Career Counselling

Visa Guidance

Documentation

Pre-departure Support

We understand taking major decisions regarding your abroad study destination and choice of courses can be pressurizing.

That’s when AAEC Global’s career counselling comes in. With over 50 years of experience with offices in 32 countries, we help students make their place in Australia, UK, USA, New Zealand and Canada.

Our team of experienced counsellors are here to help you through:

– University and course selection
– Application procedure
– Offer letters
– Visa process
– Pre-departure briefings.

Our conselling sessions are free of cost, and have successfully helped more than 400,000 students find the right university and course.

Reach out to us for clarity, confidence and your first step towards a brighter future.

Need to apply for a visa? We have got you covered.

A student visa is an endorsement by the immigration authorities on your passport. It indicates that you are allowed to enter the country and stay to study for a specified period of time.

When should you apply for your student visa?

You can begin your student visa application once you receive confirmation of your enrolment in your chosen school or university. Its best to apply as early as possible, regardless of when your program is due to start, as visa processing times can vary.

How do you apply for a student visa?

There are several steps to apply for a student visa. However, the order of these steps, processes and requirements may vary according to where you are planning to study.

How can AAEC GLOBAL help with visa applications?

AAEC GLOBAL provides visa advice so that you are fully informed on the latest visa requirements and conditions. Your AAEC GLOBAL counsellor will also help you prepare the right documents for your submission.

We will help to prepare all of the documents as per the checklist of Embassies and High Commissions.
Documents may be varying from country to Country.
General:

1. Sufficient Financial Evidences

2. Academic Documents

3. English Language Requirement

4. Curriculum Vitae

5. Statement of Purpose / Motivation Letter / Personal Statement

6. Student must show their intention to study abroad only for their academic development not to settle there( Genuine Temporary Entrant)

We are committed to making sure you feel supported at every step of your study overseas journey. That is why we host pre-departure briefings throughout the year to help you prepare for life in your new country.

From visiting to belonging

These pre-departure orientation sessions will help you navigate personal and cultural growth opportunities while you are abroad.

You will discover more about:

Insights into the local culture

It helps to have some knowledge of the local culture and customs before arriving in your study country. This eases your transition into the community and helps you interact with your new classmates more effectively. Half of the fun of going abroad is learning about the things people from other cultures do differently.

Student life in your new country

When you study overseas, you will need to adjust to a new learning environment, where there may be different learning styles, classroom environments and expectations. You will also be getting used to new cultural norms as a student.

Culture shock

Culture shock is very common when you move to a completely different culture than yours. Since it plays an important role in adjusting to your study country, we will discuss the various stages (honeymoon, frustration, adjustment and acceptance) in our briefings. We would also guide you with some simple techniques on how to recognise if you are facing culture shock, the stage you are in and how to deal with it.

Support and well-being in your new country

Whether it is academic support, English language help or visa advice, we outline some of the practical support that is available to international students.

Banking and foreign exchange

One of the first things on your to-do list when you arrive in your new study country will be setting up a bank account. Having a local bank account will ensure that you have easy access to your money to pay for your accommodation, tuition fees and living expenses. It also allows your employer to deposit your remuneration into your account if you choose to work during or post studies.

Working while you study and advice on internships

Part-time jobs can help complement your study and living experience. We will discuss how to stay within the rules of your student visa and help you with some tips on finding a good student job.

Dealing with homesickness

We know it is hard to stay away from family and friends, but we will help you with some tips on how to deal with the feeling of homesickness when you arrive in your study country.