United Kingdom

Benefits of studying in the UK

World-Class Education, Wide Range of courses, Low and Affordable Course Fee, Research Facilities, Short Duration of courses, Multiple Intakes, Multicultural Atmosphere, Reasonable Cost of Living, Part Time Job Opportunity, Modern Learning Environment

Cost of Education Tuition Fee

  • Foundation courses: €4,000 to €12,000
  • Arts courses: €7,000 to €12,000
  • Science courses: €7,500 to €25,000
  • Clinical courses: €10,000 to €33,000
  • MBA: €5,000 to more than €34,000

Living Expenses

If your study place is in Outer London = GBP 7200
If your study place is in Inner London = GBP 9000

Work Right & Stay Back A wide range of job opportunities and work experiences are available for international students while studying in London and UK. International students can do part-time work up to 20 hours a week during term time and full-time work during holidays. Students can earn around €5 - €7 per hour i.e. approx. €400 - €560 per month (Rs.30,000 - Rs.42,000) during the term. Students could look for part-time jobs by looking in the local newspapers and job shops. Many Universities and Colleges have career cells and work placement centers to help students find employment. However please note that students are not guaranteed part-time employment by the University/College. If you are going to the UK as a student for six months or less, you must ask the Entry Clearance Officer for permission to work. Intakes The major intake offered by all UK Universities is in September each year but the universities also offer few intakes in Jan / Feb.

Types of Degrees

Bachelor's degree in the UK, Bachelor of Arts (B.A), Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.), Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.), Masters in the UK, Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.), Master of Science (M.Sc.) / Master of Arts (MA), Postgraduate Certificates and Diplomas (PG Cert & PG Dip), Research Degrees in the UK, Master of Philosophy (M Phil), Master of Research (M Res), Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Doctor of Business Administration (DBA), Doctor of Education (D Ed), Professional / Taught Doctorates (D.Eng, DMus, DCl in Psych, etc.)


There are many sources of funding available to you for studying in the UK - particularly if you are a postgraduate student. The British government and other UK organizations offer a range of international student scholarships and awards. We have put together some information below on the main UK scholarship schemes for international students: Federal Student Aid, Fulbright Scholarship, Gates Cambridge Scholarship, Marshall Scholarship, Mitchell Scholarship, Rhodes scholarship, Royal Society Fellowships, Scotland's Saltire Scholarships, Gilman Scholarship

Visa Requirements

Once the student has met all the requirements of the offer the University/College will issue a CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies) which enables them to apply for the Student Visa. Financial Evidence is required to confirm that you have enough money to cover your course fee & living expenses for the given period. The funds should be 28 days old.

United States of America

Why Study in the USA?

The USA is the Federal Republic. It consists of 50 states & a federal district. The USA is 3rd largest country by land area & population. The capital of the USA is Washington DC. Other important cities include New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, etc. The economy of the USA is the world's largest single national economy and boasts of abundant natural resources. It is the 3rd largest producer of oil and the 2nd largest producer of natural gas. Its 5 largest trading partners are Canada, China, Japan, Mexico & Germany.

Benefits of studying in the USA

More number of higher education Institutions with quality of education acknowledged worldwide, World top-ranking colleges and Universities, Qualified faculty ensures that the institutions have high standards, Specialization in any desired areas of focus, Flexible Education System in terms of choice of courses within a college/university during the course of study, The quality of the research program along with the resources available, Students would have, first-hand knowledge about cutting edge technologies coupled with excellent research opportunities, Over 4,000 Institutions offering UG, PG, Masters and Doctorate degrees.

Cost of Education Tuition Fee

  • The average cost of tuition fees is approx. $10,000 to $20,000 per year
  • Living expenditure - Approx. $8,000 to $10,000 per year

Work Right & Stay Back

12 months optional practical training, 17 months extension for STEM Majors, Authorization to work 20 hours per week (Only on Campus)


  • Spring: January/February
  • Fall: August/September
  • Summer: April/May
  • Winter: December

Major intake is the Fall intake, but most of the universities are open for spring and a few of them for summer & winter intake too. However, all subjects commence in Fall and only some in winter and summer intake.

Types of Degrees

Associate Degree
Associate degrees are awarded after two years of undergraduate study. Associate degrees are a great option if you do not want to commit to four years studying abroad in the USA, you can save one year and some valuable dollars too.

