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Study Abroad

Study abroad

How It Works

Step 1: Consultation

Start with a free consultation service. Once we’ve understood your goals, we can then move forward to the next step.

Step 2: University Match

From our database of partner universities across the world, we shall propose programs & universities that match your needs.

Step 4: Application Preparation

Admission requirements differ from program to program or from university to university. We shall handle the complexities for you.

Step 5: Immigration Support

Once you  receive your admission letter, we shall help you throughout the immigration process until you get your student visa.


Where Will You Like to Study?

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Overshoot your goals this year. Choose one of our partner universities, benefit from a simplified admission procedure, travel and begin your studies on time.

United States

Did you know? As per the QS World Ranking 2019, 33 of the top 100 universities are from the US. Similarly, Times Higher Education Ranking has also ranked seven of the American universities in its top 10 list of universities. Here are a few reasons why you should consider studying in one of our partner universities in the United States:


Did you know? Seven Canadian universities are ranked among the top 200 in the world. That’s why, every year, Canada welcomes hundreds of thousands of international students from around the globe. Indeed, when you study in Canada, you invest in your future. Discover the top reasons why you should choose to study in one of our partner universities in Canada:

United Kingdom

Did you know? The UK is home to two of the world’s top three universities, and 26 are in the top 200 best institutions for learning. Here are a few reasons why you should consider studying in one of our partner universities in the UK: 


Ireland’s education system is among the best you’ll find. Did you know that universities in Ireland rank in the top 3% world-wide? Here are some reasons why you should choose to study in one of our partner universities:


Germany is among the most popular destinations for studying abroad. Did you know that the number of international students in Germany has been growing steadily over the years. From 2014 to 2021, the numbers have increased by nearly 40%. Here are a few reasons why you should consider studying abroad in Germany:


Switzerland is a small European country that welcomes hundreds of international students from all over the world. Here are some of the reasons why you should study in Switzerland:


Studying in the Netherlands is a great investment in your career. 

Did you know? Dutch universities offer the largest number of English-taught programmes in continental Europe. About 2,000 programmes are taught entirely in English.

Moreover, The Netherlands is one of the safest countries in the world, according to the 2018 Global Peace index and belongs to the top 10 happiest countries in the world.

Furthermore, the Netherlands is the 18th largest economy in the world. Some of the world’s biggest multinationals, including Philips, Heineken, KLM, Shell, ING and Unilever, are Dutch. The Netherlands is a world leader in many areas of expertise, including agriculture, water management, art & design, logistics and sustainable energy.

Apply to one of our partner universities in the Netherlands.


France attracts thousands of international students every year for its globally acclaimed institutions, vibrant campuses, and the mélange of French culture, cuisine, history, and landmarks that never fail to wow people. Here are some reasons why you should consider studying in one of our partner universities in France:


Did you know? 25 Universities in Spain are featured in top universities of the world by QS. Here are some reasons why you need to to consider studying in Spain:


Beyond Italy’s renowned expertise in the language of Architecture, Arts, Design and Fashion, Italy is very fluent in the language of Research and Science. 

Since the first modern University in Europe was founded in Bologna in 1088, Italy has generated a vast expertise in applied sciences thanks to extraordinary scientists such as Leonardo da Vinci and Galileo Galilei.

Today, with over 61 vibrant public universities, 30 private universities, 11 public research organizations, and over 339 courses taught in English,  Italy will teach you more than Italian.

Apply to one of our partner universities in Italy.


A real hidden gem for international students with a sense of adventure.

Malta offers an excellent standard of education, an affordable standard of living, and plenty of exciting career opportunities in industries of the future such as gaming, blockchain, and AI.

Join one of our partner universities in Malta.


Dis you know? Australia is home to 43 universities in total, with 40 Australian, two international and one private university. It’s a case of quality as well as quantity, with six Australian universities ranking in the internationally renowned top 100.

Since Australia’s universities are some of the top ranked in the world, it’s no surprise that they offer a multitude of different degrees and majors.

Whether you are studying engineering or English, medicine or Mathematics, there are plenty of different options and combinations to choose from when you study in Australia. It could be a good idea to contact your short list of universities prior to see what they offer and whether you meet the eligibility requirements.

Apply to one of our partner universities in Australia.

New Zealand

New Zealand is an increasingly popular destination to study abroad, which means there are many great programs to choose from. In addition to exchange programs with American colleges, New Zealand offers a variety of specialty programs, many of which have ties to a particular university.

Several of these programs are all-inclusive and highly ranked, taking much of the uncertainty out of the study abroad process and leaving you free to enjoy your program.

Apply to one of our partner universities.


China is one of the most popular study abroad destinations for international students.

Many students choose to study in China with the expectation of better employment opportunities in fields such as travel, news media, academics, diplomatic work, financial, trade, banking and a lot more. International companies are competing for talents with Mandarin Chinese skills to be placed as executives for their China ventures.

With China as an emerging economic superpower, understanding the Chinese language and the value acquired by speaking Chinese is becoming increasingly important.

Six Reasons to Study Abroad in China

  1. Affordable tuition and scholarships
  2. Learn from China’s development
  3. Enhance your global experience
  4. Improve your career prospects
  5. Learn Chinese language
  6. Discover Chinese culture.


Moreover, tuition fees and living costs for international students in China are comparatively inexpensive, especially by comparison with United States and other western countries. China is one of the most generous countries providing scholarships to international students. There are scholarships from the government, universities, foundations and corporations designed to support international students from different academic disciplines.

Apply to one of our partner universities.


The biggest reason to study in Japan is its reputed educational institutions. Japan is one of the highest-performing OECD nations in math, reading literacy and sciences, with average student scores touching 529, which is higher than the average score of 486. 94.6% of adults in the country have finished upper-secondary education (those between 25-64 years of age).

Another reason to study in Japan is the fact that all universities in the country are under the regulation of the Ministry of Education Science and Technology (MEXT), with global recognition for all degrees. 

Apply to one of our partner universities.


Because Malaysia is affordable and English is widely spoken here, Malaysia has become one of the leading education hubs in Southeast Asia. Students from Southeast Asia and as far as Africa come here to complete their tertiary studies as they know that Malaysia’s universities offer top-notch quality education. 

Public universities are cheaper, with international students typically paying about RM7,000 per year for a degree course. Private universities are much more costly, and students can expect to pay anywhere from RM15,000 and above per year. 

As for living costs, it’s recommended that you have a budget of at least RM10,000 per year although RM15,000 would be ideal. This would include accommodation, transportation, and food. If you choose an institution in bigger cities such as Kuala Lumpur, be prepared to fork out more for living expenses. 

Apply to one of our partner universities.


When deciding to study abroad in Singapore, one of the first things that come to mind is the cost. The cost of higher education in Singapore might surprise you, as it is affordable for international students.

There are many programs in Singapore that offer scholarships and grants that allow you to complete your undergraduate diploma. 

Certain tuition programs are designed by the Singaporean government to help non-Singaporean students who wish to study in Singapore. These types of subsidies help to reduce your tuition fees if you commit to working in Singapore for a certain time years after you graduate. 

Additionally, Singapore is much more affordable than some other countries that are popular for studying abroad. Tuition fees and cost of living in the United States, the UK, and Australia are more costly.