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Frequently Asked Questions.

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To study as an international student, you may need to meet specific entry requirements, including academic qualifications and English language skills. These requirements can vary depending on the level and type of education you want to pursue. Be sure to carefully review the course information on the university or school’s website to understand their specific requirements.However, there 5 standard documents you will need to apply for an undergraduate degree and these are: Your WAEC Certificate, SS1-SS3 Transcript, Two Academic Reference Letter, Data Page of your Passport and your Resume. While for postgraduate you will provide: Your degree certificate and Transcript, Resume, Passport Data Page,1 academic Reference Letter and 1 work reference Letter. Our counselors at Riabisel can help assess your eligibility and guide you toward programs and locations that align with your preferences.

The costs associated with studying abroad can vary significantly based on factors such as the program you choose, the length of your stay, travel expenses, and your desired lifestyle while abroad. Some student visas also require proof of sufficient funds upon arrival in the chosen country. It’s important to review the immigration websites for the country you wish to study in or consult with one of our counselors. Many students also take up part-time work to support their living expenses, but there are restrictions on the hours allowed for work to maintain focus on academic studies.

It is recommended to start planning as early as possible to have sufficient time to consider your interests, research options, and align your personal and academic goals. Factors such as location, course duration, costs, accommodation, and living conditions should be considered alongside your chosen program. Planning at least one year or intake ahead of time is advisable, and our team is here to support you throughout the process. We have created an indicative timeline to help you get started on realizing your study abroad ambition.

It is important to allow enough time for processing and preparations; it is best to begin your application process at least 6months to one year in advance. Keep in mind that the academic year start dates vary among countries and universities. Stay informed about upcoming intakes to plan accordingly.

It’s biologically right for parents to have concerns about their child traveling alone to a new country. Involving your parents in discussions and meetings with our Riabisel counselors can provide reassurance. With the assistance of an international education specialist, your parents may feel more confident knowing you are supported by a professional and responsible educational agency throughout the application and visa preparation process.

Most schools offer fantastic tuition discounts. We can provide you with more information on available discounts at our affiliated institutions if you’re interested in exploring these options further.

There are scholarships, bursaries, and other financial resources available for international students to assist with funding their studies. The availability and amount of funding vary depending on the level of study and institution. Scholarships are competitive and often require exceptional academic achievements. Governments and organizations also provide scholarships and awards. Talk to your Riabisel counselor to explore the scholarships available for your chosen course and university. We also provide information on various scholarships available in different destinations.