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Europe

WHY STUDY IN Europe?

A stable political environment, a robust economy and a world-class education system are all answers to your question “why study in Europe”. Every year, millions of international students flock to Europe, primarily because of its welcoming culture and proven excellence in future employment. However, if you are still unsure, here are some facts that will get you on the first flight to the mainland. The famous Continent Europe has been one of the most renowned and habitable destination from last many years. It also has a long and proud history of providing world-class education through some of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the world. Let’s get down to business in Europe.

EDUCATION IN Europe

In the European Union, there’s no uniform educational policy. No higher institution intervenes or imposes specific requirements regarding education in these countries. Each country is entirely responsible for its education system and curriculum. Thus, education can look completely different in these countries. Although the European Union supports education, even with subsidies for projects or trips of gifted students, it doesn’t interfere with the education system itself. In addition, the development of teaching is undertaken by UNESCO, the Council of Europe, as well as the United Nations (especially the sector of Education, Science, and Culture).

WORK WHILE STUDY IN Europe

According to the European Commission website, students are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week or four hours per day during the semester. In addition, during the semester breaks, less restrictive measures apply for non-EU students working in the zone. International students in Europe may get a job abroad out of financial necessity or gain employment experience. Either way, they have to obey laws in the process.

VISA PROCESS

1. COUNSELLING & REGISTRATION SESSION

One to one counselling session with our experts relating to study destination, courses available andrecommended institutions. Register with oceans to start your visa process.

2. APPLY FOR ADMISSION

This stage is very crucial. We will help you in completing the documentations for the desired college or university as per your preferred course. We will also provide you the checklist in this stage to let you know what and all documents you may need in the further steps in attaining your student visa.

3. OFFER LETTER

University/College will issue you offer letter which is the confirmation of the acceptance.

4. DOCUMENTS AND FEES

Upon receiving the offer letter we need to send the required documents to the college/university and after we receive the acceptance via email we need to transfer the fees to the college/university

5. ECOE

Once the institutions have received and processed your tuition fee payment, they will issue you with an Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (ECoE).

6. VISA LODGEMENT

To lodge your visa application you will need to provide the documents outlined in the checklist we provided you in step 2

7. MEDICALS

Within 28 days of lodging your visa application, you will need to undertake a medical examination by one of the doctors approved by the Europe Government

8. VISA OUTCOME

We will notify you as soon as we know the outcome of your visa application so you can come in and collect your grant letter.

9. TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS

Upon receiving your visa, we will organise your travel arrangements to start your new life in Eurpoe i.e.ticket, currency conversations, documentations and counselling regarding the life ahead.