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- Study Abroad FAQ
1. Why should I study abroad?
Abroad study would broaden your mind set up and helps you enrich the adventure in your life, where learning extends far beyond the classroom. The experience will expose you to new ways of thinking, living, and viewing the world. Benefits include the opportunity to learn about another culture firsthand, learn an entirely new language or become fluent in one you have already studied, you can travel, fulfill major and minor coursework requirements, and develop new intellectual pursuits, skills, and perspectives. By living within another culture, you are likely to gain a new understanding and its way of life. You can also expect to make friendships and create memories that will last a lifetime
2. When should I start planning to study abroad?
Early planning is the key to successful study abroad. Hundreds of study abroad opportunities exist; they differ in location, duration, curriculum, language, degree of cultural immersion, cost, and many other factors. In order to find the program that is the right “fit” for your personal and academic objectives, you should begin planning your study abroad experience at least one semester before you actually depart.
4. Should I Join the language classes?
Being a secondary speaker of English language, it would be somehow tough to adjust there for a while so that English language proficiency preparation is the must. Initially, you have to prepare with the English language test in Nepal.
5. What is best IELTS, PTE or OET?
All the exams are equally tough in their own perspective but it would be beneficial to prepare for IELTS and PTE for students but health professionals can go with OET. IELTS and PTE is accepted in most of the universities and colleges.
6. Is PTE accepted by UK?
Around 95% of the UK universities accepts Pearson Test of English as English proficiency Test and is a better option beside IELTS all over the world.
7. How do I convince my parents for it?
The decision of your abroad study doesn’t only consider you but includes your parents as well, so that your parents need to be involved and are bound to have questions. They’ll have keen interest to know about how you are planning and who could be your loyal and trustful agent.
8. How will a study abroad experience enhance my employability after I graduate?
Studying in a foreign land teach us lot about the practical and professional sectors that would enrich our self confidence and skills leading us to a well paved career path.
9. What’s a passport?
A passport is an international form of identification showing a person’s nationality. It is required of all individuals traveling internationally. If you still do not have a passport, you should obtain one now. Obtaining a Nepalese passport generally takes about 1-4 weeks. Not having a passport can also jeopardize your chances of going abroad since you can’t travel anywhere without one.
10. When should I apply for a passport?
If you have not already applied for a passport, apply now! It can take 1 to 4 weeks to receive your passport and you will need it in order to obtain your student visa. You can apply it from your birth place or can get it from Kathmandu on special recommendation from government officials.
11. What’s a visa and will I need one?
A visa is a stamp or other notation generally placed in your passport that will allow you to enter and temporarily reside in your host country during your program. A visa is required for all Year and Semester Programs and for many of the Summer Programs.
12. Are visas hard to obtain?
The answer to this question depends upon your destination. For some countries, the process is straightforward and relatively quick, but for other countries, obtaining a visa can be very time consuming and quite expensive. Please note that some visa applications require you to apply in-person at your destination country’s regional consulate. You may be required to travel to the consulate in order to do so. Also, if your program requires you to apply for a student visa, you may have to submit your passport to the consulate along with your visa application and other required document. For this reason, we suggest that you not plan any international trips in the months prior to your departure.
Visas are obtained through the Consular Offices of a country’s Embassy. While most Embassies are in Nepal, there are a number of Consulate Offices located in Kathmandu City. Now a days for some country’s visas are issued from India so that we need to make visa application to their respective authorized courier service will help your document to reach to respective embassy and return back with decision to you.
13. How will I choose the program that is right for me?
The possibilities for study abroad are abundant. Before researching programs, you will want to have made some preliminary decisions as to the type of experience you want to have. Start by realistically assessing your academic and personal preparation and your objectives. Consider the following questions to help you think about the kind of study abroad experience that would be the right “fit” for you. Then read the short online article How to Decide Where to Study?
14. How do I apply for study abroad?
Once you have either decided on a program or made some preliminary decisions about the type of program you are interested in contact our Study Abroad Coordinator (Counselor), for an appointment. If you have any further questions want to have instant answer you can even connect to us.
