REQUIREMENTS & GUIDELINES

The application process for studying abroad is time consuming and requires applicants to start their preparation well ahead of their anticipated start date. It is very important to start the admission process early in order to beat application deadlines which may be far in advance of the start of the semester. You also need to allow time to sit for the tests needed for the admission and also time to allow the result to be available. Each college or university establishes its own unique policies.

Basic Steps to Studying Internationally:

Picking a country, universities and the course you want.
Sitting for required tests
Preparing your statement of purpose
Application forms along with required documents
Reporting various test scores to the universities
ADMISSION APPLICATION REQUIREMENT

FOUNDATION/A’LEVEL

Academic Qualification (SSCE)
Application processing fee (if applicable)
Letter from sponsor(s)
Reference Letter (Academic)
Copy of Testimonial
Data page of international Passport
English Proficiency Test Result (IELTS, TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, SAT, if applicable)
Personal Statement
TERA Registration fee/ Service charge

UNDERGRADUATE

Academic Qualification (SSCE)
A’Level result/ Transcripts (if applicable)
Application processing fee (if applicable)
Letter from sponsor(s)
Reference Letter (Academic)
Copy of Testimonial
Data page of international Passport
English Proficiency Test Result (IELTS, TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, SAT, if applicable)
Personal Statement
TERA Registration fee/ Service charge

POSTGRADUATE

Statement of Result/ Degree certificate
Academic Qualification
Transcript of undergraduate
Curriculum Vitae
Letter from Sponsor(s)
Two Reference Letter (1) Academic Background
(2) Professional Background

Application processing fee (if applicable)
Data page of international passport
English Proficiency Test Result (IELTS, TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, SAT, if applicable)
Personal Statement
PG Transcripts and certificates if applicable
Research proposal for PHD and M Phil. Student
TERA Registration fee/ service charge

GUIDELINES FOR WRITING PERSONAL STATEMENT

Your reason for choosing the course
The background of your interest in the subject(s) you wish to study
Any employment, work experience or placement, or voluntary work, (especially if relevant to your subject)
Details of any key core skill developed, (Numeracy, working with others, IT, communication skills)
Other forms of evidence of achievement
Particular interest you have in your current studies
Your career aspiration
Details of any non-examined subjects, which you are studying

Provide one copy of all credentials
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Please note that a VALID international passport is required to sit for the exam.