Course & University Selection

When a student comes to us with a dream of studying abroad, our team of personalized counselors ensure they completely 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 team on the basis of the following parameters and only then do we suggest the appropriate university that is best for their career.
  • Admission Requirements
  • Offering Courses
  • Ranking
  • Tuition Fee
  • Possibility of assistantship
  • Rate of acceptance
  • Weather
  • Safety
The EduBrix team stays constantly updated with the new courses on offer in prime universities around the world. The team has information on the latest education opportunities and job prospects around the world enabling us to give you the best possible suggestions. It is important to find a course that will enable you to make the most of your talent, academic parameters and financial profile.
There are a number of popular courses around the world that have grabbed the attention of students. A few of them are:
  • Science
  • Technology
  • Engineering
  • Math
  • Management
  • Hospitality
  • Sports and Arts
  • Medicine (Incld. Nursing & Pharmacy)

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Admission Guidance

The first imprint any university or education institution has about you is through your application. This imprint will carry a lot of weight when you are being considered for admission. It is for this reason that the application needs to be drafted with great care and should have all the necessary documents carefully presented with it. Our counsellors are always on hand to make sure that your documentation and application are exactly as they are supposed to be.
Each student is important to us and we give all our students equal time and attention. We ensure that the process of admission is as hassle free for the student as possible. We ensure that his or her application highlights his or her qualities and strengths that will increase his or her chances to get admit in a foreign university. Also, we ensure a thorough and error-free application for the student.
Three main components of any application documents are
  • SOP- Statement of Purpose
  • LOR- Letters of Recommendations
  • Curriculum Vitae /Resume

SOP- Statement of Purpose

Universities abroad require the aspirant to submit his/her application with a statement that articulates his/her career path and goals. This helps them in ensuring the right candidate for the courses offered by them. A Statement of Purpose (SOP), also known as a research statement, letter of intent or Essay, is written to the admission panel and talks about one’s career path, interest, professional contributions, goals and the driving force behind pursuing a particular program. This is usually submitted in the form of an essay; however, certain universities may also keep it question-based. It is the most integral part of your application that decides student’s admission in the preferred institution.

Purpose of a SOP

The SOP is the decision-maker of the application. It helps the admission committee assess student’s take on life, career goals, beliefs, subject knowledge, and vision. In short, a well-written SOP paints aspirants overall personality for the universities. It is an opportunity to pitch the student’s purpose to the committee and reasons why they should choose a particular student over other applicants. A good SOP works great for weak academic profiles wherein you can compensate by highlighting your future goals and ambitions. A well-written SOP also reflects how well one can express thoughts using great writing skills.

Components of a good SOP

There are several elements that are crucial to your SOP. These include:
  • Personal background
  • Financial background
  • Immediate and long term goals
  • Academic details
  • Professional experience (full/part-time/voluntary)
  • Reasons why you wish to study at a particular institution
  • Reasons for being interested in the chosen field
  • Published works, if any
  • Extra-curricular activities
  • Papers submitted, if any
  • Interest, hobbies

How does EduBrix help students write a great SOP?

Here are the three major steps that are taken care while writing your SOP

Plan it well

Our SOP writer’s team share pointers with candidate to seek information to form an outline for SOP and work accordingly. An online interview is conducted where the writers solicit information about relevant achievements and expertise, your reason behind choosing the course and the university and sharing an anecdote that developed interest in that particular subject is a good way to build introduction.

Work on the draft

Based on the information sought from the students, learnings and knowledge acquired during education and industry experience a draft SOP is crafted. We make sure that use of technical terms is limited and SOP is written in active voice. If there is a gap year or an academic issue the same is addressed in an optimistic manner.

Review before you send

We re-analysing will help correct the flow, vocabulary, sentence construction errors, long sentences and other grammar issues using latest writing tools like Grammarly and plagiarism-checker so that ever SOP is unique to that particular candidate.

LOR- Letters of Recommendations

How important are recommendation letters in a college application? According to William Fitzsimmons, dean of admissions and financial aid at Harvard, they are “extremely important.”
Colleges often ask for two or three recommendation letters from people who know you well. These letters should be written by someone who can describe your skills, accomplishments and personality.

