Remember that all students are responsible for paying for their own costs and tuition. There are a very limited amount of scholarships and bursaries available and are in high demand so one should never bank on the fact that one will be given. We can by all means give advice as to how to access certain scholarships but unfortunately it’s not up to us to decide who gets them. This is completely up to the universities.
Every study destination across the world differs greatly in cost. The UK for example is one of the most popular choices but it can work out to be quite expensive over a three or four year study period while tuition alone can cost over £10,000 / year. That’s why it is important to understand the costs involved to avoid any complications down the line. On the other hand, we have some great and affordable study destinations that can cost as little as $5200 / year all inclusive of tuition, accommodation, three meals a day and health insurance.
So budget is an important part of the planning process. We know that not everyone has the full amount needed to study abroad at any given point in time. That’s why we have partners in place to facilitate loans that cover all costs for students including tuition, accommodation, text books and flights. All you need is to gain an acceptance letter from our office that shows that you have an offer to study abroad.
For any tuition fee or loans queries, please contact our office.
We have pleasure in advising that we have just secured 50 full tuition scholarship for the February 2017 intake in Cyprus which will be awarded from our office. Closing date for scholarships is 15th November 2016.
Please also note that we have negotiated that the tuition fee is reduced to US$2940 per annum and if a student wishes to take the full package which includes accommodation, 3 full meals per day, health insurance and local transport, we have negotiated that the fee has dropped to US$6000 per annum.
Furthermore, we will be awarding one full package scholarship for each of the countries noted below which would include the tuition, accommodation, 3 meals a day, health insurance and local transport to the most deserving students nominated by the agent in that country. All the student would need to pay would be permit fee at the airport of US$345 and their airfare
· South Africa