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Visa requirements for Australia

APPLYING FOR VISAS IS OFTEN SEEN AS COMPLICATED, BUT IDP EDUCATION’S TRAINED COUNSELLORS ARE EXPERTS IN GUIDING STUDENTS THROUGH THE APPLICATION PROCESS. 

There are several types of student visas for Australia; the one you need depends on the type of study you are planning to undertake.

You are required to lodge your application for a visa at least 12 weeks before the orientation date at your institution. […]

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US Visa interview: Tips to make a favourable impression

The visa interview is the final step towards studying in the US. After the grueling college admissions process, visa interview is the last but equally important hurdle. After convincing the admissions’ officers about your caliber, you also have to convince the visa officer about your intent of studying in the US. It is crucial that you prepare for the interview and address all concerns of the visa officer. Going prepared to the visa interview is the only way to get the F1 visa stamped onto your passport. We cover the most important aspects of the interview process and give you some tips on how to handle the question-answer session. […]

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Engineering in Canada – Tips and Guidance

Engineering happens to be one of the oldest disciplines of study. With a number of fields to choose from, Civil, Computer, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering, happen to be considered as the “big four”. Engineering has remained a popular choice among students as a form of further studies. Engineering courses are all about the combination of theoretical knowledge and practical applied work. A field that is destined to stay in demand for a long time to come, students who complete a course in engineering are taught to apply mathematical and scientific principles in order to develop effective solutions to real-world, technical problems. […]

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How to prepare an Academic Resume for MBA Applications Abroad

For an MBA aspirant, unfortunately, the resume becomes the least significant document they think they have to prepare. Amidst their GMAT preparations, essay development and gathering of recommendation letters from their supervisors, colleagues and faculty, resume development seems like a piece of cake to them. Most MBA applicants believe that a resume requires updating and not development whereas it is the other way round, the reason for it being that they feel they have to JUST include in the resume what they have been delivering professionally. What exactly an MBA applicant needs to understand is that the top MBA colleges today are emphasizing as much on an applicant’s CV as their essays, if not more.   […]

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Advice for IELTS General Training Task 1 Letters

If you are preparing for the IELTS General Training test, you will be asked to write a letter to a fictional person or organization. The reason for writing the letter and the details you need to include will be given to you. 

That may sound easy to some of you but before you write the test, I think you need to sit down and ask yourself, “Do I actually know how to ORGANIZE a letter in English? If you are unsure, keep reading because this advice about proper letter structure could make a big difference to your performance. […]

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English speakers and the IELTS test

The IELTS test is a high-stakes scenario. There are many reasons why people take the test, but those reasons are rarely recreational. Education opportunities, immigration status and working in your profession often hinge on an IELTS score. If you speak English as a first language, you may find yourself overwhelmed by the expectations of the IELTS test. Or perhaps you have not prepared for the IELTS test at all, thinking that as a native speaker you are fluent and do not need help. That high band score is virtually guaranteed, right? […]

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Post Graduation (PG) in Australia

Australia is one of the most popular study destinations in the world for students looking to pursue post-graduation courses. The relaxed way of living, world class universities and the magnificent weather are a huge pull for students seeking admission in post-graduation abroad. If you are seeking admission in Australian universities for post-graduation study, you will have the opportunity to choose between either a research led course or a teaching-intensive course. The duration of these programs may last between six months to four years depending upon the course chosen by you. […]