Purpose of a LOR

Colleges value recommendations because they:
Reveal things about you that grades and test scores can’t
Provide personal opinions of your character
Show who is willing to speak on your behalf
The LOR is a document that provides the admission officers with a comprehensive insight into your suitable candidature, for admission into the concerned University. The full form of LOR is a Letter of Recommendation. This letter aims at enabling the Admission officers to gain a clearer and favorable picture of your experience, achievements, contributions, and skills communicated by the recommender through the recommendation letter
Letter of Recommendations broadly can be classified into two broad categories based on the Nature of the Recommender:
Academic LOR
Professional LOR

Components of a good LOR

Introduction: provide context of who you are and your relationship to your student
Body text: Place their academic strengths in context
Body text: discuss the student as an all-round individual
Conclusion: a clear & positive endorsement

How does EduBrix help students write a great LOR?

Here are the three major steps that are taken care while writing your LOR

Plan it well

Our LOR writer’s team share pointers with candidate to seek information to form an outline for LOR and work accordingly. An online interview is conducted where the writers solicit information about specific examples and stories that key for backing up the assessment made by the professor.

Work on the draft

Based on the information sought from the students, his/her personal strengths, along with their academic strengths a draft LOR is crafted. LOR present the holistic view that admission officers are looking for, along with their strong vote of confidence in the students’ future success.

Review before you send

We re-analysing will help correct the flow, vocabulary, sentence construction errors, long sentences and other grammar issues using latest writing tools like Grammarly and plagiarism-checker so that ever LOR is unique to that particular candidate.

Curriculum Vitae/Resume

A curriculum vita (CV) is an all-encompassing tool used to showcase academic, research and professional accomplishments. This document may resemble a resume, but is more comprehensive and typically used when applying for positions within academic institutions or areas where field specific knowledge and expertise is required.
The terms curriculum and vitae are derived from Latin and mean “courses of my life”. In industry, the term CV and resume may be used interchangeably.

Purpose of a Curriculum Vitae/Resume

No one can ever underestimate that how important it is to have a good resume. First impressions matter. A well formatted and beautifully designed resume changes how admission officers perceive you, dramatically increasing your admission opportunities. This is the only chance to capture a admission officer’s attention.
It is said that the average admission officer only spends 6–7 seconds looking at a resume, so it is important to make it makes an impression. In the age of competitive market, you need to have a professional resume that contains the right information, so that it will stand out among the countless other resume so that the potential admission officer will have a look of it, and will give you a chance of getting their attention. But always remember, you don’t have too much time. It’s a matter of few seconds that the potential admission officeris going to be taking to glance at your resume, so it’s very important to make sure that all the working experiences and your degrees are represented properly in your resume.
Curriculum Vitae/Resume broadly can be classified into three broad categories based on the order of the elements
Chronological
Functional
Combination

Components of a good Curriculum Vitae/Resume

Contact information. Include your full name, address, phone number and email address.
Academic history. List all schooling from high school through postdoctoral (if applicable). Include the title of the degree you earned, the year you graduated and the name of the school.
Professional experience. Include the organization where you worked, the job title, the dates you were employed and a summary of your experience and achievements.
Qualifications and skills. List a combination of hard and soft skills you’ve developed throughout your career.
Awards and honors. For each award, add the name, year received, the organization that gave you the award and any pertinent details (such as how often it’s presented).
Publications and presentations. For publications, provide a full citation including your co-authors, date, summary, volume, page, DOI number. For presentations, provide the title, date and venue where you presented.
Professional associations. List the organization’s name, location or chapter and the dates of active membership.
Grants and scholarships. Provide the name of the grant or scholarship, date awarded and the institution that provided the award.
Licenses and certifications. Include the name of the license or certificate, the date you earned it and the institution that awarded it.

How does EduBrix help students write a great Curriculum Vitae/Resume?

Here are the three major steps that are taken care while writing your CV

Plan it well

Our CV writer’s team share pointers with candidate to seek information to form an outline for CV and work accordingly. An online interview is conducted where the writers solicit information about specific examples and stories that can be used to draft cover letter that are backing up the CV.

Work on the draft

Based on the information sought from the students, his/her experience and accomplishments, career history, education, relevant awards and honors, scholarships, grants, research, projects and publications a draft CV is crafted.

Review before you send

We re-analysing will help correct the flow, vocabulary, sentence construction errors, long sentences and other grammar issues using latest writing tools like Grammarly and plagiarism-checker so that ever CV is unique to that particular candidate.