The main reason you should study abroad is so that you can get a quality education, great international exposure and then come back to help in the development of Nepal. Your long-term prospects and chances for further study are enhanced greatly with a degree from a good institution in the UK, USA, Australia or any other advanced country.
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 your Facebook network at www.facebook.com/yaleeducation
We provide the service of career counseling. Under it we examine students qualifications and experiences, profile, preference, socio-economic background, purpose of study and conduct the process of recruitment, counseling and enrolment. Also we support visa documentation and provide updated visa information. It is very critical to up to date on the visa policy because requirements can change suddenly.
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.
If you are going to an English speaking country, chances are that you cannot avoid taking the TOEFL or the IELTS. Most countries will have English courses for students who do not have a TOEFL or IELTS test result but it is always better to take these tests in Nepal and then apply for a visa. You should do so because a good TOEFL or IELTS score is the best way to demonstrate that you have the language proficiency to be able to survive in an academic atmosphere that in native English speaking in nature.
All candidates are tested in Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. All candidates take the same Listening and Speaking Modules. There is a choice of Reading and Writing Modules, where a candidate can either opt for Academic or General Training Module. The first three Modules- Listening, Reading and Writing- must be completed in one day. The Speaking Module may be taken, at the discretion of the test Centre, either seven days before or after the other three modules.
Colleges and Universities abroad look for decent +2 scores IN ADDITION to several things. If you have a first division, there is no need to worry but a score lower than 50% may reflect the fact that you do not have the ability to succeed academically in a foreign institution.
Yes, if you are the right kind of student. The right kind of student satisfies all entry criteria like TOEFL/IELTS scores, GPA, SAT scores (if required), extracurricular and co curricular certification. Applications are evaluated holistically by most institutions.
First you have to satisfy their admission criteria and then compile your application thoroughly. The university will review your application and then take the decision to admit you or not.
Getting a visa in most countries is a matter of demonstrating that you can succeed academically, prove that you have the means to be able to afford all the related expenses and establish that you will return upon the completion of your studies.
The people who look through the bank balance statement at various embassies (particularly the US Embassy) are not blind. Large deposits towards the end of your bank statement show inconsistency and reflect the fact that you do not have the means to pay for your studies and living abroad. Whatever be the case, it is always better to show your actual circumstances than pay through your nose for costly loans.
If you want to join a Master’s course in a university, it is strongly recommended that you sit for the GRE or GMAT. Without a GRE or GMAT score, you may not get into the kind of institution you deserve to get into. Also, a strong GRE or GMAT score is a great way to demonstrate that you can excel academically at a master’s course abroad.
Yes, your GRE and GMAT scores do not comprehensively reflect your abilities and proficiency in the English language.
Yes, they do. A strong showing in your Bachelor’s course makes it easier to get admitted in better universities. However, most grad schools will look at your GPAs in conjunction with several other things.
In the UK and Australia you will be accepted at most institutions with a 3-year bachelor’s degree. In the USA a small number of universities may accept you but most will require a ‘foundation’ course.
Master’s degrees abroad can last for a year to 2 years. It depends on the country you plan to continue your studios in and institutions in that country.
You will have to include documents that show your proof of income documents that pertain to your fixed and liquid assets and your academic documents.
Much better! Employers give preference to candidates who have completed their education at a quality institution in a developed country with good marks. The long term prospects are also great. In addition, the cumulative knowledge and exposure you garner at a reputed institution in an advanced country will stand you in good stead in your professional like.
If you are 18 years old or above, steady student, financially sound and have completed the equivalent of 12 years of studies, you can come to study in Japan.
You are advised not to apply the schools directly. When applying to a school directly, you are on your own. However, with us you have professionals to help you all the way with almost no or with very small cost. Applying directly to an overseas school, the process can be complicated and confusing. Most schools do not provide online applications and it’s complicated to complete the application. You need to contact with the schools, request an application package or download application forms, transfer application fees and deliver application documents. Schools process hundreds of applications each term. So it’s difficult to get a response about entry requirements (as sometime it varies from country to country), program details and your application status. Many students complain that nobody replies to their emails in timely manner, and sometimes their calls are not answered satisfactorily as administration staff cannot communicate in English.
Yale Education Consultancy offers a range of information about courses, educational institutions and life in Japan. We offer advice and services to find a suitable school according to each student’s choice, take care of all their paper works for enrollment, visa process, air-ticket and accommodation.
Applicants should apply for their chosen school and course at least six months before the starting date if they are planning to come to Japan with a student visa.
Deadlines for applicants who need student visa are as follows:
Deadline Stating date
January- March July
No. Schools require the students to pay the application fee before submitting the application. Otherwise your application won’t be processed.
Note: before we submit your application to the school, we will check it and all the documents with the school. If it is acceptable by the school then we proceed and ask you to pay the above fees (school application fee).
The application fee is non-refundable, no matter the outcome, whether you are accepted or not.
JLPT means “Japanese Language Proficiency Test”. It is the most-recognized test to assess your Japanese language skills. You will need to reach certain levels of JLPT (N1 or N2) in order to be admitted to Higher Education Institutions.
You only have to be more than 18 years old and have completed High School. If you intend to take an intensive Japanese language course, we recommend that you start learning it in our consultancy prior to joining a program in Japan.
Getting a visa to study in Japan can prove to be somewhat troublesome. A lot of paperwork is required and it can take a long time. But this is one of the services provided by Yale Education Consultancy: we basically take care of everything and help expedite the process.
There is no age limit to study in Japan. However, if you are over 30 years old, chances are that the Immigration office will look more closely at your application. If you want to know about your specific situation, feel free to contact us and we will do our best to assist you.
Obviously, this is a personal decision, depending on your preferences and depending on your objectives. For example, if you intend to look for a job after your language studies, you should consider choosing a school in Tokyo, by far the largest city in Japan. You would then increase your chances to find a job that suits you. The climate is also something to consider: if you cannot withstand the cold, avoid Hokkaido. If, on the contrary, you intend to spend a summer in Japan and hate a very warm weather, then Hokkaido would be a good place for that matter. Take the time to consider all the criteria that are relevant to you.
Our experience shows that it is preferable to choose housing while in Japan. So we recommend you to either find a short-term solution, enabling you to look for the perfect place later when you are in Japan.Also, your school will be able to assist you.
Yes it is possible,as a student, you are allowed to work up to 28 hours per week. If you want to work in your free time, you must get permission from the immigration office.So, before you start looking for a job, you must apply for the permission. Once you get the permission (which is almost always granted), it will be effective and valid even if you change your jobs. When you extend your visa, the permission can also be extended. To apply, you must submit the form “Application for Permission to Engage in Activity Other Than That Permitted under the Status of Residence Previously Granted” and show your passport. The form is available at the Immigration Bureau and there is no fee to apply.
Provided your breakfast is taken at home, you can count 1,500 Yens for the other meals. To that, add 1,000 Yens for transportation and/or other expenses. In other words, with 2,500 Yens (about 23$ or 20 Euros) per day (not taking into account school fee, rent and utilities), you cover daily expenses.
Lectures in higher education institutions in Japan are conducted in Japanese almost exclusively. This is the reason why you should have a Level N1 or Level N2 at the Japanese Language Proficiency Test. Provided you have reached such a level and have the adequate academic knowledge; you will be able to pursue your studies in Japan.
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