Bachelor's Degree
A Bachelor’s degree is awarded after four years of successful study.

Graduate Degree
Offered by Graduate Schools and specialized colleges in a wide range of specializations Arts, Sciences, engineering, etc.

Master degree
The Master's level programs are of two years duration.

One can pursue a doctoral program after completing a Master's. Normally, the duration of Doctoral level programs is between 3 and 6 years, depending on the field of research and university.

Students considering the option to study in the USA are recommended to begin the application procedure at least 12 months prior to the intake. USA Scholarship deadlines vary amongst institutions. In order to capitalize on the available USA scholarship program, we advise you to walk into Scholars Global Education Offices as early as possible. We will provide you with complete information on the USA scholarship process.

Visa Requirements

The most common visa for students is the F1 visa, which is a non-immigrant visa.

  • Good academic grades.
  • I-20 form
  • TOEFL/IELTS/GRE/GMAT/SAT (As per the university requirement)
  • Proof of funds to be shown properly

It is always beneficial if you start early. You should start 12-18 months in advance. Before the date of enrollment, you get time to prepare a good application as well as to avail yourself of scholarships and financial assistance.


Why Study in Australia?

The world's smallest continent and sixth-largest country by total area, Australia Ranked third in the index of Economic Freedom, Australia has 6 states and 2 self-governing territories, Education system recognized worldwide with a wide variety of programs, Vibrant country with a young population, Booming economy with opportunities in all the sectors, Rich in mineral resources and Economy doesn't affect by the world economy, Demand for skilled people.

Benefits of studying in Australia

Government-funded Universities, Duration for the master's courses in between 1.5 to 2 yrs., Competitive cost for tuitions and living in comparison to other developed countries, Australian education is recognized worldwide, High standard of education, good research facilities available with state of the art equipment, Institutions in Australia offer a wide variety of courses and degrees, Australia has the third-largest international student enrollment behind the USA and the UK.

Average tuition fees per year

  • Diploma: AUD 5,000 to AUD 11,000
  • Bachelors: AUD 15,000 to AUD 18,000
  • Masters: AUD 15,000 to AUD 30,000

Living Expenses per year

  • Living Expenses: AUD 18,000

Work Right & Stay Back

20 hours per week (full-time work rights for spouses for Masters, Ph.D. and post-doctoral programs, Bachelors 2 years stay back, Masters by course work 2 years can be extended by 2 years, Masters by research (3 years) up to 3 years & Ph.D. students up to 4 years.


  • February/March or July/August
  • Optional Intakes: November

Types of Degrees

Doctoral Degree, Master's Degree, Graduate Diploma, Graduate Certificate, Bachelor Degree, Associate Degree, Advanced Diploma, Vocational Graduate Diploma, Vocational Graduate Certificate, Advanced Diploma, Diploma.


Students considering Australian scholarships are recommended to begin the application procedure 8-12 months prior to the intake. Scholarship deadlines vary amongst institutions. In order to capitalize on the available scholarships, we advise you to walk into Scholars Global Education Offices as early as possible.

Visa Requirements

  • Good academic grades.
  • Good IELTS Score
  • Proof of the proper finances

VISA CATEGORY 1: SVP- Streamline Visa Processing:

It is always beneficial if you start early. You should start 12-18 months in advance. Before the date of enrollment, you get time to prepare a good application as well as to avail yourself of scholarships and financial assistance.

Under this category, the following changes have been done.

  • Fast Visa processing usually within 3 weeks.


Students who are going to study in TAFE Colleges or institutions which are not participating in the Streamline Visa Processing for courses like Certificates/Diplomas/Advanced Diploma.

  • 18 months funds for tuition and living expenses to be shown for 2-year courses.
  • Funds should be 3 months old.
  • Visa Processing time 90 days.

New Zealand

Why Study in New Zealand?

World's most recognized education system, Perfect balance in theoretical and practical modules focused on industry-centric training, Qualifications widely recognized and respected internationally, Cost of education is cheaper as compared to US/ Europe, Fee payment only on visa approval, Cost-effective industry-endorsed programs for engineers, Hospitality programs with paid internships, Skill shortage across various sectors therefore high demand for fresh graduates.

