1. Deciding to study abroad

2. Choosing a university

  • External events for Students

    External events for Students

    On the university website the past events at the universities will be listed.

  • Look beyond lectures

    Look beyond lectures

    The Learning Process: From Attention to Comprehension to Integration

  • Think about location

    Think about location

    You have to think carefully about where you want to study and cross off any universities which aren't in the right location for you.

  • Consider the course structure

    Consider the course structure

    The course structure refers to the choice of topics and the organization and sequencing of course content. Remember that the choice of topics and thei

  • Research online

    Research online

    You need to evaluate the information you find in your sources on the basis of accuracy, validity, appropriateness for needs, importance, and social an

  • Destinations to Study Abroad

    Destinations to Study Abroad

    Study abroad is about broadening your horizons and experiencing something new. So why do so many students choose the same destinations? Ye

3. Choosing a program

4. Application process

5. Academic writing services

6. Visas and travel

  • Funding your study

    Funding your study

    Sources of funding include self-sponsorship from savings, personal loans, part time students’ jobs, family, a loan from government revolving funds,

  • Tuition and Living Expenses

    Tuition and Living Expenses

    The immigration departments require you to show you have financial security to fund your education and support you livelihood.

7. Enrollment

8. Career paths

  • How to be a perfect intern

    How to be a perfect intern

    The internship success guide provides information on things you can do to ensure that your internship is successful.

  • Finding an internship

    Finding an internship

    For recent graduates and individuals considering a career change, an internship is a way to try a new job without making a permanent commitment.

  • Work values employers are looking for

    Work values employers are looking for

    An internship is an opportunity to learn the skills and behaviors along with the work values that are required to be successful in the workplace.