Everyone has different experiences and reasons for studying abroad. Some students will study abroad to discover a new career path or to look good in a job interview, while other might want to gain interpersonal skills. Why not hear what other students have said on our testimonials page.
Msource Overseas is the rising sun in the Overseas Education Industry with a goal to offer unmatched, professional & research based career counseling for students aspiring for quality education across Australia, New Zealand, UK, Canada, Singapore, Ireland & USA and be the reliable, preferred partner to institutes globally.
So you think you want to study abroad, great! Getting started can look like a big process. We’re here to help. Let’s start with these steps.
- Decide if study abroad is right for you
- Decide when and where to study abroad (AUS / NZ / UK / CAN / SING / IRE / USA)
- Find study abroad programs
- Talk to your advisors and parents
- Line up financial resources
- Start up your process.
Every student and situation is different. We suggest that you start by talking to an advisor at your home institution who knows you and your school’s policies. They may be able to help you determine if any financial aid or scholarships are available. We have a list of nationalized banks offering Bank Loans at reasonable rates. We also help you with the entire procedure, starting from application, to required documentation, eligibility criteria and selection of bank.
We recommend you to start up your process a year prior you would like to go to abroad, this one year will help you in fulfilling your English requirements, your financial and other requirements conveniently so that it is easy for you to get admissions on time.
Yes, Foreign exchange formalities, pre-departure briefing and training for settling into the new host country, accommodation and travel arrangements, post arrival issues and assisting parents to ensure students are well settled abroad.
Just reach / contact us to reach out to your goals. For more tips about how to prepare for study abroad. How can I convince my parents to let me study abroad? Sometimes parents like to hear the facts so get all your information in order before talking to them. We’ve put together a few pointers for you and your parents to discuss with our counselors.