• What country to choose for your studies? The list of most innovative countries in the world.

    When Bloomberg’s index first debuted, it became one of the accessible sources of data for different and various fields. One of the most popular and much awaited annual poll is about their Innovation Index. As defined by the business dictionary, innovation is the process of converting an idea or an invention into a service that will benefit the public. An invention must be at a reasonable cost and must be useful to be considered an innovation or an innovative project.

    What country to choose for your studies? The list of most innovative countries in the world.

  • Applying for a student visa

    This could be one of the most difficult parts of our pre-University journey. Requirements may vary from country to country, and sometimes this process is really challenging.

    Applying for a student visa

  • 8 reasons to study in Australia

    8 reasons to study in Australia

  • "Do I have to pass IELTS or TOEFL?"

    This question is frequently asked by our students.  And the answer is: "YES!" If you are going to study in English you have to prove your language level. Language exams are designed for  full assessment of your skills. Universities want to be sure that their future students will understand the program material and their teachers.  IELTS is usual for most world Universities, TOEFL is usual for US and Canadian Universities. Sometimes Cambridge or PTE Academic can be accepted, consult your University. Usually minimum language level for Bachelor is IELTS 5.5, for Master is IELTS 6.5. but these numbers may vary. If your level is not enough, apply to the online language studies here.  Aaand... good news! you can pass your TOEFL test online. Stay safe at home!

    "Do I have to pass IELTS or TOEFL?"

  • Start using Global Education portal to apply to your University in just one click!

    Our portal allows you to make a quick direct application to many different Universities and many programs! All you have to do is just register, choose the best program for you, click on it and apply! Make a few easy steps to apply:

    Start using Global Education portal to apply to your University in just one click!

  • How to get a scholarship for your studies in your University? There are some tips below. Read, enjoy and take into consideration!

    First of all of course you should be an excellent student without any doubt. And you must prove your excellent previous studies with documentation. Only best students can get up to 100% of scholarship on their tuition. But remember you have still to pay your expenses like living, food, transport, books etc.

    How to get a scholarship for your studies in your University? There are some tips below. Read, enjoy and take into consideration!

  • What documents do you need to start application?

    When you apply to your University, you always have to complete your application with a package of educational documents. Usually they are:

    What documents do you need to start application?

  • How to adapt to COVID-19 crisis and not to ruin study plans? (notes for future students)

    We know how everyone is bothered with the current situation and it can influence on further planned studies. Yes, the whole world economy is somehow suspended and the situation does not look very nice at the moment but we are sure that at the beginning of the study year the situation will improve and that is why you should not give up the previous plans

    How to adapt to COVID-19 crisis and not to ruin study plans? (notes for future students)

  • Foreign students will be allowed to stay in the UK for two years after graduating, in a policy U-turn on post-visa studies.

    International students are currently only permitted to remain in the UK for up to four months after completing their studies under rules that were introduced by Theresa May when she was the Home Secretary. The new strategy, announced by the Prime Minister, is aimed at boosting the appeal of Britain as a university destination for overseas students. From 2021, international students who enroll on undergraduate, postgraduate or PhD courses in the UK will be able to stay in the country for two years after they graduate. Under European Union (EU) laws, tuition fees for British and EU students are capped at £9,250 per year, but there is no limit on what universities can charge international students. Recruiting international students has become an important revenue stream for universities, with many investing large amounts of money in marketing themselves overseas as well as paying agents to drum up business in target countries. University chiefs welcomed the move, with Alistair Jarvis, chief executive of Universities UK, saying: “For too long the lack of post-study work opportunities in the UK has put us at a competitive disadvantage in attracting those students,” he said. We strongly welcome this policy change, which will put us back where we belong as a first choice study destination.” Boris Johnson's announcement is a reversal of from the reforms introduced by the Home Office in 2012, when Mrs May scrapped the post-study work visa which had allowed non-EU students to stay in the UK and work for up to two years after graduation. There are currently 460,000 foreign university students in the UK, generating £20 billion per year through education exports - which includes income from international students, English language training and education technology solutions being sold worldwide.

    Foreign students will be allowed to stay in the UK for two years after graduating, in a policy U-turn on post-visa studies.

  • David Willetts: new universities ‘converge on old models’

    Former universities minister says institutions do not always succeed in maintaining founding diversity as he predicts ‘growth agenda’ will win in the UK.

    David Willetts: new universities ‘converge on old models’