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We are an expert team of study abroad advisors to help the students with career planning, guiding them to choose the right course, college, preparing admission applications, arranging academic scholarships and supporting them in every stage of getting their Study Visa. Students can rely upon our expertise while submitting their letters of admission and for any other credits or paperwork required by the institutions abroad. Being one of the world’s largest immigration and global education service providers, we bring honesty, transparency and integrity into the whole process of planning and implementing your study abroad goals.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is the procedure to get an admission in a foreign institution?

    The very first step in planning your study abroad endeavour or to get an admission in a foreign institute is to plan it strategically as per your interests and passion Select the program you wish to enroll for
    • - Select the program you wish to enroll for
    • - Choose the best university/institution offering that study program
    • - Check whether you fulfill the eligibility criteria
    • - Apply to the institution with an impactful Statement of Purpose and Letter of Recommendation
    • - Receive you letter of acceptance from the chosen university/institution
    • - Apply for the country’s Student Visa
    The cost of studying abroad depends upon the country you have chosen, your study program and the duration for which you will be staying in that country. This cost is also affected by the kind of accommodation and facilities you choose to avail while living abroad. You can rely on the expertise of WWICS team to plan your study abroad journey within budget. Our expert counsellors are here to guide you on education loans and scholarships offered by different educational institutions

    Generally, there are no standard requirements and these vary from university to university. Even if we have to generalize, a student needs to have good grades (e.g. your GPA, A-level grades or equivalent) and high band in English language proficiency exam; be it IELTS, PTE Academic, TOEFL or CELPIP.

    Yes, you would need to show proof of funds while applying for a study permit. This is one of the basic requirements of your Study Visa application. The financial capacity evidence is required by the Embassy to be sure that a student and his/her family would be able to pay for the fee and bear daily life expenses during the stay in that country. The minimum fund requirement is different for different countries.

    Yes, there are multiple options to avail scholarships, fellowships, studentships, sponsorships, grants and bursaries that can help students finance their study abroad dreams.

    There is no fixed standard for IELTS score which is universally acceptable. Different countries and universities have their own criteria for IELTS score. Generally, the IELTS score between 5.5 and 6.0 is considered good for undergraduate programs while for the postgraduate courses, this limit varies between 6.5 to 7.0. The score requirement may further vary as per study program type.

    It’s best to apply for an offer letter as early as possible once the educational institutions start accepting applications for the upcoming intake and you have the IELTS scores with you. Shortlist at least 2-3 institutions that you want to apply to. Visit their websites and note application requirements, deadlines etc.

    Yes. Part time work option is one of the strongest aspects of studying abroad. International students in Canada, Australia, USA, UK, New Zealand and many other countries of Europe are allowed to work part-time during their studies. The maximum number of hours per week a student can work part-time varies from country to country.

    It is better if you start planning your study abroad procedure a year in advance. This would give you the edge of planning every aspect strategically and comprehensively.

    The list of documents required to apply for a study permit –

    • - Passport photos for identification
    • - Statement of Purpose
    • - CV/résumé
    • - Academic references or a Letter of Recommendation
    • - Certificate and transcripts of secondary education
    • - Proof of English-language proficiency (e.g. a TOEFL/IELTS certificate which is mandatory for institutions in English-speaking countries), or certificate of clearing other language tests

    Yes, your spouse or common-law partner is eligible to be included in your study permit application provided you mention that your spouse will accompany you to Canada. But if your spouse also decides to study in Canada, he or she should submit a separate study permit application.