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You Don't Need A Very Expensive Budget To Secure Admission&Visa to study Abroad by Presido247: 3:45pm On Jul 15, 2018
Many people especially youths aspire to undertake an academic program abroad. However, how to go about achieving this is always a challenge. From finding the right school, preparing a motivation letter and applying to obtaining visa is usually very strainuous with regard to time and finance and this is if you don't know the right way to go about things.

While part of this challenge can be catered for by many agencies out there, but their prices are usually quite exorbitant for people like you and me who do not have very large incomes. I had always hoped for cheaper options out there and thankfully i found a few. They might not be as flambouyant as those "agents", but they do get the job done.

So for the low budget individuals who want to study abroad, don't lose hope just yet. You can find cheap schools as well as admission/visa counsellors and assistance that you can afford in order to achieve to dreams

Good luck guys...
Re: You Don't Need A Very Expensive Budget To Secure Admission&Visa to study Abroad by HRHQueenPhil(f): 6:24pm On Jul 15, 2018
leave the long talk and be more specific.i.e
1. visa processing fee=150,000
2. flight fee= 511,000
3. feeding per month= 100,000
4. fun and entertainment= 30,000
5. school fees = 1.5 miliion

Now dis is for schools in india, philipines, malaysia etc.

is it too high or too low?
Re: You Don't Need A Very Expensive Budget To Secure Admission&Visa to study Abroad by Presido247: 9:33pm On Jul 15, 2018
HRHQueenPhil:
leave the long talk and be more specific.i.e
1. visa processing fee=150,000
2. flight fee= 511,000
3. feeding per month= 100,000
4. fun and entertainment= 30,000
5. school fees = 1.5 miliion

Now dis is for schools in india, philipines, malaysia etc.

is it too high or too low?
to be more specific, I'm talking about countries like Australia, USA, Canada, Germany and the likes. The quality of education as well as global recognition of degrees and certificates these countries offer are far better than those you have listed. Don't you think so?
Re: You Don't Need A Very Expensive Budget To Secure Admission&Visa to study Abroad by Presido247: 9:39am On Aug 04, 2018
For those who wish to study in the US, contact Future Step Education consultants. They help with both application and statement of Account. However the statement of account is for a limited number of people and for those applying for the spring semester only. Call: 09097031494, 08187831475.

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