Student Profile Analysis
Applying for overseas education involves a lot more than just filling out an application form. A student would not want to land up in a country or with a course not suited to his/her needs. At EduBrix, you are invited for a 360 degrees course cum country planning session with our qualified counselors who shall match your career aspirations and academic interest with the best-suited university.
Before we actually suggest you a university and a course, our highly trained counselors toothcomb your qualifications and ambitions and match them with the best possible options available. We empathize that this decision shall shape your career and thus don’t ignore any facet at all.
Student profile is judged not just on academic basis, but also other aspects like community service, extra-curricular activities, business and enterprise experience, voluntary and social endeavours, publications, and presentationand skill development activities. If any aspect is found missing or any aspect is found lope sided, our highly trained counsellors advices the students to create a profile helping them secure a place on the right university course
For career changers, this is the best chance to re-write the profile. Advice on latest preferred formats and the components to be included or tweaked is provided such that successes and strengths when they don’t yet have a work history is presented in a way to best reflect strengths and new career aspirations.
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When it comes to taking ownership for developing your career, learning from others is vitally important. That’s why mentoring and career conversations have such an important role to play.Which country to study in? Which course will result in better career?Which university is recognized and has high placement records? These questions and concerns can be daunting at times and we at EduBrix totally understand this.
Career Counselling is a process that focuses on helping one understand one’s own self, as well as work trends, so that one can take an informed decision about career and education. Career Counselling helps manage a diverse range of problems such as low concentration levels to poor time management, trust issues with family to non-agreement between parents and children on which career to choose.All of us require career guidance at some point in our life. It helps us get insights about ourselves, our career and what we can do to improve it.
Students these days are flooded with a plethora of career options to choose from. Generally, at a young age, students find it difficult to understand what career choice, what course, which country would be best for them. Studying abroad is a huge decision both in terms of the money and emotions involved. It therefore is imperative for students to ensure they think thoroughly before they take a decision.
The perfect time for students to seek career counselling is during the ages 13-17 years (8th standard to 12th standard). This is a time of many changes taking place in their life, both physical and emotional, such as transitioning from school to college, and trying to “fit in” with peers. It is also a time when career decisions are made. This is why they need someone to guide them in the right direction at this time. Our trained and experienced team of counsellors helps students to identify their goals and ensure that the student chooses a course that perfectly matches their goals.
When a student comes to us with a dream of studying abroad, our team of personalized counsellors ensure they extensively understand the goals and aspirations of the student and accordingly suggest a college and course. There are hundreds of universities across the globe which is carefully screened by our teamon the basis of the following parameters and only then do we suggest the appropriate university that is best for their career.
Admission Requirements (GPA, IELTS, TOEFL, GRE, GMAT Scores)
Student Profile (Extracurricular Activities, Projects Completed, Research Paper Presented, Community Service)
Possibility of assistantship
Rate of acceptance
Safety of Students