If you are planning to study abroad and once you have secured admission to your dream university, the next step is to make your student visa application. The process of making a student visa application can sometimes be disconcerting. During this process, students end up being more nervous and have numerous questions related to study abroad and student visa interviews. However, Edwise is India's Leading Overseas Education Consultants who help the student to find answers and also provide tips on student visa interview.
· Compile Your Application
Students who want to pursue their studies in Canada can submit their applications online, or they can also visit a Canada Consulate in their home country. Students who wish to study in the USA, are required to pay a visit to the nearest American Embassy in their home country. They have to submit their application to the American Embassy for the F-1 Student Visa category.
· Requirement/ Documentation
In this process, students are required to submit all the listed documents during the visa interview. This is the critical step of the visa interview. Rather than a Visa application, students also have to submit the acceptance letter that they receive from the university, Financial support documents, I-20 form, study permit depending if the student making an application for the USA or Canada.
· Conveying skill/ Communication skills
During the interview, apart from the submitted documents, students' communication skills, as well as their body language, are also being judged. Make sure to stay positive and not let your nerve get the better of you. As the consular officers have a pile of applications they are under time pressure to conduct interviews. They make a decision on the impression they form within the first few minutes of the interview. So basically, what you say in the first few minutes and the impressions you create can lead you to a successful interview.
· Stay Focused
Make sure to be attentive and listen carefully to what the interviewer is asking and then answer accordingly. Before answering, take your time in gathering yourself before answering and stick to the point when answering. Particularly, the interviewer asks questions related to the areas of why this course, why this university, why this country, what is your future goals, your family ties and much more. Thus, be prepared beforehand, it will be advantageous.
· Return Plans
Students need to make the interviewer understand that upon completion of their course, they have a plan to return to their home country. To make a strong point, students can talk more about their family ties, property, finance, professional exposure, etc. Make sure to make a strong and good case for your return upon completion of your stated course.
· Why make your student visa application with Edwise
Getting a student visa to study abroad is not an easy task and also takes time, but with the assistance of Edwise counselors, it can be done in a simple procedure. We, at Edwise, helps a student with the entire student visa process including filling the applications, compiling financial documents and also guide and training them for their mock interviews, and much more. We are being updated about the visa regulations and documentation by the consulates. 99% of our students can get a student visa. For all Edwise students, visa guidance is free in all countries.
For further assistance or queries related to Study in Australia, Study in Ireland, Study inthe UK, Study in the USA, etc you can contact us, Edwise International, and avail of our wide range of services for students on destinations.