GVC Education has more than 10 years experience in international education and development.
Below are our top four reasons why students from all over the world choose GVC for counseling and representatives to overseas universities.
UK, Australia, US, Canada, New Zealand? There’s no need to limit yourself at GVC. We represent leading universities, colleges, and schools in all major English speaking study destinations.
Each year, we place about 10,000 international students. Whatever course you’re interested in, and whatever study environment you prefer, we will be able to help you make a shortlist and apply. We have our very own worldwide matching system, so you don’t have to worry that you are only being offered a limited number of institutions. Finding you the right match is at the heart of what we do.
You will be provided your own personal counselor who will be your point of contact throughout the application process. Your counselor will help you and your family make sense of the mass of information, apply to your chosen institutions, and offer step-by-step guidance.
One of the most confusing aspects of studying overseas is the visa system. Again, your counselor will assist you through the visa application process to help ensure that you have all the right documentation.
GVC runs events throughout the year for students to hear from potential universities and colleges and talk one-to-one with staff. Your local GVC office will keep you informed of any events coming up.
GVC also conducts pre-departure sessions where you can receive valuable information to help you adapt to the academic, social, and cultural environment in your new study home. The sessions cover all the practical issues of studying in another country like ticketing, medical insurance, mobile connections, foreign exchange, and travel insurance.
You can find out exactly how your applications are progressing through the student portal 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can also use the portal to contact your counselor, upload any required documentation, and search our information database. Ask your counselor for more information about the portal.