1. 1. Am I eligible to study abroad?

    In order to qualify for course offerings, you should have the specified Ordinary Level and Advanced Level Examination results, which may differ from university to university. For those who have not sat for their Advanced Level Examinations, an equivalent educational qualification such as a diploma by a recognized academic body may be accepted as its replacement. Additionally, IELTS will be required; the needed scores may differ according to the chosen country of study.

  2. 2. What will be the total cost to study abroad?
  3. 3. When in advance could I begin my study abroad preparations?
  4. 4. What is the duration of the application process?
  5. 5. Is there financial relief provided for those in need or scholarship opportunities?
  6. 6. What are the job prospects for an international student in a foreign country?
  7. 7. Is it legal for a student to engage in part-time employment?
  8. 8. Will my overseas qualifications be accepted in my home country?
  9. 9. Is it necessary to seek consultation from an educational agent?
  10. 10. Are the consultancy services at Lohos Group free of charge?

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