Student Visa

MovesEdu Immigration Pvt Ltd offers personalized Migration Solutions, serving as your all-in-one destination. We specialize in Study Visa consultation for various countries including Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK, USA, Europe, Singapore, and Ireland. Our array of services coupled with extensive expertise ensures a smooth migration process for a promising future abroad. With a proven track record in study visa filing, we provide comprehensive advice and assistance tailored to each client's needs. Leveraging our proficiency and rich experience, we accurately identify the most suitable migration options for our clients.

At Moves, we view it as our professional duty to meticulously analyze and evaluate every case before representing the client, ensuring both individuality and client confidence are upheld. Rest assured, upon meeting our consulting professionals, any doubts or questions you may have will fade into the background, leaving you eager to proactively move forward and expedite the process, ultimately fulfilling your aspiration of relocating to your dream country.

If you're a student aspiring to study abroad, MovesEdu is your gateway to international education opportunities.

Nations where we offer services for obtaining study visas:

MovesEdu has been facilitating study visas since 2012, boasting a significant number of contented study visa applicants. At MovesEdu, we offer assistance with study visas for destinations including Canada, USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Singapore, and Ireland. Our priority is to ensure that your study abroad journey is optimized with our support.

How do you make a decision when various countries offer top-tier education?

How can you determine the suitability of a country when you might not be fully informed about its circumstances?

MovesEdu specializes in study visa services for numerous countries. We offer impartial information about all the countries we serve, guiding you towards the most suitable option.

In addition to our guidance, we offer thorough country comparisons to empower you in making your own decision. Nonetheless, MovesEdu will always be available to assist you in selecting the ideal country, considering factors such as program options, educational levels, and career prospects.

With myriad courses available, each offering numerous specializations and an abundance of options, students often find it challenging to pinpoint the ideal selection.

MovesEdu's proficiency in this area will significantly benefit you.

We possess comprehensive and current data regarding courses across all levels (Certificate, Diploma, Bachelor's, Master's, etc.) in various countries. Our counselors meticulously analyze this information, meticulously selecting and recommending the most suitable course for you, taking into account your preferences, academic history, and future aspirations.

At MOVES, you're consistently headed in the right direction!

With over 1900 universities and colleges in Canada, 2000+ universities in the USA, 890+ universities in Australia, and 960+ in the UK, not to mention thousands of colleges scattered throughout, it's truly astounding, isn't it?

If you focus solely on a single academic discipline, such as Computer Science...

There are over 800 universities in the USA offering this program! As a student, how do you decide which university best suits your academic background?

  • Which option is considered favorable or falls within the norm?
  • Where can one locate financial assistance?

The task can feel overwhelming for a hopeful student, but not for MOVES counselors.

We maintain an extensive and continuously updated database encompassing all universities and programs. Our dedicated team conducts ongoing research on these institutions to ensure we provide tailored recommendations for you. With our expert guidance, selecting the ideal university and program for your academic level becomes effortless. This invaluable service is included as part of our standard offering at MOVES.

Every university or department has its own set of guidelines for crafting a Statement of Purpose, also referred to as a Statement of Intent, college application essay, or simply an essay, etc.

This Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) holds significant importance in the admissions process, as it can greatly impact the outcome of an application.

If the Statement of Purpose (SOP) is well-crafted, universities might forgive some minor shortcomings and lean towards a favorable decision. Conversely, even if other components of the application are strong, a poorly constructed SOP can greatly hinder a student's chances.

MOVES conducts periodic reviews of the SOPs, assessing their content, proposing alterations, and implementing changes to optimize their effectiveness for the applicants' needs.

Documents needed to initiate the processing of your study visa.

  • Passport in validity
  • Educational transcripts
  • Legitimate English language proficiency scorecard (typically necessary for study visas in many countries)
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Resume (Curriculum Vitae)
  • Personal statement

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Pursue Education in Australia

The Australian government has consolidated visa subclasses and implemented the Simplified Student Visa Framework (SSVF) to streamline visa processing for applicants.

Australia stands as a diverse and highly sought-after destination for international students aspiring to pursue their studies abroad. With the Australian student visa governed by Australian Immigration Law, the country attracts a significant number of students annually. This is largely attributed to its exceptional education systems, professional guidance, relaxed nature, holiday opportunities, and the prospect of Permanent Residency in Australia.

