, or longer, for the submission to be approved for postgraduate courses.
If your request is approved, you will receive a letter of offer and an approval form. Until considering the bid, the consultant will read it closely for you and review any conditions that might apply.
When you’re eligible for more than one course or training, and you’re unsure, we’ll help you determine which choice is better for you.
It’s normal to be anxious when you wait for the results of your course applications.
When you feel nervous about it, we want you to tell us. This is completely natural, and we will make you feel more comfortable about it.
Practice your Language skills
It’s also a smart thing to brush up on your English language skills and guarantee that you can keep up with what your lecturers suggest. This will be helpful, particularly if you don’t have English as your first language.
You should try watching English TV news and chat shows, reading books, and listening to podcasts where the language is more structured.
You should even have some fun learning the local language at your research location.
For example, the Australians, or ‘Aussies,’ as they call themselves, have several different vocabulary and languages compared to the British, who call themselves British, even though they all speak English.
There are several websites that list slang from various areas, and some of these terms can make you understand the locals of your new nation.
Now that you have been admitted, it’s time to apply for a student visa. Edvoy will provide you with some knowledge to help ensure that you are well prepared to handle this transition with the appropriate migration departments.
Ready, steady, move
Congratulations! You’re off on a big adventure. Schedule an appointment There are a lot of things to think about during this time, and your Edvoy’s counselor will help you along the way with advice on issues such as money exchange, insurance, SIM cards, and opening a bank account.
We hold daily pre-departure sessions during the year to help you prepare for your new country’s student life.