Cost of study at the University
Availability of financial assistance
Availability of interested field of specialization
Flexibility of transferring to within and outside the university
Current employment chances
The prospects of further education
What sort of accreditation does the university have
Student to staff ratio
Faculty and infrastructure
The geography of the university
Through the expertise of our well-trained Education Advisors can help to identify the professional goals, enabling the student to take a wider academic decision, and gives Personal Guidance to help choose courses that perfectly fit your Career or Personal Goals. Students to receive expert advising and assistance with choosing a major and career path, plan of study, understanding degree requirements, preparing a resume and learning successful job search techniques.
Our team is backed by a sophisticated knowledge matching system that contains all the latest information on our 300+ partner institutions. Axiom provides personal advice that is tailored to meet your needs. The topics covered in your first consultation may include:
Your education and experience, interests, timelines, budgets, and career goals
An overview of the education system in the countries you prefer
Information and advice on appropriate courses
Explanation of the entire application process
An overview of the student visa process
An invitation to attend an upcoming event to meet representatives of our partner universities and institutions
We provide assistance to help you get into those Universities that would best suit your Personal, Academic and Financial Profile/parameters, and not limited to the Universities we represent. With the wealth of knowledge & experience, our counselors have we save you time & money map you to the right university for you after carefully reviewing your profile.
There are thousands of colleges and universities worldwide that offer millions of courses for the students to build up their career in the particular area to take a position in the professional world globally. There are many countries having well-reputed colleges and universities which have given world’s best Scientists, Doctors, Philosophers, Economists, Politicians and Businessmen.
Before taking the decision to study abroad you should have an idea about your career plan very clearly in your mind.
Every country has a different education system and its worldwide reputation for international students. USA, Canada, Australia, UK New Zealand, Malaysia & China etc. are the most popular destination for the international student to study and to make their career path. All countries have various types of educational institutions.
You should be very clear with your financial conditions before taking an admission into any of the institutions for your higher studies. So before selection, we would like to advise you to go to the website and organize your study plan along with the financial backup so that you do not have to stress during your study.
University education is one of the most reputed and worldwide recognized. Basically, University education having Graduation and post graduation programs in all major field like Arts, Finance, Information Technology, Health and Social Care, Environmental Science, Biomedical, Medical, business and management, Music and much more.
Usually, university having higher criteria for admission, normally University required 6 or 6.5 Bands in IELTS examination, 60 % and above grade in student’s academic career and good hands of experience if applying for any post graduate or research program.
Fees standards in Universities are higher than the college and other institutions. University education is more practical and research basis which gives the professional touch to the academic career of the student.
There are many colleges that are private and owned by an individual or any organization which is having authorization and awarding certificates from the Country Education department and University. Normally colleges can offer Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Bachelors and Post Graduate programs with an affiliation.
Compared to universities, colleges have lower fees standards but similar education systems and facilities for the students to study in. Admission criteria are a bit easy than the university.
A very important thing for the private college is they should maintain their quality control in order to recruit international students.
USA, UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Malaysia having private colleges which offer a good range of courses to international students at affordable fees.
Publically funded colleges are normally funded by the local government of the respective country, so they can provide better facilities to the students while fees standard are equal to Private College.
Publically funded colleges offer all diplomas, advanced diplomas, bachelors, masters and post graduation programs for local and international students in information technology, health and social care, business management, Finance and Marketing and much more with internship options as per the course demands.
Whether you are an undeclared student or you feel like the major that you have chosen is not the right one for you, AXIOM Education Group can help to guide you in the right direction. Here are some things to consider while you wait for your appointment, or if you decide to go it alone:
Do what interests you! This may seem pretty obvious, but sometimes the most obvious things go unrecognized. To help you identify some of these subjects look to the following clues:
What have college courses been enjoyable?
Which high school subjects were the most pleasant?
What extracurricular activities or hobbies do you enjoy?
When selecting a major it is important to choose something in which you can do well. For many of us, there is an overlap between the subjects that interest us and the subjects we are good at. Having this overlap can make your decision easier.
Many students can narrow down a list just by reviewing the Table of Contents. Once you have narrowed your list, read the major description and the course descriptions. You will definitely get an idea if that major is approachable or one you should avoid. The counselors can speak to you individually about your potential major choices.
INTERESTS + ABILITIES = CAREER
Possibly the easiest way to approach the choice of a major is to decide on a career path and work backward. When you collect a list of interests and a list of current abilities, try to combine them into a career goal. For instance, someone who likes math and has good analytical skills may want to consider a major in accounting, or someone who enjoys physical education and likes to interact with children may want to major in education with a concentration in physical education.
Values are those beliefs and ideas that you find important and that guide your behaviors. Your values can be added to the Interests + Abilities equation to help sift through a list of potential careers or majors. Each career path will satisfy or not satisfy your particular values. Values are sometimes the most difficult to assess in oneself but also the most important factor in career or major choice.