Australia's Educational System

  • Certificate Programs
  • Associate Degree Programs
  • Advanced Diploma Programs

Undergraduate Studies

  • Bachelor's Degree Programs (with Honours) Postgraduate Studies
  • Extended Master's Degree Programs
  • Coursework Master's Degree Programs
  • Research Master's Degree Programs
  • Doctoral Programs

Vocational and Technical Education

In Australia, Vocational and Technical Education is provided through institutions commonly referred to as TAFE and VET. These institutions offer a range of programs including short courses, certificate programs, diplomas, and advanced diplomas. These programs aim to equip students with specific vocational skills or prepare them for entry into the workforce.

Temporary Genuine Entrant (TGE)

The Genuine Temporary Entrance (GTE) statement serves as a means to verify that your intention to stay in Australia is solely for educational purposes. It encompasses several key aspects:

  • Your academic and professional background.
  • The reasons behind your choice of degree or course.
  • The alignment of your past qualifications and work experience with the chosen program.
  • Any explanation regarding gaps in your academic or professional trajectory, if applicable.
  • Your rationale for selecting the specific college or institution in Australia.
  • How obtaining this qualification will contribute to your future endeavors.
  • Your tentative plans following the completion of the selected course or degree in Australia.

Criteria for Eligibility

The outlined standards for applications to Australian universities are as follows:

  • English Language Proficiency
  • All candidates must undergo a recognized English language proficiency assessment.
  • Typically, Australian universities/institutions consider IELTS/TOEFL/PTE scores.
  • For undergraduate programs, a minimum IELTS Academic Band score of 6 with no section scoring below 6.0 is necessary.
  • For postgraduate programs, a minimum IELTS Academic Band score of 6.5 with no section scoring below 6 is required.

Educational Criteria

Postgraduate education in Australia

  • High school diploma or completion of twelfth grade education.
  • Minimum academic achievement of 60% or higher in twelfth grade.
  • Mathematics at the XII-grade level is a prerequisite for certain science and technology courses.

Advanced education in Australia

  • Certificates for both undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as additional accredited vocational education and training (VET) certifications, are awarded upon the successful completion of 15 years of education.
  • Experience pertinent to the field (required by certain universities for MBA programs)

Educate yourself in the United States

With the exception of specific visitors, all non-resident foreigners desiring entry into the US now require a visa, a requirement that has seen a notable increase of approximately 9 million applications. Renowned for its Ivy League institutions, the United States stands as a global leader in education, offering a potentially enriching experience for those studying within its borders. The nation has progressively expanded opportunities for international students across various career fields.

Moreover, the American education system presents students with comprehensive coursework encompassing both theoretical knowledge and practical application. Within US colleges and universities, students encounter a diverse array of academic and extracurricular offerings, including research-focused institutions, private schools, and state colleges. The US education system ensures a holistic approach to learning, catering to both academic and vocational pursuits, supported by robust government policies governing curriculum standards and academic benchmarks to uphold quality education for all students.

Education in the United States

United States universities offer a diverse array of degree programs tailored to meet the individual needs and interests of students. These programs span various levels, each leading to different degrees. Renowned for their vibrant inter-college sports leagues and debating clubs, United States universities also boast an exceptional academic reputation, particularly exemplified by the prestigious Ivy League institutions. While most degrees typically span four years, professional programs such as Law, Medicine, and Dentistry require additional time. In contrast to the UK system, these professional degrees are not available at the undergraduate or graduate levels. Aspiring professionals must undergo a streamlined process, beginning with three years as an undergraduate followed by a four-year Bachelor's degree. Only then can they pursue a Master's and eventually a PhD (Doctoral Level). It is common for students to enter the workforce after obtaining a Bachelor's degree, as it is widely regarded as academically prestigious in itself.

  • Visa for Education Purposes
    • 11th and 12th Grade Education
  • Initial University Level
    • Completion of Associate Degree (AA)
    • Achievement of Bachelor’s Degree (BS, BA)
    • Pursuit of Post-bachelor’s Diploma/Certificate
  • Advanced University Level
    • Attainment of Master’s Degree (Non-thesis) (MS, MA, M.Eng.)
    • Completion of Master’s Degree Research (Thesis Required) (MS, MA, M.Eng.)
  • Highest University Level
    • Pursuit of Doctorate (Ph.D.)

