With an array of academic choices amongst destinations, universities, colleges and courses offered in Australia, making the right decision can be difficult. Our experience in this field over the last 18 years and our relationship with universities will boost your successful admissions and visa chances since we know what the institutions need for a good and complete application.The process may seem simple, but you will slowly realize that there are massive documentation and formalities involved that need to be adhered to when you apply to an Australian institute. This is where we come in.

We provide step-by-step guidance for the complete college application process that includes the following key stages, thus maximizing your chances of getting admission to your choice institution.

Step-1 Expert Free Counselling

We at Educares put in maximum effort to understand your needs. When you register with us, you are assigned an experienced personal counsellor who has a thorough knowledge of the courses offered by institutes in Australia. In the light of your academic capabilities, background, and objectives, our counsellors will assist you in achieving your dream. The focus of every counsellor at Educares is to ensure that you are admitted to the best course and institution based on your profile.

Step-2 Identify course and institute.

If you wish to study in Australia, choosing the right institute or course is imperative. Our counsellors will help you shortlist the course you wish to pursue that would best suit your personal, academic, and financial profile. Selecting the right course is critical to ensure your success. With the wealth of knowledge & experience our counsellors have, we map you to the right course and institute after carefully reviewing your needs. Our counsellors will provide you with detailed information about the admission processes across institutions and connect you with students at institutions of your choice. Our expert counsellors can also apply and obtain credit for students based on their previous education qualifications and job experience through RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning).

Step-3 English language Prep

No matter how fluent in English you are. If you want to study in Australia, you will require to clear specific benchmarks in standardised English Tests like PTE, IELTS, TOEFL or the Cambridge Exam. We provide coaching for our students for these exams. Our faculty provides personal guidance to students to ensure that every aspect of study and information about the test is crystal clear. They will also assist you in getting the appropriate scores so that you can comfortably clear the cut-offs..

Step-4 Document Editing

At Educares, providing optimum results is of top priority, and your application will be thoroughly processed and reviewed to ensure zero errors. Most colleges and universities have their own specific requirements. Adhering to these guidelines ensures higher success and faster response. We ensure that your application is well-presented, error-free and highlights the areas which will boost your profile. We see that all required documents are thoroughly addressed, sealed, attested and meticulously compiled before submission.

Step-5 Application Process

Our counsellors will spend considerable time with you to check and recheck your application before it is submitted. In many cases, we add our personalised, confidential recommendation to institutions highlighting your strengths and your suitability to be an ideal match to them. Most institutions have their specific requirements necessary for a complete application. Adhering to these guidelines ensures higher success and faster response. Our expert counsellors also provide thorough guidance for you to pass the integrity test known as GTE (Genuine Temporary Entrance), which is a mandatory requirement.

Step-6 Free Interview Preparation

Some institute requires you to clear an interview which is generally the last round of admissions. We conduct mock interview sessions directed with our specialists who are very familiar with the type of questions that universities ordinarily ask. Universities regularly visit our offices and meet with prospective students. Many usually offer spot assessments, spot offers and application fee waivers. You can use this opportunity to enhance your scholarship prospects. Several Educares students have secured scholarships because of their profiles and the quality of their applications.

Step-7 Visa

Applying for a study visa is not an easy task. Getting your Australia Study visa (subclass 500) takes time but can be a surprisingly simple procedure with the assistance of Educares Counselors. Visa Guidance is Free for all Educares students. The consulates regularly advise us about the latest visa rules, and this knowledge has given us a success rate of over 98% . We know precisely why Australian visas get rejected, and we make sure that our students understand common mistakes made by others. One of the unique services we offer is the prudence in ‘mock visa interviews’, where our visa counsellors orient you on the frequently asked questions. At the end of the mock visa interview, we will provide you with the appropriate feedback and customised do’s and don’ts for the final interview.
What our students and parents appreciate most is that these services are offered promptly, professionally and FREE.

Step-8 Post Admission assistance

Our journey with you doesn’t complete with your successful procurement of a visa. Our experienced team onshore in Australia will assist you with various items like finding an internship, opening an Australian Bank Account, procuring a Tax File Number and so on. While this may seem like items far away from your current goal of seeking admission and a visa, assistance in these areas will help you settle in quickly in Australia.

Frequently Asked Questions about Students Service

I would like to change my course/ university. What should I do?

Please keep in mind that the process involved in changing a course or a university, must strictly comply with your Student Visa conditions to avoid the apparent risks of Visa Cancellation. Specially to maintain AQF level of your study. For example, if you get your visa in bachelor’s degree Course then you must maintain same AQF level. Downgrading course can cause the breach of visa cancellation. Also, you need to complete 6 months of your Principle Course to change the education provider.

It is strongly suggested that you get advice from Qualified Education Agent Counsellor (QEAC) to help you through the entire process. At PFEC Global, our expert counsellors can make sure you have the smoothest journey till the end.

What types of scholarships will be available to me, and how can I apply for them?

These days, numerous Australian institutions offer educational scholarships for eligible international students, with the key focus given to candidates enrolled in diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. If you would like to explore more details regarding the availability, application requirements criteria and timeline for each scholarship that might be suitable for you; it is a good idea to directly contact the institutions either calling their listed contact number, or by submitting an enquiry on their official website.

Many students find it a little too much to handle the overloaded and doubtful information from the websites of many providers. Our expert counsellors are well-equipped to do this for you. Just come to visit us , and one of our best counsellors will help you find the scholarships that are best suited for you.

What work rights do the Australian Student Visa give me?

A student visa holder is completely free to work for a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight (i.e. 14 days) when their term is in session, and unlimited hours when their term is out of session.

What are the courses can lead me to PR Pathways?

Although there is no guarantee to get PR by studying any particular courses, However, courses such as Accounting, Information Technology, Engineering, Nursing, Social Work, Teaching, Cookery, Automotive are some of the very popular courses.



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