Choosing a Program & Applying
Why should I study overseas?
There are numerous benefits to studying abroad, both academic and personal. On an academic level, you will become a more well-rounded student by taking courses offered in some of the best faculties around the world. You can also develop new intellectual pursuits, improve both your foreign language and English communication skills, or begin a new language. You will become more self-reliant and resourceful, make new friends, learn about your heritage or gain new perspectives on your identity, and delve into local arts, culture, cuisine, and sports. You will also make your resume more attractive to future employers because you will improve your interpersonal skills, and you can even gain international internship, recognition or volunteer experience. Above all, you will return home as a global citizen who is more independent, mature, and tolerant of cultural differences.
As early as possible. Applications are processed when received and accepted on a space-available basis. Because of the processes involved in both the admission and visa procedures, it is advisable to begin an early submission of application. So apply as early as possible!
No. All programs are open to all students regardless of major.
No. English is the language of study for foreign students in all the universities we partner with. However students are taught to learn the official language of the country if it is not English.
The minimum age required for eligibility for application is 16. There is no maximum age limit.
Travel and Travel Documents
Do I need a passport to study abroad? How do I apply for one?
Yes. You will need a valid passport to study abroad. Many countries require students to have passports that are valid for six months before leaving their country. If you have a passport, please make sure that its expiration date is at least six months before you plan of leaving your country. You can apply for your international passport in the Immigration office of your country.
Cost & Finance
Can I afford to study abroad?
Yes! Many students and parents fear that studying abroad will be too expensive. But there are programs and countries for a wide range of budgets, with some costing considerably less than what it would have cost you if you studied in your own country. The key is to be flexible about where you study abroad and to be economical with spending and reduce extravagant lifestyle.
Yes. Provided that it is always paid promptly and that it will not in the long run cause you to end your education half way.
Scholarships are available for certain overseas programs. Generally, there are many more scholarships available for study abroad for non-Western or developing countries. Scholarships for study in Europe and Australia are quite plenty. Students can work part time during study but NOT in all European countries. There are no work in some European countries. Don’t be deceived by what some agents tell you.
Higherway Educational Consultant
Can I trust or rely on Higherway Educational Consultant?
Yes. You can rely on us when it comes to helping you secure admission and visa for your study abroad. We have been in this business for 5 years and we have helped a good number of students achieve their dreams. Our students are in many countries studying for their future career. They are doing very well. They are our testimonies today. Give us the benefit of doubt and you will NEVER regret doing so.