COVID-19 induced restrictions have changed everything. An uncertainty is prevailing for everything, including for the future of the students.
But the discovery of the Covid-19 vaccine and the announcement of its distribution among the population have brought something that can give hope to students planning to study abroad.
But everything depends on the containment of the widely spread virus. If the vaccines get any success in containing the virus and its impact on the population, the students will get a chance to choose and take admission in their dream colleges. But for that, students need to initiate action under proper guidance. Here we have enlisted some of the platforms that can do so.
Created by a highly experienced team at IEC Abroad, the digital-driven AI platform, Edvoy, empowers students everywhere in the world. It offers information as well as pieces of advice to its visitors for their future. More than 100 highly qualified education consultants at IEC have placed over 20,000 students in different parts of the world. It was established in 2017.
Study Group offers guidance to students for degree courses at premier Universities and Institutions in the world. It also offers English language courses to its members. The company runs colleges. More than 40 universities across the UK, Europe, North America, and Australia are in close contact with this company. It fosters students from multiple academic backgrounds.
Buddy4study offers detailed information about scholarships and competitions to the students. This scholarship network simplifies the accessibility and disbursement process of scholarships for students. So far, this scholarship network has held over 45, 000 students to avail the benefits of scholarships worth more than Rs. 50 crores.
Leverage Edu offers guidance to students for the selection of the best-fitted courses and career destinations. Enabled by AI, this marketplace brings together 2000+ mentors from around the world. It was established in 2017 and has become one of the fastest-growing ed-tech companies.