Criteria for Eligibility

Below are the typical requirements for applying to universities in the USA:

  • English Language Proficiency: All applicants must demonstrate proficiency in English by taking a recognized language test. A minimum TOEFL score of 80 is necessary for undergraduate programs, while a score of at least 90 is required for post-graduate programs. Additionally, a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 to 7 is necessary for both undergraduate and post-graduate programs.
  • Standardized Tests: Depending on the field of study, applicants may need to take specific standardized tests. For management-related subjects, the GMAT is typically required, while the GRE is necessary for science programs. Arts or vocational courses often require either the TOEFL or IELTS exams.

Eligibility Requirements for Undergraduate Admission

  • Grade scores attained during Intermediate and High school education.
  • Completion of Mathematics in class XII as a prerequisite for certain sciences and technology courses.
  • Necessary achievement of IELTS / TOEFL/PTE Academic scores.
  • Standardized Tests such as SAT, CAT, GMAT, GRE, and GATE Scores.
  • Participation in Extra-Curricular Activities.

Criteria for Qualifying for Post-Graduate Studies

  • Achieved Grade Score in your undergraduate degree or any post-secondary pursuits after completing high school or intermediate education.
  • Mandatory GRE/GMAT, IELTS, or TOEFL scores for studying in the USA.
  • Professional work history.

Pursue your education in Canada

Postsecondary education, also known as advanced education in Canada, is provided by both publicly funded and private institutions. It encompasses a broad spectrum of formal education beyond high school, whether degree-granting or not. These establishments offer various credentials such as degrees, diplomas, and certificates, depending on the program duration and institutional nature. In Canada, universities are no longer the exclusive degree-granting bodies; recognized postsecondary institutions, both public and private, can also confer degrees, diplomas, and other qualifications. The country allocates substantial public expenditure, exceeding 30 billion dollars annually, towards postsecondary education. Tertiary level education is available in both public and private institutions, offering degrees, diplomas, certificates, and certifications, varying in duration and institutional characteristics.

Available Qualifications

Canadian higher education institutions typically offer the following levels of degrees:

  • Certificate Level (duration: one year)
  • Diploma Level (duration: two years)
  • Advanced Diploma (duration: three years)
  • Fast-track Diplomas or Advanced Diploma (duration: 1 or 2 years)
  • Postgraduate Diplomas/Certificates (duration: 1 or 2 years)
  • Master’s Degree (duration: one to two years)
  • M.Phil. Degree (duration: two years)
  • Doctorate or PhD (duration: four to seven years)


English Proficiency Requirements:

  • Most universities typically require a minimum TOEFL score ranging from 80 to 84 (internet-based test) for their courses.
  • Equivalent scores from the IELTS and PTE Academic tests are generally accepted by the majority of universities and colleges.

Bachelor's degree programs in Canada

  • Bachelor's degree programs require a minimum aggregate score of 65% in 12th grade, while diplomas and advanced diplomas necessitate a minimum of 50%.
  • Mathematics in the twelfth grade is a prerequisite for certain science, technology, and business courses.
  • Prospective students must achieve a minimum overall score of 6.0 bands in IELTS/PTE Academic or equivalent PTE scores.

Postgraduate studies in Canada

The majority of universities mandate an equivalent qualification to a Canadian bachelor's degree, necessitating formal education.

  • It would entail an additional year of academic study following completion of an Indian bachelor's degree.
  • Bachelor's degree programs lasting four years, such as B.E., B.Tech., or similar courses.
  • The minimum score needed for admission to a PG Diploma program is 6.5 bands overall in the IELTS/PTE Academic, while for a master’s degree, the requirement is 7.0 bands.
  • Certain universities also recognize comparable PTE scores.
  • Applicable professional background (mandated by certain universities for MBA and Master’s Degree programs in IT)

PhD in Canada

In order to pursue a doctorate, the majority of universities typically mandate possession of a master's degree in the relevant field. Nonetheless, in exceptional circumstances, universities may entertain applications even without a master's degree.

Study in the United Kingdom

The United Kingdom, often referred to as The Kingdom of Great Britain, is renowned for various cultural and historical landmarks. England, known as the birthplace of Shakespeare and the home of the iconic band, The Beatles, is anchored by its capital city, London, a hub of global finance and cultural influence. With an estimated population of 65.1 million people, the UK continues to experience significant growth, particularly driven by the widespread exposure of international students in its largest city, London.

The United Kingdom is renowned for its esteemed British Universities, with institutions such as the University of Cambridge, the University of Oxford, and King’s College London standing as Europe's oldest and most prestigious. Within the English-speaking world, where a majority of residents are proficient in English, there is a compulsory requirement for students in England to study a second language until the age of 14. In both England and Scotland, French and German are the most frequently taught second languages.

