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The process of admission to an international university through a Aarnell Education involves several steps, but with the right guidance and support, it can be a rewarding experience.
Complete Application Form
Tell us a little about yourself and we’ll help with the rest. Our convenient online application tool only takes 10 minutes to complete.
Receive a call from Aarnell Education
Once you have completed filling out the application form, our executive will call you to book an Appoinment with our consultant who will provide you further guidance on the admission process, application requirements, and visa requirements.
Research universities and programs
We’ll research and shortlist universities and programs that you are interested in pursuing. We’ll provide various information such as universities, programs and countries as per your requirements.
Submiting your application
After selecting a university and program, the next step is to submit your application. Our experienced executive will help you with the application process, including filling out forms, writing essays, and preparing other required documents.
Wait for admission decision
After submitting your application, you will need to wait for the university to review it and make an admission decision. Aarnell Education will keep you updated on the status of your application.
Receive admission offer
Once your application is successful, you will receive an admission offer from the university. Aarnell Education will help you with accepting the offer and pay any required fees.
Apply for a student visa
Once you have accepted the admission offer, you will need to apply for a student visa. Aarnell Education will assist you with the visa application process.
Prepare for departure
After receiving your student visa, you will need to make travel arrangements and prepare for your departure. Aarnell Education will provide you with information on accommodation, transportation, and other important details.
Once you arrive at the university, you will need to attend an orientation session. This will help you become familiar with the university, its policies, and the resources available to you.
Begin your studies
After completing orientation, you can begin your studies at the international university.
Academic Records: The international university may require copies of your academic transcripts from high school and/or college. These documents will show your grades and academic achievements.
Standardized Test Scores: Many international universities require standardized test scores such as SAT, ACT, GRE, or GMAT. You may need to submit your scores to the university as part of your application.
English Language Proficiency Test Scores: If English is not your first language, you may need to take an English language proficiency test such as TOEFL or IELTS. You will need to submit your test scores to the university.
Passport: You will need a valid passport to study abroad. Make sure your passport is up to date and has enough validity left for the duration of your study abroad program.
Visa: Depending on the country you plan to study in, you may need a student visa. You will need to provide documentation such as proof of acceptance from the university, financial support, and a passport to apply for a student visa.
Financial Documents: International universities may require proof of your financial support. This can include bank statements, scholarship awards, or letters of sponsorship.
Recommendation Letters: Some universities may require recommendation letters from your teachers or other academic mentors. Make sure to request these letters in advance and provide the required information to the recommenders.
Essays or Personal Statements: Many universities require essays or personal statements as part of the application process. Make sure to follow the guidelines provided by the university and submit your essays on time.
Medical Records: You may need to provide documentation of your medical history and immunizations. Make sure to check the specific requirements of the university and country you plan to study in.