Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Thank you for showing interest in Edunet Consulting ! Our team of international admissions officers is happy to answer your questions. We hope to be as helpful as possible, so we have collected many “Frequently Asked Questions” (a.k.a. “FAQs”) along with the corresponding answers to provide additional information to help you understand the application process.
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Do I qualify to be enrolled as an international student?
Yes; everyone qualifies to be an international student: as long as once previous qualifications are in line with you’re the area of study one intends to enrol in.eg O and A level results, certificates and Diplomas for undergraduate degrees. Undergraduate degree certificate for Masters Programs and master’s degree certificate for PhD.
Do I need to take an English proficiency test?
For universities that we represent a proficiency test is taken upon arrival at the particular institution.
Can I substitute SAT, AP or A-level results for the English proficiency exam requirement?
While you should send any positive testing results to us, you cannot substitute an SAT, AP, IB or A-level exam result for a TOEFL or IELTS test score. The English proficiency exams test you on speaking and listening in a way that other exam results do not. The SAT and ACT standardized exams test your thinking and comprehension skills in ways that English proficiency exams do not. Because our curriculum is very discussion driven, it is important that you have the appropriate skills to be an active participant in our classes.
Do my application materials need to be translated?
If your application materials include any documents that are not in English, you must provide us with an official English translation in addition to the original documents.
Is the application process for international students different?
International students use the same application forms and follow the same process as all other applicants. The primary differences is that there is an English proficiency exam requirement,
Should I convert my grades into a GPA on a 4.0 scale?
Please do not convert your grades into a 4.0 scaled grade-point average. We evaluate all transcripts based upon the system of where you attend school. We have international admissions officers who travel to and review applications from schools all around the world so that we can effectively evaluate your transcript in the context of your school and country.
If I give you my academic credentials could you tell me if I will be admitted?
We cannot give an assessment of eligibility based on academic credentials you provide. We have a holistic reading process, and on our application, we ask for a large variety of information, from test scores and transcripts to essays to letters of recommendation. When making decisions, we take all of these documents into account and also the pool of applicants at the time of application. We take every applicant’s case independently and treat it as an individual special case so as to guarantee every applicant a place.
Are international students eligible for financial aid?
Scholarships are available on merit and individual capabilities.
What do I need to do to apply for financial aid?
Academic tests are taken for scholarships depending on University and institution of choice.
Do you have scholarships for international students? How do I apply?
Yes scholarships ranges from 50%, 75% to 100% which are available on merit.