Benefits of studying in New Zealand

Temperate climate with pleasant seasonal changes conducive to study and recreation, Large numbers of Indians have migrated in the last 10 years and have been successful, High Student Visas as compared to countries like the US, No personal interview and No outright visa rejection. Work permit for a spouse.

Cost of education

  • Community Colleges (SPP Program): 15,000 to NZ$ 19,000 per year
  • University Degrees for UG & PG: NZ$ 18,500 to NZ$ 25,000 per year
  • Masters: AUD 15,000 to AUD 30,000

Cost of living

  • NZ$ 10,000 to NZ$ 15,000 per year (Inc. accommodation, transport, and entertainment)

Work Right & Stay Back

20 hours per week 40 hours during vacation, spouse eligible for a full-time work permit, 12 months graduate job search visa.


  • February / July /October

Types of Degrees

In New Zealand, the Education System is followed by levels. These levels are classified as:

  • Level 5 to 6: Diplomas (Class 12th)
  • Level 7: UG and Graduate Diploma (Bachelors)
  • Level 8: Post Graduate Diploma (Bachelors)
  • Level 9: Masters
  • Level 10: PhD


Students considering New Zealand are recommended to begin the application procedure 8-12 months prior to the intake. Scholarship deadlines vary amongst institutions.

Visa Requirements

  • Good academic grades.
  • Good IELTS Score
  • Proof of proper finances: You need to show enough documented evidence to prove that you or your sponsors have the finances to support your education and life in New Zealand.
  • Students can apply under the FTS scheme wherein 1-day old funds can be shown.


Why Study in Canada?

Canada is lauded as one of the best places in the world to live!, Canadians give great importance to learning and have developed a first-rate education system, Canada spends more on education and It ranks second highest among G-8 countries, Canada offers a wide choice of over 90 universities and 150 colleges and technical institutes, featuring every imaginable program, Canadian tuition fees are amongst the lowest in almost all the English-speaking countries, Most of the universities and college programs incorporate a co-operative work program, giving the students an opportunity to work in their related field and earn credits for the same.

Benefits of studying in Canada

First-rate education system in the world, Immigration friendly country, a Large number of prestigious universities to choose from, Low tuition fees, Range of job-focused programs with Co-op, Strong growing economy with large manpower shortage, Opportunity to gain Canadian work experience by working part-time on-campus without a work permit and off-campus with a work permit.

Cost of education

  • The cost of living would be between CAD$ 8,000 to CAD$ 12,000, depending upon the location of their residence.

Work Right & Stay Back

  • Automatic authorization to work 20 hours per week on a study permit.
  • 40 hours per week during vacation.
  • 3 years stay back for (2 years study) or equal to the course duration if it is less than 2 years.


  • Jan / May / September

Types of Degrees

  • First Professional Degree
  • Diploma
  • Associate Degrees
  • Applied Degrees
  • Bachelor Degree
  • Master Degree
  • Doctorate


Students considering Canada are recommended to begin the application procedure 8-12 months prior to the intake. Scholarship deadlines vary amongst institutions.

Visa Requirements

  • The Visa process is under SPP/ University/ General Category
  • Good academic grades.
  • Good IELTS Score.
  • All work experience documents are required.
  • Any gap has to be supported by documents.
  • Medical proof is required.
  • GIC account to be opened before Visa application.


Why Study in Singapore?

World-Class Education System, Globally well connected, Best educational hubs in Southeast Asia, Economic Competitiveness, Stable Economy, Political Stability, Unique learning as global yet Asian, Hub of Education-Finance-Business, Cutting-edge infrastructure, Safe & Green Environment, Promising Future Job Market.

Benefits of Studying in Singapore

World-Class Living Standard @ Low Cost, Ranked No:2 in the world for the quality educational system by World Eco Forum, 70,000 international students; 1,50,000 in 2015, Combo of Asian school & Western-style practice, Quality-assurance bodies to ensure Quality Education in private institutions, Paid Internship for Hospitality Courses.

