Assessment Form

Start your STUDY ABROAD journey by filling out this COURSE ELIGIBILITY PRE-ASSESSMENT Form.

House Number/ Street/ Brgy/ City or Town/ Province
Name/ Relationship/ Email/ Phone Number
Example: HS/ TechVoc/ BS/ Master's l GPA=2.0
To remain in our priority list, please select only one.
Example Course: Dip of Business / Dip of Engineering Technology / Dip of Nursing / Adv.Dip of IT / Dip of Early Childhood & Care / Dip of Hospitality Management/ or, to be Identified | Example School: TAFE | Example Target Intake: Oct 2022 / Jan 2023

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The services, support and assistance that we provide to applicants under our Study Abroad Program include the following:
 
01. Provide one-on-one counselling to match an Applicant's career goal with an appropriate course program of study offered by one of our partner, host college, institute or university.
 
02. Provide frank and candid advice regarding the prospects of a successful school admission. As a regulated agency, NO guarantee of a successful application is offered in our Study Abroad Terms and Conditions.
 
03. Assist the Applicant in quality checking of relevant application forms & supporting documents required by school admission office, and submit those, on the Applicant's behalf, to a suitable host school for course eligibility assessment or screening.
 
04. Inform the Applicant about scholarships and promotional discounts on offer by a host school when they become available.
 
05. Assist the Applicant in preparing a strong Student Visa application.
 
06. Guide the Applicant in preparing their Statement of Purpose (SOP) or Study Plan.
 
07. Guide the Applicant in preparing Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) documentation.
 
08. If required, provide a 1-on-1 student budget planning workshop.
 
09. Provide the Applicant a copy of Student Handbook (when available) or other similar material useful for better understanding of their school campus, chosen program, course details, job prospects, key local attractions, etc.
 
10. Assist the Applicant in reviewing the school's Letter of Offer prior to their accepting.
 
11. Provide the Applicant leads on meeting the English proficiency requirements of the host school.
 
12. Provide tips to the Applicant in their accommodation search, if required.
 
13. Support the Applicant in preparing for Job application e.g. resume writing, job interview, if required.
 
14. Orient the Applicant regarding international student work rights, student obligations and responsibilities.
 
15. Provide general information about health or medical insurance service providers that may assist them in their choice.
 
16. Conduct with the Applicant pre-departure orientation which may help minimise the negative impact of "culture shock" & "home sickness" while living away from their loved ones and guide them to become productive "global citizens" 
through sharing of experience.

The Applicant agrees that
 
a. The Agency is able to advise the Applicant about international education laws and regulations at a particular point in time but is unable to predict future changes in them.
 
b. The Applicant will respond promptly to requests by the Agency for further information or documents.
 
c. The Applicant will not hold the Agency responsible for delays caused by the Applicant’s failure to promptly provide information or documents.
 
d. The Agency will be under no obligation to submit the Applicant’s application to the education provider until payment has been made in full of all fees due and payable at that stage.
 
e. The Agency has provided the Applicant with information about studying in their chosen study country destination e.g., Canada , Australia , New Zealand or the UK.
 
f. The final decision on an application submitted to the education service provider or the Immigration Department is beyond the Agency’s control. The Agency has not guaranteed the success of any application.
 
g. The Agency will not be liable for any loss arising from changes to the laws and regulations affecting the Applicant’s application, which occurs after the application has been lodged.
 
h. The Applicant will not sell property, leave employment, or finalise any business or personal affairs without first notifying the Agency.
 
i. All information provided to the Agency is, to the best of the Applicant’s knowledge and belief, true and current and that all documents supplied are genuine and authentic.
 
j. The Applicant will, during the processing of an application, notify the Agency of any material changes in the circumstances of the Applicant or the Applicant’s immediate family.
 
k. The Agency Staff’s professional service fees may be invoiced on behalf of the Agency’s business entity even if the fees have been waived.
 
l. If the Agency has advised the Applicant in writing that in the Agency’s opinion, an application would be unlikely to succeed, the Applicant will provide written acknowledgement of the receipt of the advice, if notwithstanding the advice, the Applicant still wants the Agency to lodge the application.

a. The Applicant may terminate the service agreement at any time, provided they provide written notice to the Agency within a reasonable period.

b. The Agency may terminate the agreement at any time.

c. The Agency must terminate the agreement if a conflict of interest listed in Code Principle #1 of the International Education and Training Agent Code of Ethics arises. In this case the Agency will notify the education service provider that they no longer act for the Applicant and will advise the Applicant about appointing another agency.

d. If the agreement is terminated, the Applicant must pay any fees outstanding for work already performed by the Agency.

The Agency estimates that the time duration* to provide the services in securing a student visa will be:
 
  •  AUSTRALIA: 75% of applications in 6 months & 90% of applications in 10 months for student visa under VET sector or from 75% of applications in 44 days and 90% of applications in 6 months for higher education sector in Australia; Application can take longer to process if: Applicant does not fill it in correctly; Applicant does not include all the documents the Immigration Department need or more information needed from the Applicant; it takes the Department time to verify Applicant’s information. For updated estimate, click here.
  •  NEW ZEALAND: International students applying to a university in New Zealand will take between 14 and 47 days to complete their visa processing while to an Institute of Technology and Polytechnics (ITP) will take between 13 to 39 days; An application is completed when the Immigration Department have granted the visa or declined the application. For updated estimate, click here.
  • CANADA: Student visa processing for applications outside Canada, normally takes up to 14 weeks depending on the availability of required documents from Applicant; student visa processing time for Canada starts the day the Immigration Department receives your complete application and ends when they make a decision. It may vary depending on how many applications they receive. An Applicant might be able to get their study permit faster by applying online through the Student Direct Stream. For updated estimate, click here.
  • UNITED KINGDOM (UK): The application process for a student visa from outside the UK normally takes around 15 working days (3 weeks) from the date you attend your appointment at the visa application centre. Some countries offer a priority application service which takes 5 working days, and/or a super-priority service which takes 1 day. For updated estimate, click here.
The above time estimates are in addition to the time needed to prepare complete set of documents required to apply for admission to an education service provider and obtain a Letter of Offer (LOO), Letter of Acceptance (LOA) or Confirmation of Enrolment (COE). *for guidance purposes only and does not constitute commitment.

a. The Agency agrees to keep all other records required by Code Principle #3 of the International Education and Training Agent Code of Ethics for 7 years after the date of the last action on the file for the Applicant.
 
b. After this date the Agency may destroy the documents and records in a way which will ensure confidentiality.

a. The Agency will preserve the confidentiality of the Applicant. The Agency will not disclose or allow to be disclosed confidential information about the Applicant or the Applicant’s business without the Applicant’s written consent, unless required by law.

b. If applicable, the Agency will preserve the confidentiality of the Applicant’s personal records and documents in accordance with the Privacy Act.