Study MBA in Europe : Czech College in Prague


Enroll in a course at the prestigious Czech College, choosing to study in English, and at the same time explore the the dynamics of the country, its culture. Take advantage of Prague’s central location in order to see the many cultural sites of Czech Republic and other European cities such as Budapest, Vienna, Krakow, or Berlin which are just a train or bus ride away.

Czech College is an English-language privately managed college based in Prague, in Czech Republic. The college offers diplomas and degree programs in business, international management, finance, marketing, entrepreneurship and operations management. All the programs are based on  British curriculum.

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At present Czech College offers following business oriented courses to International Students . And the academic section is working on many more courses that will be introduced next year.

Course Name Level         Intakes      Progression
PGDSM    Postgraduate           July/Nov/Feb              MBA
UGEDM    Undergraduate           July/Nov/Feb              BBA

Prague is a city jewelled with cobbled pathways and charming lanes. This city encourages you to take walks and revel in the beauty of the city. The historical city centre of the city is best explored on foot. However, there are also some far flung attractions that are impossible to visit without a means of transport. Fortunately, Prague has a well developed and efficient infrastructure for transport. Public transport is effective, frequent and safe. Even late at night, public transport is used by the young and old alike. Metro, trams and buses run smoothly and are used by most of the population over private transport. Prague boasts of having one of the best transport systems in Europe.

Then , there is food and drink! Prague restaurants have a reputation for offering good, excellent cuisine in lovely settings, ranging from candlelit cellars to rooftop eateries with fine views over the city.

And of course, there is the world famous Czech beer.The Czech people take pride in the quality of beer and consider their beer as the best in the world. Beer is not just a drink, it is culture down here. With a pint of this frothy golden brown liquid down your throat, you’ll be fortified to experience many treasures of Prague. To get some of the best beer experiences visit Prague Beer Museum, Pilsner Urquell Brewery, U Fleku Beer Hall, Bredovsky Dvur or Tankovna where the beer is tanked up (beer without carbon dioxide) so you can enjoy its full taste. There are also other beers around prague that are drafted from tank, e.g. Budweiser and many other.

Long tradition of quality education

High quality education and research, especially in Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, has a long tradition in the Czech Republic. The Charles University in Prague was founded in 1348 and is the oldest university in the Central Europe. Quality assurance of various activities of higher education institutions belongs to the main priorities of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports.

The Czech Republic combines an outstanding level of general education with strong science and engineering disciplines. Technical education in the Czech Republic has a long tradition and enjoys a strong reputation around the world. About one-third of Czech students study economics, finance or IT. According to the last Eurobarometer survey, 80% of Czechs are able to speak a foreign language (predominantly English or German).

Diverse range of study programmes

Czech universities offer long-standing reputations, unique conception and interesting specializations. Students can come for a short study visit or to complete their degree in a wide range of traditional as well as newly-emerging disciplines.

Offer for international students

Over 40,000 foreign students are studying at Czech higher education institutions and their interest is growing as the offer of study programmes in foreign language (especially in English) is increasing. Czech universities and Institutions are more and more involved in a wide range of international cooperation activities and programmes taking place in the European Union and other countries.

Location in the heart of Europe

Studying in the Czech Republic puts you in the middle of Europe and you have a great chance to discover all European countries and places you might otherwise not have had the opportunity to visit.

Cultural experience and fascinating history

Due to its geographic location the Czech Republic is situated in the intersection of many cultures. The country’s culture was historically formed mainly by Slavic and Austrian (German) influences, which resulted in a rich Central-European culture heritage and lifestyle. The Czech Republic is sure to entertain you in between your studies!

Lower costs of living

Although some nickname Czech Republic as Switzerland of the Eastern Europe, the costs of living in Czech Republic are among the cheapest in the Central and Eastern European countries so the life is thus more affordable.

Contact Czech College, if you are thinking of studying in Prague in English. They have programmes ranging from Bushiness studies to Language studies. You can find Czech College website here

Upcoming Spot Admission in Kochi – February 2015

There are a number of colleges from Europe and US are  accepting admission from Kochi this month . Brief information on spot admissions are given below. For more details , contact Student Visa Expert

1 .Griffith College : Ireland
13th Feb(Fri) 2015 from 4:00PM- 5:00PM
Delegates : Mr Deepak Luthra & Mr Kevin Geogheghan onor

2. BPP university UK
Delegate : Mr.Yuvraj Jaitley.
16/02/2015 , Time: 3.30 pm to 5.30 pm.

3.Monroe College New York
Delegates :
Dr.Alex ,Vice president of Monroe college
Mr.Ashok Vijay
on 27/02/2015 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm.

