The Selection Process

Why should I choose iStudy to help me study overseas?

At iStudy we believe that a high quality education is absolutely vital for anyone wanting to succeed in the ever changing and competitive world we live in. An overseas education is one of the most valuable investments you can make but it is essential to make the right choices. We are committed to offering you the best possible range of choices and professional advice in order to guide you […]
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What courses do our partners offer?

Our partners are quality institutions chosen by us to give you a diverse range of courses for you to study. For information on courses available, please refer to the “Course Details” section of the website.
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Can I meet a university representative? Do I need to?

We can certainly try to arrange a meeting with an institution representative if it is more re-assuring for you before, during or after the application process. The need for an interview would be assessed on a case by case basis and this also varies with institutions. For more information, please contact our office or representative.
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Are there any language requirements for applying to overseas universities?

There will be English qualification requirements to study at our partner institutions. The most commonly taken tests would be TOEFL or IELTS. If you have concerns about whether a particular English qualification is accepted or would like to know the minimum requirements for different courses and institutions, please do not hesitate to contact us for more information.
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If I just finished fifth form of high school, can I still get into an overseas higher education or university course?

Yes, our partner colleges and universities offer an array of entry routes into their courses to cater for students with different academic level. Please don’t hesitate to book an appointment with us to discuss the options available.
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Roughly how much would it cost to study abroad?

This depends on the course and educational institution chosen. Typical expenses would usually include tuition fees, travelling costs, food, student visas, stationery, accommodation, medical insurance, exam fees and entertainment. A rough estimate would be around 150-200k per year. This is only an example which is for reference only as these costs can vary with individuals and time.
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