15. What if the visa is not issued by the time the program departs or not issued at all?
Unfortunately, at times these scenarios do happen. Since Consular Officials issue visas, your agent has no control over these situations or the overall process itself. When these situations occur and aren’t the fault of the student your consultant will help you to resolve the issue reschedule your intakes. If you are denied a visa, your agent will do everything possible to offer you an alternative program at that time. Since you will not be able to travel before you have secured your visa. In the end, we are sure you will agree that the experience of complete immersion in another culture was worth your efforts.
16. When does the program tuition have to be paid?
Some countries has policy to pay the tuition fee and secure the place then apply for the visa like New Zealand, UK etc. and some country has policy that once student secure visa need to pay for the fee like USA etc.
17. What should I pack?
Research your destination country to learn more about the climate, follow respective website and also you will get best advice from your study abroad counselor from KIEC. The best advice from other KIEC Participants (students) is to take things that you’re comfortable wearing. Avoid trendy outfits—chances are they won’t be in fashion in your destination country and you may feel out of place.
18. What happens when I arrive in the destination country?
After you arrive in your destination country, you and the other participants will collect your luggage and pass through customs. Once you pass the custom then you will be to the arrival place and if you have booked your accommodation and airport pick up arrangement then you will find somebody from the college to receive you and they will help you to reach to accommodation and also to the college for the orientation place. If you just booked your accommodation then you need to have proper address so that you can get assistance from the information desk and travel either by bus, train or plane.
19. Who will support me while I am there (Abroad)?
Your respective college/universities, alumni, volunteer association, legal adviser information center will be there to support you while you will be abroad.
20. I’m insured by my family’s medical plan. Why do I need secondary medical coverage?
It is part of our commitment to your safety and welfare. This additional coverage ensures that, in an emergency, you can be treated as soon as possible, anywhere in the world. This secondary medical coverage is a prerequisite for your participation and is included as part of your program tuition.
21. How do I do my banking while abroad? How much money should I bring?
The answer to this question depends on individual preference, as well as one’s individual bank. Many students find it easiest to use a Debit card from their home bank, however be sure to research ATM or other fees associated with your bank in your country of study. Other students find it easier to open a new bank account in their destination country. Once you get closer to departure you can research this independently. The amount of spending money needed also depends on student habits as well as the exchange rate in their destination country. Generally, spending money needed ranges from $200-500/month. Student should bring enough money to cover incidentals during travel and the first few weeks of their stay, in the event they are not able to go to a bank immediately upon arrival. They can exchange money to their new currency at their home bank or upon arrival.
22. Is there anything I won’t be able to do abroad?
Yes. All participants must be law abiding in their host country. There may be country-specific rules that apply. There also are limits on traveling independently. In a new environment, it’s important to be more aware than you might be at home. And remember: you are a student ambassador for the destination country, so it will be important to act respectfully toward others and to give extra attention to being culturally aware. Students may be sent home for breaking rules or laws, or for persistent behavioral issues.
23. Can I come back to the Nepal for holidays?
Yes, you can because you will have multiple entry visa but we recommend you to spend time abroad and with your host family during the holidays will give you a unique perspective on the cultures values of your destination country.
24. Can my family and friends visit me during the program?
Normally they can visit you during your study but it is recommended to them to visit you at the end of your study for convocation day or any special events.
25. Can I travel to other countries from destination country?
Travel to other countries is permitted but you need to check for the requirement of visa from the website of respective government website.
In case of your further queries we’re happy to help. You can ask us in all sorts of ways. Call us at +977-1-4427707 and speak to the Meyvn Academic Advisor. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Or ask us a question directly on Contact us and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
- Interview Preparation-Guidelines
Probable Questions for Interview by AHC
- Your Introduction [DOB, Passport No., Academic details (pass out year, percentage), Work exp.]
- IELTS/ TOEFL/ PTE score and test date.
- Why Australia
- Know About your chosen city
- Why this Course? Should know Complete course details/ duration of course, tuition fees structure
- What is your specialized degree under your course( Electives)
- Why this University? Why not other? University Comparison with fee structure and course
- What are the benefits of this course for you/ Your Career plan?
- Why not USA, UK, Canada
- Why not Nepal/ India
- Name 2-4 institutions who will be offering you job after completing this course
- Who are your sponsors and how are they sponsoring you?
- What is the total income of your sponsors
- What is your Visa subclass
- What are your visa conditions
- What is CISCO( CCNA/ CCIE) [for IT student]
- What is Credit Point?
