STEP UP! WE STILL CAN GET YOU INTO SOME OF THE BEST UNIVERSITIES AROUND THE GLOBE THIS SEPTEMBER 2017

Worried it’s too late to get into University this September? Worry not! We still can get you into some of the best Universities located worldwide.

It’s always good to start early; but we do understand we are driven by the varying circumstances around us. The good news is we can work through this together as a team.

WHAT YOU GOT TO DO

You first need to get your documents together and send them to us, so that we can scrutinise them for you, based on which we shortlist the best Universities suiting your profile and educational needs.

Here’s a list of documents you need to put together to prepare your University application:

  • Academic transcripts depicting your previous scores
  • Passport having validity of at least 6 months from the start date of your course.
  • A letter of recommendation from your lecturer/ teacher or employer (in some cases from both).
  • IELTS/ TOEFL score to test your English proficiency. This again depends on your scores from your previous education, the university requirements etc.
WHAT WE DO FOR YOU

Once we receive these documents from you, we then begin preparing your application to different universities and in most cases we secure your conditional offer for you in two weeks time. You can then start your visa application process, but off course we help you with that too!

So get cracking and do get in touch for any further queries on regina@wikatiedu.com !

#wearealwayshappytohelp

 

 

HOW TO APPLY TO UNIVERSITIES ABROAD

Choosing the right University from a wide range available world-wide can be a daunting task. We’ve put together four tips to ease the process, while walking with you at every step of the way.

  1. Choose the best country to suit your study abroad needs:

    Shortlist your requirements based on priority. Do you want to get into a University that is based in a city where you can build connections and secure a future and / or your priority is getting into an English speaking country? A combination of these two factors can be narrowed down to the UK, the US, Canada, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. If you are still puzzled, our counselor’s will help you make the right choice after understanding your requirements.

  2. Now decide on a University that suits you well:

    In the next step we help you shortlist universities that offer the course that you are interested in. We always advise our students to have 2-3 options as a precautionary measure. You can also browse through our website to get the list of some of the finest universities spread across the globe.

3. Read and understand the entry criteria:

Every University has its own unique entry criteria that needs to be met depending upon the level of education, country your applying to etc. Most Universities/ Colleges would require transcripts from previous schools (translated) and academic / professional references. Many Universities would also require you to produce bank statements to proveĀ  you can pay for the course if you are not being sponsored. The requirements are mostly stated on the University website and if you go through us, we walk you through the entire process step by step. If you hail from a non- English speaking country, you are required to produce yor English language test, to make sure you are ready to study abroadĀ  eliminating communication barriers.

4. Submission:

You then need to submit the documents to us and we scrutinise them for you before putting your application in to avoid any delays. We also fill the online application form for you as per the University norms. We then keep you posted on the progress of your application and contact you if any additional information is requested by the University admission team.

We break down this entire process for you and work with you to get you in the University/ College of your dreams.

Your future starts here. Get in touch with us and make a wise call!

Call us today to book your free consultation on +91 7262020210 (India) or +44 2085185190 ext 136 (UK).