For further details contact Student Visa Expert : 0484 410 0055

MBA in EUROPE : SCOPE, COST and other Requirements


A hot favorite with international students, Europe is one of the most sought after business school destinations, housing some of the best  B-schools in the world.

MBA stands for Master in Business Administration. Many consider that a MBA degree is the ultimate entry ticket to get a good and high-paying job. This is because a MBA educational program fetches you both knowledge and expertise. These endowments help the candidate to get a good position with a company. Together with many options of MBA in India like regular MBA, MBA – Executive, MBA – Part time, MBA – Specialized sector, etc you also have the option of opting for MBA Abroad, i.e., MBA Course from the universities of abroad countries.

The MBA started life in America as a Master of Science in Commerce degree in 1900. Europe adopted MBA by 1957  -INSEAD becoming  the first European business school to offer an MBA program.

MBA in Europe

For many years, Students from all over the world mostly aspired to study only in US when they considered to take an MBA degree from abroad. But for the last few years or so, a new trend seems to be taking shape. Students are beginning to realize that the one-year European MBA may propel their careers in the right direction. In some cases, it may just be better than the traditional two-year US MBA.

Doing an MBA in Europe is taking advantage of the chance to study a practical diploma relevant to the industry and the multicultural environment. Developed competencies learnt during the MBA will quickly find that they can be applied in the everyday life of a company.On the other hand, bank and insurance sectors have started to recruit in Europe, because they are looking for people able to work anywhere in the world, in non-structured environments such as the new markets in Asia and South America.Large multinationals are always interested in investing in quality graduates who may become top managers in the future.

Completing the entire MBA curriculum in one year is the number one concern for many students.A one-year MBA does not necessarily mean the curriculum is more difficult. What it really means is that, just like in the real world, you work hard and you play hard. In fact, the curriculum for most one-year and two-year MBA programmes is pretty much the same.

Available MBA  Courses in Europe

Apart from regular MBA in Marketing, MBA in Finance, and MBA in Human Resource, you can pursue MBA degree in other unique specialization as well.

For instance:

Hospital Management for Medical Professional
Agribusiness Management for Agriculture background professional
Hospitality and Tourism Management for a person from Travel or hospitality background
Petroleum Management for people interested in Petroleum sector

WHY  Take an European  MBA?

There are certain important differences between an Indian MBA degree and a foreign one. The learning environment and the ‘MBA-experience’ vary by a great extent with the school. Indian education system helps prepare conceptually strong managers with solid ‘funda-es’, the schools abroad focus on practical aspects and offer much broader exposure and perspective.

Here are the main benefits of an European MBA:

Broader Scope: You instantly become a ‘global citizen’ the moment you enroll! Your career opportunities become wider as you have an option to work in the foreign country, as well as come back home.
Practical Learning: Mostly, the foreign MBA courses are case study based, which makes them less ‘bookish’, interesting and fun to learn. Even the statistics course would make you think from a logical viewpoint, with little calculations involved.
Strong Peer Group: The class would typically have people from 10-30 different countries, with over 5 years of work experience (average). The cultural exposure would certainly broaden your outlook.
Better self-assessment: Many colleges offer informational interviews with psychometric tests, which allow you to discover yourself and help you make the best career choice for yourself.
Enjoyable Experience: While there always be a few sad folks in every schools, from my own experience, I can promise you that your experience will be immensely enjoyable. You only need to be clear about what you want out of the MBA, and possess a big heart.
Global Network: Several top ranked schools are over 100 year old, which offers you a strong and large alumni network. You’ll be able to connect with the who’s who of the business world, in every part of the world.

ELIGIBILITY for taking an MBA in Europe

Eligibility criteria for studying MBA abroad vary from country to country and school to school. But for most of the schools the following criteria are followed:

  • 3-4 years of education post the 10+2 stage
  • Prior work experience is recommended (Required for a majority of the schools)
  • GMAT and TOEFL/IELTS scores (GMAT is not mandatory for all schools in Europe )
  • A strong extracurricular record

As is obvious, all the schools relatively compare you to the rest of the applicants. But along with that, a realistic assessment of one’s capabilities is also done. In case you don’t have prior work experience, there is not much to be gained by applying to schools abroad.

