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I want to study abroad but I have a tight budget

We understand. We offer several study destinations that are relatively affordable. Here’s a list:

 

Poland
  • Tuition range: €2,400-5,000 p.a
  • International students can work for 20hrs per week while they study
  • Courses are taught in English
Czech Republic
  • Tuition range: €3700-5,000 p.a
  • International students can work for 20hrs per week while they study
  • Courses are taught in English
Finland
  • Tuition range: €6,000-12,000 p.a
  • International students can work for 25hrs per week while they study and unlimited hours during break
  • Courses are taught in English
Germany
  • Tuition range: €7,000-12,900 p.a
  • International students can work for 20hrs per week while they study
  • Courses are taught in English

 

North Cyprus
  • Tuition range: €3,000-5,000 p.a
  • Courses are taught in English
Turkey
  • Tuition range: USD$ 3,900-12,000 p.a
  • Courses are taught in English

My grades may be too low for a degree course

Don’t worry. We have study destinations that offer foundation/pathway courses leading to the Bachelor’s Degree or Masters Degree of your choice.

(A pathway course is a 1-3 semester program taken before you enrol at university for the course of your choice. When you pass, you are guaranteed progression to the university for the course of your choice.)

Such study destinations include:

  • Australia – Undergraduate and post-graduate pathway programs are available
  • Canada – Undergraduate pathway programs are available
  • Czech Republic – Undergraduate pathway programs are available
  • Finland – Undergraduate pathway programs are available
  • Ireland – Undergraduate pathway programs are available
  • New Zealand – Undergraduate and post-graduate pathway programs are available
  • The Netherlands – Undergraduate pathway programs are available
  • Spain – Undergraduate and Master’s* pathway programs are available
  • The UK – Undergraduate and post-graduate pathway programs are available

I have work experience. I hope that counts

Some universities will take into account your work experience while processing your application for study. Here are some countries that stand out:

 

  • Spain: Do you have extensive work experience but you don’t hold a Bachelor’s Degree? You do not need to study for 3-4 years for your degree. You can do a 1-year extensive bachelor’s program that acts as a pathway to your MBA!
  • UK: Your work experience will be taken into account when applying for the program of your choice. The university will shorten the duration of your degree.
  • Other countries: Your work experience will be taken into account when applying for a top-up degree. (You must have previous qualification in a related field)

I don’t see the need to do the English tests like IELTS/TOEFL/PTE

English tests are not mandatory in some study destinations. Here’s a list of some and the requirements needed to be exempted:

 

  • Canada: English test is not mandatory for Kenyans and other exempted nationalities. You must have achieved above 50% and above in English in high-school. Universities have the right to request you to undertake an English exam when they see fit.
  • Czech Republic: English test is not mandatory if you have previously studied in English. Universities have the right to request you to undertake an English exam when they see fit.
  • Germany: English test is not mandatory if you have previously studied in English. Universities have the right to request you to undertake an English exam when they see fit.
  • North Cyprus: English test is not required. Universities may require you to sit for an internal English exam before you commence your studies.
  • Poland: English test is not mandatory if you have previously studied in English. Universities have the right to request you to undertake an English exam when they see fit.
  • Spain: English test is not mandatory if you have previously studied in English. Universities have the right to request you to undertake an English exam when they see fit.
  • Switzerland: English test is not mandatory if you have previously studied in English. Universities have the right to request you to undertake an English exam when they see fit.
  • Turkey: English test is not mandatory if you have previously studied in English. Universities have the right to request you to undertake an English exam when they see fit.
  • The UK: English test is not mandatory for Kenyans and other exempted nationalities. You must have achieved 50% and above in English in high-school. Universities have the right to request you to undertake an English exam when they see fit.

 

Note: If you have studied previously in either the UK, the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Republic of Ireland or South Africa, you will be exempted.

I need a fast university & visa process for my child to travel abroad ASAP

Out of time? Here is a list of destinations with the fastest processing times:

 

  • Poland: Visa processing takes 15 days in Kenya
  • Spain: Visa processing takes 3-4 weeks in Kenya
  • Turkey: Visa processing takes 14 days in Kenya
  • UK: Visa processing takes 3 weeks in Kenya. (a faster processing time is available at a premium fee)
  • Italy: Visa processing takes 20 days
  • Estonia: Visa processing takes 1 month

Am I too old to change careers or study abroad?

No you are not! Here’s a list of countries that do not have an age limit or study gap limit (period of time from your last education level) for undergraduate applicants:

 

You will be required to give a detailed explanation on what you have been doing after high-school completion. For the other study destinations, it is on case basis. Contact us to enquire.

 

There are no age nor study-gap limits for Postgraduate applicants for most study destinations. Some exemptions to this rule exist in select countries. Contact us to enquire.

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