With so many schools and universities to choose from, the process of course and university selection can be overwhelming. XEL’s experienced counsellors can guide you to find the best course that matches your ambitions.
Approachable and Relatable XEL’s experienced counsellors are approachable and welcoming. XEL counsellors have also undergone the same process as international students, so they really can relate to you from an experienced perspective.
Speak your preferred language
Our team is from international backgrounds, so if you prefer to speak your first language when you visit us, we probably have someone on the team who can do that with you.
What should you expect?
When you first meet with us, your counsellor will ask you to fill a preliminary information form which requires information such as your education and experience, interests, timeline, budget and career ambitions, desired courses etc. This information will expedite the application process and enable us to give you guidance on courses that match your needs, appropriate visa and career progression.
• XEL will supply you with the institution’s program guides; review your applications, require and certify supporting documents.
• Your XEL counsellor will review and submit your applications on your behalf.
Submitting your study applications
Your XEL counsellor will submit your applications on your behalf. We will supply the institution course application documents and institution program guides; compile your applications and certify supporting documents. We will then take care of sending your application to your university or institution of choice. You may be invited to meet education institution representatives who will assess your application and determine your eligibility for the course. You may also have the opportunity to discuss course structures and graduate outcomes in our education seminars.
Response from the study provider
You will receive a response from the school or university within 2-6 weeks of your application being submitted. When you’re offered a place in a course, you will receive an offer letter. In some cases, a representative of the school or university can assess your eligibility for the course and print an offer letter during your interview at our office or at one of XEL’s many international student events throughout the year.
Acceptance and payment
If there are no conditions on your offer letter, you may accept the offer immediately. Examples of conditions that could be specified include supplying a new IELTS test result, supplying an academic transcript of recently completed study, or supplying certified documents. Offers can be accepted at any XEL office, with a deposit being paid directly to the school or university that has made the offer. Your counsellor will guide you through this process to help make it easy.
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