Frequently Asked Questions

 

WILL I GET A REFUND IF MY VISA IS REFUSED?

If your visa is refused and you have paid a deposit of the tuition fees to your institution, you will receive a refund of the deposit when you send the institution a copy of your visa refusal letter from the High Commission contingent upon the reason for refusal.

SHOULD I PAY A DEPOSIT?

Some universities require the students to pay a part of the tuition fees in advance in order to reserve a place for them in the university. In any case, we recommend that all students make a deposit payment as it facilitates some ease in getting a student visa.

HOW CAN I FINANCE MY STUDIES?

Education in the UK may seem ludicrously expensive in comparison to the cost of studying in some Asian and African countries. However, the possible returns which are in the form of the quality of education offered, international exposure and the boost to one’s career must be kept in mind when evaluating the costs of studying abroad. A student can rely on sources like family funds, bank loans, scholarships, bursaries, sponsorships etc to provide for funds required.

  • Bank Loans

Most nationalized banks offer students loans at competitive rates for considerable time periods which may enable a large section of students to go and study overseas. This will require a collateral security to be pledged. You may even consider the possibility of an international bank loan. 

Kindly ask your advice counsellor for further information.

  • Educational Trusts/ Institutes

Various organisations/ institutes in a student’s home country or elsewhere may also be able to help the student in funding their studies abroad.

  • Sponsorships

A blood relative is always preferred but other sponsors can also help to fund your education in the UK provided a logical explanation is provided as to why they believe in sponsoring you.

HOW ARE THE UNIVERSITY RATED?

British Universities do not have a formal ranking system, but the government does take the responsibility to monitor and control the quality of education provided by each university through the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education. The Government conducts a Research Assessment Exercise once, every 5 years which determines the level of research activity in a university department. The departments are graded as high as 5* and as low as 1. General League Tables Prepared by newspapers like the Sunday Times and Financial Times may also be checked.

How Do I Get Started?

1

Identify the course of study, country and college/university

2

Ensuring all required documents are available.

3

Application Process

4

Ensuring all required documents are available.

5

Student Visa Processing

6

Orientation and Preparation

WHY CHOOSE US?

EduQualify provides solutions for all your International Education needs. Our services include assisting students to make the right choice with regards to pursuing their future education at overseas educational institutions. We provide guidance regarding education to all students in various countries such as the United Kingdom, Australia, parts of Europe etc., and have expertise over the ‘Education System’ prevalent across the globe. In addition, we also provide successful VISA Consultancy for all these countries.