Cost of education

  • MBA: S$ 13,000 to S$35,000
  • Master: S$ 13000 to S$35,000
  • Bachelors: S$ 15,000 to S$45,000
  • Diplomas: S$ 4,000 to S$12,000


  • January / February / April/May/July/August/October/November

Types of Degrees

There are 2 types of Education Structure in Singapore:

Government Universities:

  • NUS
  • NTU
  • SMU

Private Institutes which are affiliated with the Singapore Government:

  • MDIS
  • JCU
  • EASB
  • SIM


Students considering Singapore as their academic destination are recommended to begin the application procedure 8-12 months prior to the intake. Scholarship deadlines vary amongst institutions.

Visa Requirements

  • Color photo against a white background
  • ESCROW form
  • IMM Form 16
  • IMM Form 36V
  • College Application Form
  • Copy of passport
  • Copy of Birth Cert/Birth Affidavit
  • ALL educational Certificates and Marked Sheets
  • Work experience letter(s) if the student is working
  • Bank Funds proof
  • Application Fee


Why Study in Malaysia?

Politically Stable and Safe Country, Business and trade hub of southeast Asia, World-class quality education, Trans-national Education & International Affiliations, "2+1" twinning Degree Programmes, Has many foreign university campuses.

Benefits of studying in Malaysia

Low Living Costs and Affordable Tuition Fees, A melting pot of different cultures, Student-friendly laws for international students, Opportunities to earn while you learn, Simple and Hassle-Free Way to Obtain Student Pass. A harmonious Multi-Ethnic Population.

Cost of education

  • CUG: RM 35,000 to RM 40,000
  • PG: RM 40,000 to RM 50,000
  • Research: RM 58,000 to RM 60,000

Work Right & Stay Back

  • Allowed work at vacation time


  • February / April / July / October / November

Types of Degrees

The governing authority of higher educational institutions is the Ministry of Higher Education. The education system of Malaysia consists of:

  • Government-funded - public universities, polytechnics, and colleges.
  • Private Higher Educational Institutions.
  • Non-university status institutions such as private colleges.
  • University status institutions such as private universities.


Students considering Malaysia are recommended to begin the application procedure 8-12 months prior to the intake. Scholarship deadlines vary amongst institutions.

Visa Requirements

All applications for student passes for international students are done through Malaysian educational institutions.

  • The student should have already been accepted for a full-time course.
  • Have the financial capability to meet the course and living/travel expenses.
  • Onward or return ticket or travel itinerary from a travel agent.
  • Compulsory yellow fever vaccination certificate for all visitors coming from infected areas as listed by World Health Organization.
  • Student purpose to entry is only for studies.


Why Study in Germany?

Safe country to live and study, World-class degrees recognized around the world, a diverse range of study opportunities, 17,500-degree programs offered.

Benefits of studying in Germany

Scientifically oriented study in a wide range of disciplines, lowest tuition fees, Affordable living expenses, ample number of scholarships on offer.

Cost of education

Some universities request approx. 500 Euros each semester from those students, who need three to four semesters longer than their fellow students to complete their program.

Cost of living

  • EUR 1.000 per month is realistic.
  • EUR 12,000 per year.
  • Accommodation, food, leisure, utility bills, transport, etc. - sums up to approx., depending on where and how you choose to live. Living in the eastern part of Germany can be a little cheaper.
  • Enrollment fees are EUR1,000 per year to an institute.
  • The cost of tuition is EUR 700 approx. per year.

Work Right & Stay Back

  • 240 days part-time or 120 days full-time in a year. Students can work for more hours subject to approval from a foreign authority.
  • 18 months Residence permit.
  • Authorization to work 20 hours per week.


  • April / October

Types of Degrees

  • Bachelor's degree - B.A., B.Sc., Bachelor of Engineering, etc.
  • Master's degree - M.A., M.Sc., Master of Engineering, etc.
  • Doctoral degree - Ph.D. program with completion of a research paper.

Visa Requirements

  • Passport with at least 12 months validity
  • 3 Passport Pictures
  • Demand Draft for Visa Fee
  • Two sets of application documents
  • Application Form
  • Declaration on True and Complete Information, signed and dated
  • Cover Letter
  • Letter of Admission from a German University
  • University Certificates
  • English language proficiency (TOEFL/IELTS) score
  • Proof of Financial Means, one of the following documents
  • Confirmation of Scholarship
  • Formal sponsorship letter from a sponsor living in Germany
  • Confirmation of a German blocked account
  • A4 sized copy of your passport
  • If applicable: Proof of previously acquired German knowledge