Studying abroad is an adventure and a life time opportunity in so many ways. You get to view the world with different angles and you get to learn about other cultures as well. This experience exposes you to new ways of thinking and living. By studying abroad you get a chance to learn a life lessons that can be never gained by just reading the academic text books. Broadening horizons, venturing to another culture, and learning a new language can really help you to find out more about yourself.
Academic counselors of Discovery Education are highly qualified in handling the students’ matters right from the university admission process till the visa process. Since they have couple of years of experience, they are able to empathize with the student’s needs and constraints. Our counselors are not only knowledgeable but are accessible to our students at all times and ensure that no query is left unanswered. We pride ourselves in our ability to find the right institution and the right course to suit student's specific needs—including affordability, scholarship, grants, internship and assistant-ship. We are committed to give you 100% successful results and make your dreams a reality.
It is always better to plan as soon as possible if you are thinking about abroad study. There are innumerable options to choose from when it comes to studying abroad. You need to decide on the study destination, university or college, course, location, language, costs and many other factors. Student should also keep in mind the aptitude and the language tests that are compulsory in most of the countries. These processes can be time consuming and the student should also keep in mind the legal aspects of the country that needs to be addressed mandatorily. Hence, it is suggestible that student start planning at least 7-8 months before the departure.
Selecting a right study destination, right university or college and right course is an extremely sensitive decision. It is really confusing to choose one from the long lists. For this very process, you must have strong conviction, will power and research skills. You may even take advice from the seniors, university alumni, peers and academic advisors. Since it is a brainstorming process, choosing a right course is the fundamental aspect of studying abroad. Lots of money and time needs to be spent once you decide to study in foreign country. So, you must be absolutely sure regarding the course you want to pursue. Research is the best way to do that.
Once you have made the decisions about the country and the course you are going to study next comes the process of application submission. This is a vast area and your first step to study abroad. Before you start your process, you must meet academic and English language entry requirement of the respective education provider. You may even sail through the interview process and prepare convincing Statement of Purpose. So after you have made your decision, please visit our office for further queries or contact us through Facebook or place a direct call on 01-5244835/5244836 as you will have a lot of processes—admission assessment, GTE assessment and financial assessment.
Yes. Studying abroad is a very big decision to take for any student. Your parents needs to be involved and they are bound to ask lots of questions. The student should not feel irritated but instead give them all the information they sought honestly. They must be clear on your motive to abroad study. Even after this, they show reluctance than our professional counselors can help the student to convince their parents either by face to face talk or through telephones, whichever is convenient.
It depends on the country you are applying for. In case of Australia, Canada and UK, you will need to pay tuition fees in advance where as in New Zealand the tuition fees need to be paid after you will get Approval in Principal (AIP) and in the USA, the tuition fee needs to be paid after you get the visa. However, in case of Australia, Canada and the UK, if your visa is denied, then you will get your tuition fees refunded.
A visa is a stamp or an entry permit or other notation placed in your passport that will allow you to enter and temporarily reside in your host country during your program. A visa is required for all the duration of your study period. Visas are obtained through the Consular Offices of a country’s Embassy or a respective Home Office. While the most of the Embassies are located in Kathmandu itself, there are some countries, for example, UK, Australia and many European Countries, whose visa needs to be processed from respective country’s authorized VFS centers in Kathmandu.
Before applying for visa, you must complete visa application form, enclose supporting documents—including passport, academic documents, statement of purpose, medical report, COE or CAS, medical insurance or OSHC, financial documents and other case specific documents, and the payment slip of your visa fees. The visa fees are applicable for every country but the amount differs from one country to another. So, please check the official website of the respective country to find out the exact visa amount.
First, you get off at the airport where you will be interrogated by custom officials regarding your purpose of visit, your visa status and also your address in the destination country. Then after claiming your luggage, you head towards your college or any accommodation that you might have booked in advance. Many colleges provide international students with airport pickup facility if they have decided to reside in college hostel. Otherwise you will need to hire a cab or train or any other means of transport. You don’t need to worry about the support service in abroad as your respective university/college, alumni, student’s club, volunteer association, legal advisor, information center will all be there to support you once to reach your destination country.
It depends on the spending habit of the student as well as the location where the student is opting for. Some areas might be cheaper as compared to another area. So student should plan before hand and get the dollars exchanged from Nepal Rastra Bank or any other private bank as soon as they obtain the visa. However, the limit for exchange is $2500 in cash and the remaining amount can be exchanged through International Card or Travellers Cheque.
Yes. All participants must be law abiding in their host country. There may be country-specific rules that apply. There also are limits on traveling independently. In a new environment, it’s important to be more aware than you might be at home. And remember: you are a student ambassador for the destination country, so it will be important to act respectfully toward others and to give extra attention to being culturally aware. Students may be sent home for breaking rules or laws, or for persistent behavioral issues.
Unfortunately, these cases might occur as we have no control over visa grant of any country. This is solely issued by the consular officials or the case officers of the respective country. There is always a less chance of visa refusal; if you have good academic background, good test score, clear motive behind pursing your degree and meeting the Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) criteria of a country. However, if the visa has been rejected in spite of all the required criteria’s fulfilled by the students, we at Discovery Education will assist you with re-application of visa form. We will also help you to communicate with your university or college regarding deferral of your admission to the next session. Finally, we will assist you with all the changes that need to be made in the initial documents.
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