Student Accommodation

In some circumstances, your visa application may require documentation demonstrating that you have housing arrangements made with your university. In this situation, your university can assume responsibility for your lodging and inform the appropriate immigration authorities that you will have lodging.

Some colleges promise to house first-year foreign students from other countries. To reserve your spot, you will need to adhere to rigid deadlines for confirming and paying a deposit.

Campus housing

Choosing to live in resident halls on campus might help you make the most of your time there. Aside from the ease of being close to the classrooms, this promotes student interaction and involvement in campus organizations and events.

Housing farther from the campus

Since some institutions don’t have a single campus, their student housing is dispersed around a town or city. As an alternative, a city’s various colleges may provide possibilities through a third-party firm that specializes in university housing. In certain scenarios, you can find yourself living off-campus in specialized student housing.

Foreign students’ housing

For foreign students, privately renting can be problematic, particularly when trying to arrange housing from abroad.


Homestays are an option in several cities and towns with universities. These can be planned through a university or through organizations that focus on providing this kind of lodging.

Test Preparation

Xavier Test Preparation classes are made to help students do better on any standardized test and maximize their potential. Students may enhance exam outcomes by taking courses that help them become better test takers. The following exams: IELTS, TOEFL, PTE, SAT, GMAT, and GRE will be covered in terms of content and essential tactics.

Documentation Guide

A vast list of papers must be sent to each university or college where you desire to apply for admission and, perhaps most crucially, to foreign embassies for study visas as part of the laborious and time-consuming application procedure for study abroad. Although we have included a comprehensive list of the supporting papers needed for the application procedure below, the specifics depend greatly on the applicant and the destination of choice.


Statement of Purpose (SOP)

Reference and letter of recommendation (LOR) letters

The Offer Letter/I20

Educational Textbook

Documents with Work Experience

Financial Records

CV / Resume

Visa Forms

Education Counselling

The life we want is just one tweak away for every one of us. Therefore, we need to put up a bit more effort on our end and get some decent therapy. An excellent counselor has always significantly positively affected someone’s life. We constantly ensure that each educational topic is well explained by our skilled specialists who are available round-the-clock for our guests. Over the last few decades, we have assisted thousands of applicants. Now, everyone is content with their lives. Generally, we offer advice about studying abroad. Since Nepal is a developing country, many students opt to study abroad as soon as they get their +2 degrees. Many students are stressed about choosing the right nation, cheap schools and institutions, and the right course. From there, we mentor and assist our students in finding solutions to their problems while encouraging a positive outlook.

Pre-departure briefing

Once you’ve received your Letter of Acceptance from your desired college or University of international studies and have accepted it, you must think about what you need for your pre-departure. Things start to get real! In just a few short months, you’ll be on your way to abroad, perhaps for the very first time.

Surely, you’ve put a lot of time into gathering required documents to ensure your acceptance, but unfortunately, you’re not done just yet. There are still many steps to complete before you can comfortably enjoy your time abroad. We’ve put here a pre-departure guide for international students to assist you.


  1. First and foremost, be sure to accept your offer letter if you haven’t already done so! If you have any questions about this, contact us or your host college or University.
  2. Ensure you have a valid passport. Check to see if it’s valid for a minimum of six months after your return date. If you don’t have a passport, you must apply for one immediately.
  3. It’s important to review the documents needed to enter desired country. You may have to present these upon your arrival.
  4. Monitor the cost of flights and book the most suitable one. You might consider a travel agent if you’re unsure of how to book a flight yourself. If you are booking a return flight, we recommend the flexible flight ticket as dates may change and you may want to leave at a later or sooner time. This way you will avoid additional fees.
  5. Travel insurance is critical should there be any issues during your travel time. This can be purchased separate from your flight ticket, or at the same time.
  6. Along with travel insurance, health insurance is extremely important. Your school may insure you, however it is best to confirm.
  7. In case you don’t already know, timing for international flights is different from local flights. It’s suggested you arrive for your flight at least three hours before departure to avoid any potential line ups for luggage drop-off and security, or other issues. You will likely be able to check-in for your flight 24 hours beforehand online.

Be aware of the restrictions upon entering Abroad

  1. Certain items are restricted or prohibited to come to many countries such as tobacco, firearms, food, alcohol, animal and plant products, and drugs. Any liquids you may have with you must be in a container of 100 ml or less, and packaged in a plastic bag.
  2. Oftentimes, border officers ask about your accommodations. Ensure you know this information including the address, contact name and number.
  3. We suggest you to have some foreign money (that depends upon which country you are going eg. for Australia $AUD for America $USD for Canada $CAD and for European countries Euro) on you for when you land in case you must pay for public transit, a taxi or are simply in need of replenishment.
  4. Keep all of your most valuable items and documents on hand and not in your checked luggage in case it is misplaced or lost.
  5. We suggest making photocopies of the important documents in the event you misplace them, this way you have a backup.
  6. Important documents include your passport, flight ticket, travel and health insurance, Universities or college letter of acceptance, accommodation details, proof of funds, school transcripts, immigration letter (for some).

Consider researching your destination prior to your arrival. This is the exciting part of your pre-departure! Things to do, what the weather may be like, items to pack, etc.

If you have some spare time, practice your English communication skills. The more you practice, the better. In most cases, reality is quite different from what you learn in books. This is the final step in our guide for international students to Abroad.

Finance & Scholarship

Different public universities give scholarships to both native and non-native students. Our counselors keep updating scholarships as and when they become available. Particularly in America if you sat in the exam of SAT, your scholarship will be determined by your scores. Normally out of 1600, if you get 1300 there is a maximum chance of getting a 50% scholarship. Your +2 grade will also help you to get a fee waiver. Getting a scholarship in Australia is easier in comparison to the USA. If you score no band less than 7 in each band and have a good academic background you can easily get up to the full scholarship in the reputed universities of Australia.

Moreover, talking about the scholarship the European countries offer a unique education system. In most of the public universities, you don’t need to pay the tuition fees. The fees are fully funded by the government which is a good initiative for higher education. You can counsel about the financial part with our counselors, they can help you thoroughly by being your side till the last day of your document submission at VFS global. Additionally, if you want,  you can also disburse the education loan for your study. Our counselor will assist you during this whole process too.

Visa Guidance

The visa processing can take six months or even longer in case if you have illegal information regarding your application.Once you get the offer letter from your institution you can get start your documentation. We take your visa counseling as a serious task to be done and with that, we help you with immigration rules and regulation. You can also check directly on the immigration website of the respective nation.
Furthermore, if the visa lodgment is through the online process then the students themselves will get the updates through the mail.  The student can track their application via phone or laptop day by day. If the visa lodgment is via documents then the applicants have to visit VFS. They have to take an appointment before visiting there. Regarding biometrics, both via documents or via online applicants both have to make an appointment.