If you’re considering higher education, you’ll need to decide what subject, course type, and course provider is right for you. You should always consider a course which will boost your career opportunities.
It’s equally important you choose a course which you can enjoy and which will also help you to reach your goals.
Our student counsellors will assist in choosing the right Universities and Course for you keeping in mind your interest, academic history and location preferences.
Once you choose your program, you have to take the required tests and get the scores before the application deadline of the program.
Keeping in mind the requirements of the university the application needs to be carefully filed. All the required documents needs to be annexed. Then you might have to report the scores to the chosen program departments or schools as instructed in how to apply in their website.
Two important documents required here along with your academic records are your SOP and LOR. Our student counsellors will assist you for the same and would carefully submit your application in multiple universities, thus increasing your chance of securing an admission.
Scholarship is a sometimes a key aspect in your quest to study abroad. The criteria is different for each college and study abroad program, so one has to be sure by checking what requirements are laid down by the college.
Two main aspects for awarding a scholarship are your academic achievements and time at hand. We advise students to start early if they wish to apply for a scholarship as every university has a certain quota and the chances decreases as you get near the deadline of the programme.
Our student counsellors will assist in for the same and would love to get one for you. Also keep in mind that scholarship for a courses will range in between 5% to 25% of the academic fee.
IELTS may be considered as mandatory for pursuing a dream of studying abroad as most of the universities demand for it. The better the score, the higher are your chances of securing an admission and also for a scholarship. Students must take IELTS seriously.
If you would like assistance with test preparation, IELTS centres and language schools around the world offer IELTS preparation courses. This will help you to improve your performance.
Our student counsellors will familiarise you with the format of the test by guiding you about the content of the test, as well as the question and task types for each section. They will also guide you regarding the IELTS rules and regulations and how to access official IELTS practice materials.
The process of Visa Filing kick starts once you receive confirmation of your enrolment from your chosen university.
It's always best to apply for the VISA as early as possible, regardless of when your program is due to start. Students are always advised to plan, keeping in mind university deadlines and working backwards.
Our student counsellors will familiarise you with the different requirements in terms of documents required and the different proof of funds acceptable. They would also guide you regarding what all the visas would let you do apart from studying in the country.
Pre-departure briefing are essential to provide valuable information in order to prepare students who have been accepted by a university. It gives you an opportunity to receive realistic and accurate information before the beginning of your study program.
Universities also usually have briefing sessions before the beginning of a study program. You may also contact the admissions office of your university to find out more information.
Our student counsellors will familiarise you regarding traditions, health and travel insurance, plane tickets, and visas among other things.
One of the best part of being associated with Royal UK Education is that our HQrs Office is situated in London. That’s one of the unique feature which will benifit you in the time of need.
Post Arrival Guidance includes being there for you at the destination airport once you have landed. Our London team can provide you with the list of reliable resources for travel and accommodation. Services include pickups from Airports, pre arrangements for accommodation and support in part-time jobs.
Our student counsellors will tell you more of the options available for you once you contact us.
Our services don't end after receiving you at the airport. Once you are in UK you can always ask our London Office for any assistance.
We will advise you on the best possible accommodation options keeping in mind the distance from your institution and other facilities. It is our priority to make you feel more comfortable in a very new country.
We will also arrange to drop you at your accommodation so that you don’t feel lost in the new country.
In the UK as an international student, you're allowed to work up to 20 hours at maximum per week during term-time and full-time during holiday breaks.
We can also assist you in finding a part time job as many of you would like to earn in your free time to assist your studies.
Our team in London will tell you more of the options available for you once you contact them.