The acceptable educational gap varies by country and university. Generally, a gap of up to 2 years is acceptable, but some institutions may require a justification for any gap period.

Not always. While some postgraduate programs, especially MBA courses, may require work experience, many others accept fresh graduates.

In many countries, international students are allowed to work part-time, usually up to 20 hours a week during term time. However, it's essential to check the specific work rights attached to your student visa

We'll guide you based on your academic background, career goals, and other preferences, presenting you with options that align with your objectives.

Yes, many universities accept TOEFL or PTE scores as an alternative to IELTS. It's essential to check the specific requirements of your chosen institution.

You can fund your education through personal savings, education loans, scholarships, or sponsorships. We can guide you on securing educational loans from reputed banks.

Many countries offer post-study work visas allowing international students to work after completing their studies. The duration and conditions can vary based on the country.

effect from 1st of November 2023

  • IELTS on Paper = NPR 29,500 
  • IELTS on Computer = NPR 27,100 
  • UKVI Life Skills = NPR 22,500 
  • UKVI IELTS on Paper = NPR 32,000 
  • UKVI IELTS on Computer = NPR 27,100 
  • EOR IELTS on Computer (Regular & UKVI) = NPR 14,500 
  • EOR IELTS on Paper (Regular & UKVI) = NPR 15,100