The educational structure in the United Kingdom comprises four primary segments: primary education, secondary education, and further and higher education. UK universities are renowned for their diverse student body, welcoming students from various backgrounds. These institutions offer students a range of study options, including full-time enrollment, evening classes, and online learning.

Education within the United Kingdom

  • Bachelor's degree programs (BA/B.Sc./B.Eng., etc.)
  • Master's degree programs (MA/M.Sc./MBA, etc.)
  • Postgraduate research programs (M.Phil., etc.)
  • Doctoral level studies (Ph.D./DBS, etc.)

Eligibility Requirements

International students typically need to complete the IELTS (International English Language Test) as a standard requirement for most courses and universities. The British Council regularly administers this test. Alternatively, some universities may consider the TOEFL as an acceptable substitute.

**Certain universities might exempt you from providing an English proficiency score if you have been educated in English medium throughout your schooling, specifically under the CBSE or ICSE board, and they are satisfied with your demonstrated proficiency in the language.**

Eligibility Requirements for Undergraduate Admission

Excellent grades from either the CBSE or ICSE Central Boards, or their comparable equivalents, along with completion of the first year of an Indian degree program, are typically necessary for direct admission into an undergraduate program in the UK. Prospective students must meet both general admission criteria and specific course requirements. Secondary school transcripts should include comprehensive information about subjects studied, credits earned, and any additional qualifications such as correspondence courses or diplomas.

Criteria for qualification: Must hold a Bachelor's Degree.

Unlike undergraduate programs, graduate degree application systems do not require equity. Many UK universities recognize the Indian graduation system's three-year duration for most postgraduate courses. An Indian bachelor's degree such as B.A., B.Com, or B.Sc. is considered equivalent to a British Bachelor (Ordinary) Degree.

However, certain courses and universities may necessitate a qualification comparable to a British Bachelor's (Honours) Degree with MA, M.Sc., requiring 16 years of formal education. This could entail an additional year after graduation or completion of a four-year degree program such as B.E, B.Tech, or similar courses.

Regarding eligibility, a professionally recognized postgraduate Indian degree such as M.Tech. or M.E from institutions like I.I.T. or I.I.Sc. is considered equivalent to a British Master's Degree. Many professional and vocational courses also mandate relevant work experience. For example, numerous MBA or Master's programs in information studies stipulate a minimum of a couple of years' work experience.

Study in New Zealand

New Zealand has emerged as an attractive destination for international students seeking quality education abroad. With each passing year, it increasingly becomes the top choice for those looking to stand out with unique academic experiences. These factors have positioned New Zealand as a leader among global higher education providers.

Another factor contributing to this phenomenon is the educational system's emphasis on both practical skills and academic excellence. In New Zealand, the public education system prioritizes fostering open-mindedness and encouraging children to explore, thereby facilitating optimal learning experiences and preparing them for further studies and eventual entry into the workforce after completing their foundational education. The majority of primary and secondary schools adhere to a structured academic calendar, operating year-round with four evenly spaced terms. Additionally, higher education holds significant importance, with the country boasting eight universities, 18 technology institutions, and over 600 specialized training schools, collectively constituting one of the most robustly supported education systems globally.

Offered Qualifications

The nation provides a wide array of choices for students coming from abroad:

  • Certificates: Levels 1 through 4
  • Diplomas: Levels 5 and 6
  • Bachelor's Degree and Graduate Diploma: Level 7
  • Postgraduate Diploma: Level 8
  • Master's Degree: Level 9
  • Doctorate/PhD: Level 10

Criteria for Eligibility

The two most prominent examinations are the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) and the Cambridge Exam, which enjoy global recognition. These tests are widely accepted by universities in New Zealand. For admission to both undergraduate and Master's programs, applicants are required to achieve a minimum overall score of 6.5, with no individual module score falling below 6.0.

Bachelor's Degree Program

Intermediate or secondary level schooling is required, with an aggregate score of at least 60%, and a minimum of 60% specifically in English. Mathematics at the Class XII level is mandatory for certain science and technology programs. Additionally, achieving minimum scores in the IELTS Academic exam is compulsory.

Master's degree in New Zealand

  • Bachelor's degree with above-average performance.
  • Required minimum scores in IELTS Academic.
  • Appropriate work experience (for MBA and IT programs).