Frequently asked questions
Global Colliance has been continuously nourishing students’ careers in foreign education for the last 15 years. With a visa success of 99%, we lead in overseas education. What you get when you come to us:
– Profile Evaluation according to the choice of course and institution.
– Transparency, the best service, and solution to all queries is our mantra.
Choosing the country depends on personal interest, academic scores, and majorly on the budget. The student must check the availability of the course which offers him/her the best employment after the studies. Global Colliance helps you make the analysis and offers the country that suits best to your profile.
The common belief is that foreign universities are expensive, although with scholarships this is an exaggerated issue. What many fail to consider are time and effort. Studying in an Indian college leads to a lower average salary than earned by our western counterparts. Additionally, most senior positions tend to be scooped up by individuals who have an international outlook through global exposure. Finally, studying in a foreign country is an incredible learning experience helping students get better academic as well as soft skill development.
Canada has been wholeheartedly welcoming international students since long being one of the market leaders in education for decades and what sets the maple country apart is its immigration. Students pursuing a (master’s degree) are practically assured a Permanent Residency Visa.
No, A good score doesn’t automatically qualify the student for a scholarship but being one of the primary factors the admissions department looks for in a scholarship application. The factors like academics of the students, financial background, and the SOPs are also taken into consideration.
We got to hear this question so many times from students, All countries have highly ranked universities and colleges but this may not be the only distinguishing feature. A University that suits the best for students would be one (1) accredited by the local accredited council (2) accepts the student’s qualifications for the interested course (3) offers the course that the student is looking for (4) student preferred location, after all the points are checked the student can look into the financial part.
The days are gone when overseas education was only limited to the rich class society or the upper middle class. There are many countries that offer quality education at an affordable cost along with providing many scholarship options.
For more details, call us, write to us or just inquire online and we will be more than happy to assist you.
We often get this question from the aspiring student who is looking to study abroad, It totally depends upon the country and the university or institution where you have attained these qualifications. Most of the government/private universities or institutions of higher learning from India are recognized and even a distance education attained at these grants is recognized for the purpose of higher education or immigration.
Yes, it’s true. Any cost depends upon the country’s average earning per person capacity. Most of the developed countries have very high healthcare costs because the locals are able to meet those costs.
So, it is always advisable that you must buy health insurance if you are planning for settling abroad.
It usually takes 4-6 weeks of time to process a file. It starts with selecting a university and preparing for application – receiving an offer letter from a college or university – Documentation for the Visa file – visa interview preparation – Interview date – Receiving a visa – Ready to fly.
Canada – IELTS (mandate) TOEFL or PTE or Duolingo (Non-SDS), UK – IELTS or TOEFL, USA – IELTS or TOEFL, GRE or GMAT or SAT, AUS – IELTS or PTE. IELTS and TOEFL exam is not necessary for all universities, but it is definitely important supportive document for your application form. Proficiency in the English Language is a must in order to study abroad as the medium of instruction and communication is English.
This question always hovers in students’ minds while planning for abroad studies. Well, expenditure is divided into 2 parts, 1. Tuition Fees 2. Living expense. Most college and university fees are based on the course, college Ranking, and duration of the study.
Opening a bank account in a foreign country is mandatory for students in order to carry out the in and out transactions, pay tuition fees, and transact from their home country to here or vice versa. Some banks have special schemes for students, which can be checked thoroughly after reaching there.
Yes, it is possible to go to Canada. The process doesn’t depend on just one factor. Academic qualification and career history come into the picture. Additionally, it is also possible to reattempt the IELTS exam and achieve a better score. Global Colliance offers IELTS training to ensure that your score best reflects your abilities.
Yes!! You can work legally along with the studies as per the student visa norms in which a student can work 15-20 hours per week. On vacation, the student can engage in a full-time job for 40-45 hours per week. But a student cannot engage in full-time employment, any business, or provide service as a sportsperson or entertainer.
Yes! The students can apply for admission till their results are awaited. A conditional offer letter is given to the student. The results need to be submitted later on.