Choosing to study abroad is perhaps the boldest decision you’ll ever make for your child, and it’s not only baffling but can also be emotionally draining. Study abroad gives your child a global exposure and internationally recognized education. As a parent, it is your obligation to aid your kid to figure out the best possible place for them to study.

What you as a parent can do?


It’s important to understand what inspires your child – he is curious enough for the right reason or following the rate race. Make sure you actively participate in the decision-making process to help your child make the right decision.

Know your child’s inspiration: discuss the goals openly with your child to figure out the reason your child wants to move abroad – it can be personal or academic or employment goals. Make sure the goals should be a realist to not face the disappointment at every step in life and it’s important to understand your child’s goals to be able to guide them.

Know your options: Researching the possible courses in the country – and also know the procedure before start applying or choosing to go with a consultant. Find the universities offering the specific program and how a specific university can help others and understand their ranking. Maybe a specialized can be more helpful than a generalized one.

Estimate the Cost of studying: studying overseas can cost you the life-time savings – it’s utmost important that you make a wise decision and don’t put all the eggs in the same basket. Consider the living expenses along with the tuition fee and make a complete budget. Also, include the visa fee, insurance fee, and travel cost in your plan. Your child may not be able to make money as soon as he/she lands, so you make sure they have access to sufficient funding while they study internationally.

Speak to a consultant: meeting a counsellor can assist you to broaden your research and can offer tailored options as per your child’s academic and financial suitability. We offer a career-based approach to help your child a successful career. Our years of experience offers extensive benefits and exclusive support to realize your study abroad dream.

Make the flowchart: making a plan of your budget, duration, and courses would actually help you organize your ideas – the cost could vary dynamically. Pen down your plans and the special benefits a specific country offers to help you sorted quickly. Make sure you meet the deadlines at each step and keep a good time to apply for a visa.

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Take feedback and watch testimonials: speaking to a few international students from the same university can be rousing – also you would get the right details about the campus, facilities, and studies. You can either approach a few people on Linked-in or we can help you get connected with the student ambassador.

Know the rules and responsibility: knowing the specific visa regulation and the cultural difference would actually help – cultural shocks and homesickness could be draining initially. Also, every country follows a specific set of rules and regulation and not abiding them could have serious repercussion. Closely monitor the weather conditions and pack your bag accordingly – the temperature difference could be terrible so make sure they are prepared for all the challenges.

Find a study buddy: finding a study buddy can help overcome the strange feeling – your child will feel safe and accompanied. You can contact the university to share the contacts of the new joiners or we can help you if you apply with us. Also, make sure you take contact details of the fellow students to know your child’s whereabouts in case he is not reachable. It’s important for your child’s safety.

Emergency contacts & health track: make sure you have all the important contacts in your phone e.g. international office, a few classmates, and maybe a few others how can help in any emergency or need. Also, if he has a history of any health issues or any other genetic disease, make sure he/she carries the prescription along with some basic medicine.

Don’t ignore the mental health: make sure you don’t ignore the slightest of the matter – maybe it’s related to money or part-time jobs, or academic fear or adaptability. Speak to your child on a daily basis and keep a check on how well they are doing academically. Make sure they don’t stress themselves for money issues or loan burden.

Food is life: remember that food is the most essential part of the journey – do teach them to self-cater if they don’t like to eat the outside food. Also, daily buying the food or eating out could be an expensive deal, so you make sure they know at least the basic cook hacks e.g. making a sandwich or fry up noodles. Also, they may not appreciate the food in the host country, so we advise they should be prepared well for the self-catering.