Programs and Courses
Master Program
  • 25 Hours of IELTS training
  • Counseling session
  • Profile Building (SOP, LORS, Resume)
  • Applications
  • VISA Preparation
Crash Course
  • 15 Hours of IELTS Training
  • Counseling Session
  • Profile Building (SOP, LORS, Resume)
  • Applications
  • VISA Preparation
Customize your plan

A made-to-order plan for those who require limited assistance.

  • Customized IELTS Sessions.


  • Counseling and Applications.


The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is the world’s most popular English language proficiency test for higher education and global migration, if you aren’t a native speaker, IELTS test is mandatory for you. 

IELTS is accepted by more than 11,000 organisations worldwide. These include universities, immigration departments, government agencies, professional bodies and multinational companies.

Every international university/college offers intakes at different times of the year. Some institutions have two intakes, while others have three, one, or a rolling intake throughout the academic year. The majority of institutions in a given country have the same intake. As a result, you should start the admissions process at least a year ahead of time for the appropriate intake. In some situations, you may be able to start these steps 3-4 months ahead of time.

Every university has its own set of prerequisites, which typically include minimum academic qualifications, English language and entrance exam requirements, relevant work experience, and so on. Your education counsellor can assist you in identifying programmes that are suitable for you.

Yes, even if one’s academic grades are below average, one can get admitted. There are some good universities abroad that recognise that students lose focus and do not concentrate on their academics from time to time. They even have a good understanding of the Indian educational system because they work closely with us. These institutions will be willing to give you a second opportunity.

It is dependent on the length and type of programme you are enrolled in. The immigration stamp in your passport will indicate whether you are eligible to work. International students are permitted to work 20 hours per week during the school year and full time during the summer vacation. Many colleges and universities provide a ‘Job shop’ to assist students in finding part-time work. Newspapers and the internet are also used to publicise job openings. There are also numerous national and regional employment agencies, both government and private, that can provide guidance on the wide range of opportunities available to their clients’ enterprises and industries.

Financial aid is a way for students to lower or eliminate the costs of their international education.
A university may offer a financial aid package to students that includes scholarships/grants as well as an on-campus job programme. As a result, this package assists students in covering a large portion of their total costs while studying abroad.

Teaching assistantships are another option. Teaching assistants help professors by assisting them in teaching undergraduate classes or checking test papers. They are compensated for this work, which pays the majority of their university expenditures. For more information contact your counselor.