Study Abroad Interview Preparation Guide
The interview can be from Immigration or Your Education Provider.
The visa interview always seems to be the scariest part of the process for applicants who wish to study abroad, but this should not be the case. The fact that a foreign education provider has offered you admission, means they believe you are in good academic standing and have the skills necessary to pursue your desired program.
A visa interview aims to confirm that you are in the right state of mind to study in the country of your choice. Being academically and economically sound is only a small fraction of the total package applicants should possess to succeed overseas. Applicants are required to be mentally mature and independent.
This shows that you know what program you are going to study and what significant difference will it make in your Life and Career once you complete the studies and return to your home country.
Visa & Academic (education providers) Officers simply want to make sure you have made the right preparations for life as an International student studying abroad.
Interviews can be grouped into;
- Questions about the Country of your choice.
- Questions about the applicant’s seriousness.
- Questions about the applicant’s intentions.
- Questions that assess your financial situation.
Unlike Visa applicants from the USA only have to prepare for their interview through our well-researched and updated Consultants. Few of the education providers based in Australia and the UK also conduct their GTE interviews. Such GTE interviews are moreover seeking clarity on whether the applicant is genuine and financially able or not. Irrespective ALL our applicants are prepared by our consultants for their Visa Interview, leaving NO STONES LEFT UNTURNED for their successful desired outcome.
Our Education Counselors will make sure that you are prepared and ready for any Q&A if you receive an Interview. Interviews can be done over the phone, via Skype call, or by appointment at your closest VFS office as per the interviewer’s choice.