- What is the accreditation of your course
- What is the location of college/ university
- How did you find about this institution
- Total units of course, units you need to study, total credit points
- What is the web address of your selected college/ university
- How much will you earn after completion of this course
- Is this course available in Nepal
- SAT/ GMAT/ ACT (full form)
- Any evidence that you will be back in Nepal after completion of your course in Australia?
- Family and social link to show the return intention
- If applying for Diploma/Advance Diploma, what is your further plan after current course
- Living cost, travelling cost for you and your dependent if any
- Understanding about Post Study Work (PSW)
- What did you do during GAP? Work experience details if any
- Why Bachelor after Bachelor? (in case of Credit Transfer) What will be your job responsibilities
- What is CRICOS code
- What is ESOS act & TPS
- What is OSHC?
- What is VEVO?
- What is DIBP?
- What is the source of income
- What is Graduation Satisfaction
- Know orientation date and class start date
- How many siblings do you have?
- Are there any relatives of yours in Australia?
- How much is your property valuation
- How much is your educational loan
- Source of Loan/ Source of Fund.
- How much is your cash balance
- What is your source of balance
- What is Globally Recognized Degree
- Details about Spouse (marriage date, academic, work exp)
- What is your Living Arrangement?
- Alternative Plan if visa is denied
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- Career Counselling
At Meyvn we provide scientific and practical life-based counselling to assist student through different steps they need to proceed for the abroad study. Assistance to students would be provided through:
- Student Profile
- Recruitment, Counseling and Enrollment
Every student is an individual with unique personal aims, motivations, and preferences. However, students can be broadly categorized according to type of student and purpose of study and their categories can help to build student profiles.
Qualifications and Experience
Prospective students can be considered according to their qualifications and experience. These may limit the courses available to them.
The student counselor must know the equivalence (and recognition) of home and destination country qualifications. Students’ highest recognized level of qualifications can then be used as the base point for selecting courses. That is, the range of available courses includes those where this base point meets minimum entry requirements. If students wish to study a course above this range, then a bridging course is needed to fill the gap between base point and entry requirements. Potential students can be classified according to the type and level of their qualifications, and hence courses available to them.
The socio-economic background of prospective students influences course selection. Put simply, wealthy students can afford high-quality courses at leading education institutions. Less wealthy students may have to compromise on lower-priced courses at less prestigious institutions. Poorer students may need courses which allow them to work part time to help with their expenses. Students from different socio-economic backgrounds may have different preferences regarding the balance between course price and quality.
Prospective students’ social background should be taken into account when recommending destination countries. Some students may want to experience living in a society different from their own. Other students may be at risk of having great difficulty with social differences in areas such as gender roles and relations, interactions with different social ranks, appropriate public behaviour and language, and so on. The student counselor should be aware of students’ social background, and be able to advise them about social differences which may affect them.
Purpose of Study
Prospective students can also be categorized according to the purpose of their study. This can affect their choices regarding types of course, institutions, and destination countries.
Purpose of Study
The international study will lead to further study either internationally or at home. For example, a student might enter high school in order to later matriculate into university in the destination country.
Career and employment
The international study will enhance the student’s career or employment prospects. Such students tend to place a high priority on courses leading to recognised qualifications.
The international study is the means by which the student can obtain personal enrichment, either through the course itself and/or through living in the destination country.
- Sample Documents
- SOP Bank
- Work Experience Letter
- Affidavit of Support
- Recommendation Letter
- Bio-Data [Please have a look at website: kiec.edu.np once]
- Financial Document Samples
- Relationship Certificate
- Income Source Certificate
- Salary Certificate
- House Rent Agreement
- Land Lease Agreement
- Pension with translation of patta
- Agriculture Income
- Animal Husbandry with dairy production
- Audit Report
- Business Registration
- Tax Clearance Certificate
- Land Ownership
- Bank Loan
- Bank Balance (Proof of fund Available)
- Vehicle Income
- CA Report
- Other Document Sample
- Birth Certificate
- Police Report
- Citizenship Certificate
- Dependent side Document Sample
- Marriage Registration
- Marriage Photographs
- Other additional proof of relationship (Pre marriage & Post Marriage)
- Passport, citizenship, birth certificate, police report of Dependent
- Facebook, Skype, E-mail Conversation to show genuine relation
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