In case you see that your GMAT scores are above the cut off averages of schools you wish to apply for, then you automatically make a strong case for yourself. Along with a strong academic record, MBA schools abroad also give quite a lot of weight to extracurricular activities – in the belief that an applicant needs to be well rounded and capable of giving back to society. This is a very important facet which one tends to ignore.

REQUIRED SKILL SET for Studying an MBA in Europe

The fundamentals of business are taught in every MBA program. Accounting, economics, finance, organizational behavior, marketing, statistics, and operations form the primary business disciplines and skills and are in the expected repertoire for any MBA. How and when students cover the basic skills varies, however. In most programs these subjects will be taught in a group of core courses required of every student. These core courses consume most or all of the first year of study in a two-year fulltime program. In some programs, students who have a prior background in business can be exempted or waived from some or all of the core courses, on the basis of either a special examination or an evaluation of the undergraduate transcript.

Some programs regard a few areas as background knowledge and expect you to have learned the material before you start your graduate program. Statistics, economics, and accounting often fall in this group. When you’re comparing the length of programs and calculating time to degree, be sure you remember to consider any program prerequisites. (Calculus and computer skills are also common prerequisites for MBA programs.)

Other programs take another approach, offering the core courses within the structure of the program but requiring this course work only of those students who have not mastered it previously. If your program has two tiers, with different entrance points-for students with undergraduate degrees in business and those with degrees in non-business areas-you may be exempted from some or all of the first year of the program if you were an undergrad business major.

Quantitative Skills
It has been said that mathematics is “the language of business.” But many MBA programs are moving away from the heavily analytical approaches that predominated several years ago and are giving increased emphasis to the “soft” areas of communication and interpersonal skills. Said that, the quantitative elements of business studies have not gone away.

The actual level of mathematical knowledge that you’ll need varies widely from program to program. Some schools expect you to have studied statistics before entering the program. Some will expect you to use calculus on a regular basis. Generally speaking, you should certainly feel comfortable with college algebra and brush up your quantitative skills if they’re rusty.

It’s a tech world out there
In an ongoing effort to adapt to technological change, almost all business schools have integrated personal computers into their programs. Many schools will require you to have your own laptop. The extent to which you’ll be expected to use a computer will vary from program to program, but you should make an effort to have at least a minimum comfort level with word processing, spreadsheets, and databases before starting school. You may want to check with the schools you’re interested in to find out the hardware and software specifications.

Are you a team player?
One of the ways schools are mimicking the business environment in their academic programs is in the use of student teams. As corporations have increasingly turned to teams to work on projects and to solve problems, MBA programs have converted an increased share of course work from individual work to team work. Many programs now incorporate training in teambuilding somewhere in the program – either as part of new student orientation, in team building workshops, or as a topic in organizational behavior courses.

Teams may be formed for the purpose of one project in one course or they may remain together for months, working on multiple courses. In the often competitive environment of MBA programs, the cooperation required of teams doesn’t always come naturally. Since team work is almost always time consuming, students in schools that use teams may find that activities and even policies on work during the academic year reflect the heavy time commitment of working with others.


For pursuing MBA from Europe, an aspirant has to usually go through these qualifying tests.

1.TOFEL/IELTS (Test of Proficiency in English)

2.GMAT (MBA Entrance Exam)

Best European Business Schools compared to the US Business Schools

Rank Best European Business Schools Best American Business Schools
1 London Business School Harvard University
2 INSEAD University of Pennsylvania
3 IE (Instituto de Empresa) Columbia University
4 IMD Stanford
5 University of Oxford MIT
6 Cambridge University University of Chicago
7 Manchester Business School Northwestern University
8 HEC New York University
9 ESADE Dartmouth College
10 Athens University of Eco & Business Yale University
Source: ReportED Rankings, 2013 Source: ReportED Rankings, 2013

It’s really not fair to compare universities on the basis of rankings. One cannot say with surety that Stanford is better than IMD or vice versa. Rankings can be used as a tool for you to decide which schools you want to apply to, but don’t use rankings to answer the ultimate question — which business school is better? Study the course content, student reviews and placement rates to find the answer to that question.

