Documents Required For Application Screening Process

Updated CV in Word Format

We required a complete and updated CV. You must treat your resume as a comprehensive and focused reference to your academic history, delivered responsibilities.

Passport Color Copy page

Photocopy of inner first and last page of the passport, which should be clear.

Visa copy

If you had travelled abroad for any kind of job or study purpose kindly, provide a photocopy of the visa and a clear note of purpose of journey.

National Insurance Number

If you have a previous stay history in UK insurance number.

Educational Qualification

All your copy of transcript of STD 10th, 12th and all the 3/4/5 years of the Bachelor’s degree.

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All fields are mandatory

Experience letter from previous employer or Referral le†er

Documenting your work history should be easy – simply describe your job duties and responsibilities on your resume and employment application.
An academic letter of recommendation is a one to a two-page letter that highlights a student’s academic history, character, and academic and/or career goals. The letter expands upon a student’s report card or transcript, providing insight into what kind of student and/or potential employee they are.

IELTS Certificate Copy if available or 70% in 12th English

Letter to prove that medium language of instruction was English.
This letter is for institutions who require a proof that the Language of Instruction at the University is English

Present Address Proof

Student should provide a photocopy of present address proof such as Aadhaar Card, Driving License, Voter Card etc.
Should provide Skype ID, E-mail address, student mobile number and parent’s mobile number.
It is mandatory to provide above mention details , which helps in scheduling live or telephonic interview from the universities.

Statement of Purpose

Tell about yourself who you are, what made you choose your career path, why do you opted for the particular university, what are your plan after doing the course, interests and other things in detail.

Next of Kin details

Students are requested to provide contact details of their Parents/Wife/Husband for contacting
them in case of emergency.

Note: If found above points not applicable please mention the reason All the documents should be sent in the pdf format through mail or clear color copy of the documents should be physically handover to the office or by post.

Eligibility for application process

1. Valid Passport

To enter the United Kingdom, your passport must be valid for the entire duration of your planned stay. If you are planning onward travel after departing the UK

2.  For pursuing any under graduation program one should have completed 10th class, for graduation one should have completed +2, for master’s program one should have completed graduation, for diploma one should have completed +2.

3. Resume/CV

Resume is not an autobiography and should not be approached in that way. You must treat your resume as a comprehensive and focused reference to your academic history, delivered responsibilities, achievements and academic & professional skills. Finally, the font, spacing, tool usage, etc. should be used in an appropriate manner and in alignment with the standard format of an academic resume. More importantly, there is a standard format which an academic resume follows which you should keep in mind.

4. Letter of Recommendation (LOR)

The LOR is a document that provides the admission officers with a comprehensive insight into your suitable candidature for admission into the concerned University. The full form of LOR is a Letter of Recommendation. This letter aims at enabling the Admission officers to gain a clearer and favorable picture of your experience, achievements, contributions, and skills communicated by the recommender through the recommendation letter.

5. English Eligibility

Student should have minimum 5.5 score in IELTS or one should have studied English as their first language till 12th standard with 70% scoring


When are International Students Admited by various universities?

The number of admits / intakes vary from country to country and university to university. However in general, the two major intakes viz., fall (August-September) & spring (January-February), and the other intakes are summer (May-June) & winter (Dec). The fall or spring intake is generally recommended for international students

Which country is the most popular destination for study abroad?

Students from India generally prefer countries like USA, UK and Australia respectively. Last year 74,000+ Indians had enrolled at various universities in the USA while its reported that UK had around 18000 and Australia had nearly 17000 Indian students enrolling for higher studies.

The figures above show that the Indians still view USA as the most popular destination probably due to the following reasons:

a. Over 3300 accredited colleges and universities to choose
b. Over 600 major fields of study to choose
c. Over 1000 professionally accredited degree programs.
d. The only country to dole substantial amounts in the form of fellowships, tuition fee waivers, assistantships and other campus

Indian students are also opting for UK, mainly because;

a. UK accepts 3-year degree (like B.Sc., B.Com, BA etc.) directly for a Master’s program, unlike other
countries wherein 4 years of bachelor degree is a must.
b. Most of the masters programs at UK are of a one-year duration.
c. British education is traditionally well known for its academic excellence.
d. The immigration rules have been relaxed to allow the students to work.

Australia has also emerged as a popular destination because;

a. Of the liberalized visa regulations and immigration laws in favor of the international students,
pursuing higher studies in Australia.
b. The TAFE institutes offer courses tailor made for the job market.
c. Students can apply for immigration on successful completion of their studies and compliance to other rules.
d. GRE / GMAT / SAT scores are not insisted by many of the universities.

Am I eligible to study abroad?

To begin studying as an international student, there are a range of entry requirements you may have to meet.

The academic requirements (including evidence of English language skills) you need to study
abroad will vary depending on the level of education you want to pursue. For instance, some courses
will require you to have done a foundation course before applying for a degree. All universities and
schools can have different entry requirements, so read the course information on their respective websites very carefully.

How much will it cost to study abroad?

The costs associated with studying at a university or school abroad vary greatly. It depends on the nature of yourchosen program, the length of your stay, the distance you travel and the kind of lifestyle you want when you get there. Be aware that some student visas require you to have a certain amount of funds available in your bank account when you arrive in your chosen country. It is best to review the immigration websites for the country you wish to study in or speak to one of our counsellors. However, there are restrictions on the hours you are allowed to work to ensure you don’t lose your academic focus.

How long does the application process take?

We recommend you begin your application process at least a 2 to 3 months for processing, its better to plan a year in advance to give enough time for your applications to be processed and to prepare for your Anne overseas. Remember, the academic year begins at different times of the year in different countries.

Can I work and study at the same time?

Working while you study can complement your educational and living experience when studying abroad. If you pursue a course at a degree level or above you may be permitted to work while on an international student visa. Many universities have a dedicated job centre on campus for students that advertises job opportunities and internships to help students develop various skills. The university careers service is also a useful source of information.

Will studying abroad help me find a good job?

It’s your opportunity to develop a wealth of new skills, perspectives and stronger English language skills and seek work experience from the kind of employers you’d like to work for. A recent study conducted with more than 4,500 ex-international students explored the exact skills employers in the US value when it comes to recruiting people that have studied overseas.