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The WORLDBRO Admission Cell is a one-stop centre for applying to universities abroad for all under-graduate and graduate programs. We help you shortlist universities that match your requirements and are suited to your profile and attitude. We have 100% success rate in placing students. The admission process is elaborated one with various parameters attached to it. Once you're registered with us, you can leave all your worries behind. Our comprehensive database ensures scientific selection that is customised to your personal need. From choosing the suitable universities, to taking care of your entire application process, to following up with universities-we remain with you, until you secure admission. We also have an extensive network of students studying in foreign universities and are readily approachable for feedback on studying and living abroad.

Any student willing and able to study abroad will find a suitable place at one of the more than 3,000 American, Australia, Canada, U.K. & New Zealand colleges and universities - the key is to find the right institution for the choosen program.

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1. How do I find out about American, Australia, Canada, U.K. & New Zealand universities and colleges?
The best source of information is the Internet. Most institutions have web pages that contain a wealth of information and instructions on how to submit an application for admission, including special instructions for international students. Alternatively, if you do not have access to the Internet, you can find information by visiting the nearest US, Australia, Canada U.K. & New Zealand embassy or consulate. They will direct you to a Information Service Office, or the local agency that offers information on study in the United States, Australia, Canada, U.K. & New Zealand. You can also avail the services of the WORLDBRO admission cell to help you get information on American, Australia, Canada, U.K. & New Zealand Colleges and Universities.
2. How do I find the right university for me?
First, you must have a clear idea of what you wish to study and where in the US, Australia, Canada, U.K. & New Zealand you would like to be facilitated. There are also financial considerations to take into account, and the cost can vary enormously from institution to institution. The field of study, geography, and cost will help you narrow down your selection.

The next step is to contact the universities that appeal to you and obtain information from them. As it can take some time to complete the application process, the earlier you begin the better it is for you. Start your search at least 12 months in advance; if you are planning to begin your studies, you should start one year ahead before the semester you wish to join. American, Australia, Canada, U.K. & New Zealand universities admit new students twice a year. Although the largest intake is usually in the autumn, students are also admitted in the spring semester which starts in January.
3. What is the application process?
Once you have gathered all the information and application forms from the universities that interest you, read them carefully and follow the instructions. Most require you to fill an application form and submit it, along with your educational qualifications, test results, one or more letters of recommendation from former teachers or employers, personal essays and statement of purpose, financial affidavits, and applications for scholarship if any. They will also require that you pay an application fee.
4. What sort of test are required?
All universities in the United States, Australia, Canada, U.K. & New Zealand require applicants to take 'standardized tests' designed to measure students' aptitude for further study. Students whose native language is not English must also demonstrate their proficiency by taking the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS(International English Language Testing System). Graduate schools of business and MBA programs usually require the GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) ; post-graduate programs in other disciplines require the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Students going just after Class twelve for undergraduate programs need to take the SAT I and SAT II tests.
5. Where do you send your applications and how are they Reviewed?
The admissions office in the university is responsible for receiving applications, credentials, test results, letters of recommendations and application fees. When a file is complete, it is reviewed and a decision taken on admission. For post-graduate admission, the file is referred to the department to be reviewed by professors who make the final decision. A decision of admission could take between one month and six months depending on the university though most decisions take about two to three months.
WORLDBRO's Application Assistance consists of:

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