Cost of Studying MBA in Europe

Here is rough estimate of cost , if you were to take MBA programme in some of the top universities and institutions in Europe and USA.

All Figures in US Dollars



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Exchange/Job Search



Miscellaneous MBA costs



Average Incoming Salary



Affordable MBA study options in Europe

There are hundreds of MBA programs available in Europe.The fees for an MBA vary significantly from one Business School to another and from program to program. Some programs that cost a few thousand dollars a year and some that will rack up over $100,000 by the end of the program.

When you’re looking for that perfect study abroad destination, there is one factor that is often pivotal to whether or not you can study there; the cost. Not just the cost of tuition fees, but also how much things like rent and transport will cost you.

There are many more Business Schools in Europe that gives very affordable and quality business degrees. For example, Czech Republic has got some of the finest Business Schools in all of Europe . Although nick­named as the  Switzer­land of the East­ern Europe, the costs of liv­ing in Czech Republic are among the cheapest in the Cen­tral and East­ern Euro­pean countries so the life is thus more affordable.

Doing an MBA in Czech Republic in  Europe is taking advantage of the chance to study a practical diploma relevant to the industry and the multicultural environment. Developed competencies learnt during the MBA will quickly find that they can be applied in the everyday life of a company.On the other hand, bank and insurance sectors have started to recruit in Europe, because they are looking for people able to work anywhere in the world, in non-structured environments such as the new markets in Asia and South America.Large multinationals are always interested in investing in quality graduates who may become top managers in the future.

 Affordable MBA/Business Programme in Europe

As said above  Czech Republic has got some of the most affordable business programme of all of Europe .

Czech Col­lege based in Prague is such an institution that pre­pare stu­dents to man­age a mod­ern busi­ness with ease across bor­ders and cul­tures, as their diplo­mas have a focus on Busi­ness, Inter­na­tional Man­age­ment, Finance, Mar­ket­ing, Entre­pre­neur­ship and Oper­a­tions Management.

At present Czech Col­lege offers fol­low­ing busi­ness ori­ented courses to Inter­na­tional Students .

CourseName               Level                               Intakes                                   Pro­gres­sion
PGDSM                  Post­grad­u­ate                  July/Nov/Feb                                 MBA
UGEDM                Under­grad­u­ate               July/Nov/Feb                                  BBA

Please use the contact form here to know more details. We will be happy to help with your questions and admissions.

Seminar on American & European Student Visa : 29th Oct -31st October 2014

There will be a number of seminar on Studying in America and Europe. The seminars will take place in Kozhikode, Kochi, Kottayam and Trivandrum. We are looking for  aspiring students who want to do their higher studies –  MBA, Accounting , Nursing , Hospitality, Law and other Technical and non Technical fields. Representatives from MONROE College , USA and Czech College, Prague , Europe,  will be present at the venue. Spot admissions are offered to deserving candidates.

Seminar Arrangements :


Priority Visas to be Opened up for Tier 4 Student Category in Bangalore

The British High Commission has today announced the launch of a pilot to include Tier 4 student applications to be able to avail the use of the Priority Visa service for UK visa applicants. In addition to this there will be no requirement for a Priority Visa applicant to demonstrate they have held previous UK, USA or Schengen travel to qualify for this service.

This is a further extension of the Priority Visa services the British High Commission offer to visa applicants to the UK. The service will be piloted in Bangalore and will be available for those applicants who apply at our visa application centre in Bangalore from 11 August 2014. If this pilot proves to be successful we will expand this service to the rest of South India.

Priority Visas are a user-pay service which enables customers to experience a faster processing service of their applications; where our customer service agreement is to aim to process these applications within 5 working days.
This service will not be available to applicants who want to apply under the Settlement route.

Further Information:
1. The Priority Visa service is an optional service and incurs an additional fee.
2. The fee for the Priority Visa service is Rs10500 including taxes (local currency equivalent as per the Consular Exchange rate) plus the standard fee for the type of visa being applied for.
3. Further information about the fees, eligibility criteria and how to schedule an appointment are available at
4. Applicants who have already lodged an application with the British High Commission in Chennai before 11 August will not be able to access this service.

Contact Student Visa Expert for more details.

