What is Study Abroad?
Studying abroad would definitely open your mind and road to new opportunities in life. You can get to know new countries, new people, a new culture, and of course have a unique perspective of life.
Where can I study?
First, it is very important to consider having a complete assessment and guidance regarding all programs, cities, universities, or colleges to choose the correct one, according to the student’s needs, budgets, and plans.
Can I afford to study abroad?
Definitely! Here at Studyvantage, we could give you some tips and guidance about student loans or financial plans according to the selected college or university.
What are my chances of being selected for the program?
All universities and/or colleges have a specific process for student acceptance, depending on grades and/or level of language. Keep in mind that you must have all requested documents so they can be handed in once needed. This will avoid any delay during the application process.
Do I have to speak English or French?
Yes, you mandatorily need to have a certain Toelf, Ielts or Duolingo score for each university or college. You can also take an English or French course once in Canada, but you won’t be able to start your actual selected time until you accomplish the required English or French score.
What happens if I don't get the visa?
You can always re-apply. That’s why we work with a time frame long enough to cover any problems like these. Some universities or colleges can also postpone your starting date at no cost for you to have a visa approval as soon as possible.
When can I go abroad?
Planning Guide – according to the proper timetable: We can set up a time table for you, according to the processing time, the immigration offices may take in your home country. Most likely, it could take up to eight months.
Will there be support in case of an emergency?
Certainly, we will be doing constant follow-ups with you and the learning institution.