Study Abroad FAQs

Am I eligible to pursue studies abroad?

The criteria for studying internationally vary depending on the institution and the program you're interested in. Typically, you'll need to meet academic requirements, including demonstrating proficiency in English. These requirements can differ, so it's essential to carefully review the course details on the institution's website. Your DENCO counselor can assist in assessing your eligibility for various programs and recommend courses and locations that align with your preferences

What are the expenses associated with studying abroad?

The costs of studying overseas can vary significantly based on factors like program type, duration of stay, travel distance, and lifestyle preferences. Your DENCO counselor can help you develop a budget and explore options that suit your financial needs.

What factors should I consider when selecting a study program and location?

When deciding on a course and destination, consider your academic interests, career goals, and preferences for campus location, lifestyle, and living costs. Your DENCO counselor can match your academic and career aspirations with suitable programs and institutions, providing guidance on course offerings, locations, and lifestyle considerations.

Will studying abroad enhance my job prospects?

Studying, living, and socializing overseas can significantly enhance your career prospects by providing you with valuable skills, perspectives, and language proficiency. It offers opportunities to gain work experience and network with potential employers.

Will my international qualification be recognized in my home country?

Recognition of qualifications can vary by country and profession. For fields with strict entry requirements, such as medicine or engineering, research the accreditation and recognition process in your home country.

What if I can't afford to study abroad?

Partial scholarships and bursaries may be available for international students, although they are competitive and typically require exceptional academic achievements. Discuss scholarship options with your DENCO counselor.

Can I work while studying abroad?

Depending on your visa and the country's regulations, you may be permitted to work part-time while studying. Universities often have job centers and career services to assist students in finding employment opportunities.

How long does the application process take?

Starting your application process at least a year in advance is recommended to allow time for processing and preparation.

Do I need an education agent?

While you can apply directly to institutions, using an accredited agent like DENCO can streamline the process and provide valuable guidance.

What if my parents are hesitant about me studying abroad?

Involving your parents in discussions and appointments with DENCO can provide reassurance, as they'll see you're receiving support and guidance from a professional organization.

Will DENCO assist me after I receive admission and a student visa?

DENCO provides additional support beyond application assistance, including guidance on essential services, pre-departure orientations, and welcome activities.

Does it cost money to consult with DENCO?

DENCO's services are free for students, with only minor fees for services like document verification

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