Spot admission to BHMS ,Switzerland Sep 19th

BHMS Business and Hotel management School in Luzern is one of the top hospitality management schools in Switzerland . There is a Spot Admission at  Student Visa Expert’s Office in Kochi on  Sep 19th from 12.30 pm  to 2.20 pm. Mr. Giovanni Rebai , delegate of BHMS will be interacting with students. Contact Student Visa Expert for more details

Programmes offered by BHMS

  • Diploma in Hospitality Management
  • Higher Diploma in Hospitality Management
  • Bachelor of Arts Degree in Hotel and Hospitality Management (a joint program between BHMS Switzerland and Robert Gordon University)
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Hospitality Management
  • MBA in Hospitality Management (a joint program between BHMS Switzerland and City University of Seattle, USA.)
  • Diploma in Culinary Management
  • Advanced Diploma in Culinary Management
  • MBA in Global Management (a joint program between BHMS Switzerland and City University of Seattle, USA)

Selkirk College Canada : Spot Admission

Selkirk College Canada will be conducting a spot admission at Student Visa Expert’s  Kochi office 0n    June 14-th   , 2014.

Selkirk College offers a variety of academic, career, vocational and technical programs part-time, full-time and on-line. Programs are available through their Schools ofBusiness and Aviation, Digital Media and Music, Health and Human Services, Hospitality and Tourism, Industry and Trades Training, Renewable Resources, University Arts and Sciences, Adult Basic Education and Transitional Training and Kootenay School of the Arts . Exchange and study abroad programs are also offered through Selkirk International.

Selkirk College has a total of eight campuses and learning cSelkirk College Selkirk College Selkirk College Selkirk College Selkirk College Selkirk College entres across the West Kootenay and Boundary regions: Castlegar andNelson (three campuses), Trail, Nakusp, Grand Forks, and Kaslo.

Selkirk College
301 Frank Beinder Way
Castlegar, B.C. V1N 4L3
Tel: (250) 365-1396

For more information contact Student Visa Expert @ 91 95268 11111.

Spot admission IBAT College Ireland-June 5th

Student Visa Expert is to organize   ‘Spot Admission’ to IBAT College , Ireland on 5th June 2014. For more information contact Student Visa Expert @ 91 95268 11111

IBAT College, Dublin

Ireland has turned out to be a favourite destination for Indian students as Ireland is an English speaking country situated close to the United Kingdom and it’s strategic location in Europe. Students are permitted to work part time during their education allowing them to earn for their living expenses and after their successful completion of the course, students get a post study work permit for an year more.

IBAT College Dublin is a progressive institution embracing innovation and new models of education to enable students and graduates to become leaders in the business world. Combining state of the art facilities for postgraduate education (including an MBA debating chamber) with extensive high speed information and learning services, a postgraduate course from IBAT College Dublin will help you to realise your full potential.

IBAT College Dublin offers postgraduate and professional programmes that will make a significant contribution to the achievement of students strategic and operational career goals including Pre Masters in Management, MA in Global Entrepreneurship and our flagship MBA programme offered on a part-time or full-time basis in both our City Centre and Swords Campus.

The Postgraduate Teaching and Learning Experience at IBAT College Dublin

The postgraduate academic team at IBAT College Dublin includes practitioners and sector specific specialists with a wealth of business experience, both in an Irish and an international context. This experienced faculty along with the integration of experiential and classroom knowledge within your Masters studies will enable you to develop the skills and acumen required to meet your current and future business challenges. An optimal learning experience is achieved in class sizes between 15 and 25 participants, ideal for the participation and interaction that we encourage on our programmes, thereby enhancing the learning experience and allowing you to add real value to your business or organisation.

Study in Czech Republic : Visa Guidance & details


Czech Republic is in the heart of Europe and is land-locked with Slovakia, Austria, Germany, and Poland.

Studying abroad in the Czech Republic provides an ideal jumping off point for exploring the rest of Europe. With neighbors like Germany, Austria and Poland, you’ll never be at a loss for interesting places to visit. While studying abroad in Prague you can learn to speak Czech, take classes in English and study at some of the best institutions in Central Europe.

