1. What services do you provide to students?
There are thousands of courses available for students to choose from. Students are recommended to research and find the most suitable course to take the first step towards their chosen career. There is a course to suit every student’s needs to ensure they are on the right track. Students can choose between a single honour, joint honour and a sandwich program.
Oasis Educational Consultancy Services guide and support students who want to pursue their education abroad. We do this from the very initial stages of your application to enrolment.
- Course & University Selection
- Shortlisting universities
- Complete support and guidance with the application process
- Documents review
- Pre-departure briefing
- English Language courses
- Boarding Schools
- Summer Camps in Europe
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2. What are the qualifications I can study abroad?
Postgraduate degrees: Taught courses: Master of Science (MSc), Master of Arts (MA), Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Laws (LLM) or Research courses: MRes (Master of Research), MPhil (Master of Philosophy) and PhD (Doctor of Philosophy).
You may also choose to study languages throughout the year or enroll in a Boarding School.
3. What are the entry requirements?
Entry requirements will vary among universities and courses. You are advised to check the entry requirements for your specific course.
You are expected to sit the IELTS UKVI; please contact your local British Council office for more information.
For Art & Design courses, including Architecture, you should submit a portfolio. Check your chosen university’s guidelines to submitting a portfolio.
For medicine degrees, you are expected to sit the UKCAT or BMAT in the summer before submitting your application.
For Law degrees, some universities will require LNAT.
4. What is UCAS?
The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) is an online application portal for UK universities. If you intend to apply to Year 1, you will have to apply via the UCAS system.
You may apply up to 5 universities per academic year.
Key Dates 2017
15 January – Deadline for applications for the majority of undergraduate courses
30 June – After this deadline, applications are entered into Clearing
5 July – International Baccalaureate (IB) results day
17 August – A-Level results day
5. What is the deadline to submit my application?
If you are applying to the University of Oxford, University of Cambridge or for degrees in medicine, dentistry and veterinary medicine / science, the deadline is October 15.
As an international student, UCAS’ deadline is June 30. Nevertheless, you are advised to apply as early as possible.
6. How can I apply for a scholarship as an international student?
Scholarships are competitive and are based on merit. You must first receive an offer from the university before submitting the scholarship application. Most universities will set a deadline to receiving scholarship applications; you are recommended to check with your chosen university.
Scholarships / discounts will vary from one university to another, but generally you will need to complete an application form and include an essay about your activities and achievements.
7. What documents do I need to submit my application?
- Personal Statement
- A copy of your passport
- 2 References
- CV (for postgraduate students)
- IELTS UKVI
- Full contact details of the student and the parent (E-mail address, home address and telephone number)
8. How can I contact Oasis Educational Consultancy Services?
9. I have received a conditional offer letter, what do I do now?
If you have applied via UCAS, you will need to reply with your decision within the set deadline. You will need to choose 1 Firm Choice and 1 Insurance Choice and reject the remaining offers.
Once you have met the conditions stated on your offer letter, it is your responsibility to send the university with a copy of the results as soon as possible to confirm your place (you will need to bring the originals with you to the university when registration).
10. What are the resources available online?
11. When can I apply for my accommodation?
If you have received an unconditional offer, the university will contact you with details on the available accommodation.
12. How long does it take for me to receive a decision?
Upon submitting your application, the university will send you an email to confirm receipt along with your unique application number. During peak period (January / June), it usually takes slightly longer time for universities to make decision.
If your friends have received a response, do not worry. Decisions vary from one university to another and among different departments within the same university.