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The total number of Indian students going abroad to pursue their higher education has been steadily increasing over the years. The most popular study abroad destinations for Indian students are the US, the UK, Australia, Canada, Europe, and Singapore. Numerous reasons are behind this phenomenon, including job prospects, ease of admission, etc.
Most students who want to pursue undergraduate courses abroad are influenced by the extremely competitive and unrealistic admission criteria in Indian universities. On the other hand, most students who want to pursue postgraduate courses abroad are influenced by their desire to live and work abroad.
Therefore, below is the list of the top 5 overseas education consultants, helping Indian students to choose the right university, in getting VISA to study and work abroad:
With 10 years of experience in international education, EUGateway is a boutique career consulting and Higher Education Management and Recruitment company helping students and graduates to pick education and careers abroad.
EUGateway is a study abroad consulting firm specializing in Education in European countries as well as offering language training programmes to the aspirants. By virtue of their experiences. EUGateway team managed to achieve a strong foothold in the European sector and is constantly looking for new initiatives and tie-ups.
An engineer or any student willing to pursue his higher education, an indecisive undergraduate with a wavering opinion about his career path, a professional postgraduate opting for PhD, weaker scores, greater ambitions, Eugateway.in has mentored them all.
Guiding the aspirants with identifying the right course and university, the application and admission procedure and guidance for visa procedure are what Eugateway.in does.
The company is an international education organization that offers student placement services across the globe. The universities they cover are limited to Australia, the USA, the UK, New Zealand, Ireland, and Canada.
However, it is said to have a better reach in Australia, Canada, and the UK as compared to the other countries.IDP specialises in course advice, IELTS prep, pre-departure support, visa, accommodation, and health cover for students.
To avail of their services, you can go register on their website. You will be assigned a counselor to help you through your study abroad journey. In case you decide to opt for a counseling session or need some help with your financial documents, you can visit a branch in one of the 22 cities they are established in, including Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Punjab, Vadodara, Delhi, and more.
Edwise is the one-stop solution for all your international study needs. Their core activity lies in assisting students to make the right choice with regard to pursuing education in overseas educational institutions.
Edwise provides information regarding higher education in various countries such as the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Ireland, France, Germany, Dubai, Switzerland, Malaysia, and many more.
The novel idea to help students with their university applications was brought to life by Sushil Sukhwani. Having personally endured the gruesome task of making an application, he realized the need for a trusted hand for students.
Studyandworkaborad.in is the overseas consultant for people who want to go abroad-whether for studying, working, or migrating permanently to their preferred destination.
They have foreign consultants to guide candidates at each step of their process. They provide all the solutions to the students who wish to study abroad.
Their services range from career counseling to Visa assistance. Their sole mission is to help the deserving students of our nation to go abroad and get a world-class education.
Leverage Edu helps students figure out what they should do and where they should be — wherever that be in the world — to realise their full potential. It helps students navigate and assess their journey thus far, matches them to personalised mentors, counsels them towards their higher education dream with an employability lens, and makes sure that everyone punchs way above their weight to make their dreams come alive and truly be able to level up!
With a team of 250+ driven student-first individuals, presence across 35+ locations in India and abroad, backed by prominent institutions like Blume Ventures, Tomorrow Capital, DSG Consumer Partners, and others, multiple awards ranging from Arizona State University in the US to the Government of India, features in Forbes, BBC, Bloomberg, WSJ & others — Leverage Edu has now helped create 10,000+ success stories, of students whose lives were transformed and with that their families. We want to do this for a million students, one special story at a time.
Read: How my decision to go ahead with higher education from the UK in 2020 worked for me
Read: 5 factors Indian students can consider to boost admission chances in global universities
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