1) What are the advantages of studying overseas?

Studying overseas allows you to interact with people from different cultures, improve your English, explore new and innovative ideas whilst building a network of contacts from around the world, cultivate self-discipline, develop independence and build self-esteem. Being a more rounded individual with a global perspective will open the door to brighter career prospects.

2) How can InterStudy assist me if I'm planning to pursue my degree overseas?

Interstudy's counselors will advise you on a selection of the right courses at the correct institutions, based on your qualifications and financial expectations. This is followed by securing university accommodation (on or off campus), visa and flight arrangements, and airport reception upon arrival at your university destination - all absolutely FREE OF CHARGE.

3)InterStudy offers counseling for university and college studies in which countries?

UK, USA, New Zealand and Australia.

4) When are the intakes?

UK - September and *January/February
USA - September, January and May
NZ - February and July
Australia - February and July
*selected institutions only.

5) When is the dateline to submit an application?

You will need to apply at least 3-6 months in advance in order to secure a place at an institution, This is to provide sufficient time for processing of your application, as well as to ensure that accommodation and student visa requirements are dealt with smoothly before your university commencement date.

6) What qualifications will I need to apply for a university course?

You are eligible to apply to most university courses if you have the following qualifications:

GCE'A' levels, STPM, International Baccalaureate, UEC, SAM, HSC, CPU for entry to 1st year degree courses.

Diploma, Advance Diploma or HND for entry to 2nd or Final year degree courses (at selected institutions)

7) What if my qualifications don't meet the requirements for a 1st year degree course?

InterStudy will advise you on any alternative paths you may take in order to fulfill your choice of degree. For example, taking a University Foundation course can give you direct entry to most degree courses.

8) How long will the application process take before i get an outcome?

For most university courses, the outcome will be known within 2-3 weeks.
For applications that include a portfolio, it can take longer, within 4-6 weeks.

9) Will i be allowed to work whilst studying overseas?

It depends on which country you are studying in. In most countries, you will be allowed to work part-time for 20 hours a week during the academic term.

10) Do I need work experience in order to study a Masters programme?

Depending on the type of Masters course you are selecting, you will be required to show proof of relevant work experience, especially if applying for MBA course. However, a majority of Masters' programs do not require work experience and will accept fresh graduates.

11) Where can I obtain information about Scholarships, Bursaries or Study loans?

InterStudy will advise you on the institutions which offer full and partial scholarships, including bursaries, when you visit our office. We also provide information on study loans for students relying on this to further their education.

12) What do i gain from a visit to InterStudy?

A lot! InterStudy is committed to assisting you not just you're your university application, but also dedicated services to ensure that your personal and education needs are well-met, from the first visit to our office, till the time you graduate from your studies.

We are very proud that our relationship with out graduate students remains strong, long after their studies have ended.

13) If I were to apply to Pre-University Programs, what should I prepare?

Secondary School Term Report/Trial Results/SPM/IGCSE/Year 11 or equivalent
English Language Test Report if applicable

14) If I were to apply to Bachelor Degree Programs, what should I prepare?

Secondary School Term Report/Trial Results/SPM/IGCSE/Year 11 or equivalent
English Language Test Report if applicable
Tertiary Studies Results such as A Level, STPM, Diploma, Canadian Pre-University, Australian Matriculation or equivalent
Personal Statement of 500 words showing interest to the specific subjects
One reference letter with official letterhead from academicians

15) If I were to apply to Master Programs, what should I prepare?

Secondary School Term Report/Trial Results/SPM/IGCSE/Year 11 or equivalent
English Language Test Report if applicable
Tertiary Studies Results such as A Level, STPM, Diploma, Canadian Pre-University, Australian Matriculation or equivalent
Personal Statement of 700 words showing interest to the specific subjects
Two reference letters with official letterhead from academicians or supervisors
Curriculum Vitae / Resume

16) If I am interested to apply for PhD programs, what should I prepare?

Secondary School Term Report/Trial Results/SPM/IGCSE/Year 11 or equivalent
English Language Test Report if applicable
Tertiary Studies Results such as A Level, STPM, Diploma, Canadian Pre-University, Australian Matriculation or equivalent
Personal Statement of 700 words showing interest to the specific subjects
Two reference letters with official letterhead from academicians or supervisors
Curriculum Vitae / Resume
Research Proposal