Many students are interested in studying in Europe for a variety of reasons, but they would like a destination other than France, Spain, or Italy. Though it is only about the size of South Carolina, the Czech Republic is something of a hidden gem in Europe. Until 1993, the Czech Republic was part of Czechoslovakia, and today the country encompasses Bohemia and Moravia, as well as a rich cultural history. From composers to writers, the Czech Republic has quite the creative legacy. Prague is the country’s cultural center, but historic towns, castles, and national parks are scattered across the rest of the country. The Czech Republic has much to offer for students that want a different European experience.

What to Study 

The Czech Republic is a great choice for students from a variety of academic backgrounds. The country is home to a dozen different universities, one of which is the world-renowned Charles University. Czech is a moderately difficult language to learn, but most classes are also available in English.

Programs and courses are available in everything from the humanities, history and social sciences to business, legal studies, political science, and international relations. Post-Communist studies are also popular in the Czech Republic, often in the context of another area, like art.

The academic year lasts 12 months; the start is fixed by the head of the higher education institution (rector). Courses are divided into semesters, years or blocks, which are composed of a period of teaching, an examination period and a vacation.

The structure of the academic year is decided by each institution. It usually begins in October and is divided into two semesters: winter and summer, with approx. a five-week examination period after each semester. The summer vacation is in July and August.

The frequency and methods of assessing students’ achievements differ according to the field of study. In some cases, a system of partial examinations taken after each semester has been introduced, in other cases one comprehensive examination after each completed part of studies is prescribed, mostly at the end of a certain module. Performance in examinations and in the defence of the thesis is graded. In majority, institutions students are assessed by means of credits. The credit system (ECTS, European Credit Transfer System) has been encouraged since it allows completed parts of studies to be recognised, thus contributing to transferability within the system.

Admission Requirements 

The principal requirement for entering a Bachelor degree programme or a full Master’s degree programme is the completion of a full secondary general education or vocational education with a “maturita” school-leaving examination. Admission to a follow-up Master’s degree programme depends on the completion of the relevant Bachelor degree programme or its equivalent. Admission to Doctoral studies depends on the successful completion of a Master’s degree programme.

Students may apply for several study programmes at various institutions and faculties. The deadline for submitting applications is normally the end of February or March. Most higher education institutions offer the option of filing an application in electronic form. The  date, content and form (oral or written examination, aptitude test) of the entrance process are decided upon by the dean of the faculty or the rector of the higher education institution.

Entrance examinations are normally held between June and September. Examinations at higher education institutions for the arts take place earlier, in January, and the deadline for filing applications is normally the end of November. Student administration departments at various faculties can provide information on applications, admission requirements and studies.

Tuition Fees

By law, higher education at public and state institutions is free of charge for citizens of all nationalities, with the following exceptions:

• fees for administration of admission proceedings;
• fees for extending the duration of study beyond a set limit;
• fees for the study of an additional programme;
• fees for study in a foreign language.

Private institutions of higher education can fix their own fees. The tuition fees differ from 2,000 – 15,00


Documents Needed for Processing Student Visa to Czech Republic

Each Student requiring a visa will be required to submit the documents below:

1. Completed visa application form –

2. Original Passport – valid passport with a minimum validity of 18 months

3. Academic Certificate Copies – Attested by Embassy or authorized person.

4. Experience or Reference letters – from current and previous employer or institution.

5. Statement of Purpose with Covering Letter

6. Three photographs (size 3.5 * 4.5 cm) white background with 80% of face in the photograph up to shoulder.

7. Police Clearance Certificate from your country of Nationality and from any country you have resided for more than 6 months. Apostle and Translate into Czech language.

8. Unconditional Offer letter in Czech language from the College

9. Accommodation letter in Czech language

10. Medical Health Insurance

11. Proof of maintenance and living expenses (approximately 6,000 Euros per annum). 6 months bank statement and a copy of debit or credit card. Apostle and translate to Czech.

12. Visa fees


Czech College 

Czech College located in Prague in Czech Republic is a private management school focused on teaching Business in English.

We recommend  Czech College, if you are  thinking of studying in Czech Republic. They  have a number of programmes covering business and language studies. Find more details at their  course page .

Spot Admission 13th May 2014

Study in UK. There is a Spot Admission to take place at Student Visa Expert, Kochi on 13th May 2014.  Amol Varpe,  International officer,  Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College will be present at the venue.

Call Student Visa Expert for more details. 0484  410 0055