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IDP services launched in Pakistan

Students in Pakistan can now access the services of professional and expert student counsellors from IDP Education with new offices opened in the country. Students interested studying abroad can get advice on everything from visas to funding.

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If you’re an aspiring student in Pakistan and are looking to study abroad we have some excellent news for you. IDP has officially launched its services in the country with offices open in three key locations. IDP now has a presence in Lahore, Islamabad and Karachi, added to its 125 existing offices worldwide, where you’ll be able to chat to highly-qualified counsellors and get all the critical information you’ll need to pursue your studies abroad. The new endeavour is indicative of IDP Education’s commitment to developing a long-lasting relationship with the higher education sector in Pakistan, as well as supporting students with their academic ambitions. 


Using education counsellors

Planning to study overseas does take a significant amount of planning and it’s always made easier if you have the right assistance. This is where education counsellors come into the equation and can make a real difference in energising your search. This is especially true when the counsellors are highly knowledgeable and experienced. You can get the right advice on choosing a course or programme, how to apply to a university,visa requirements and post-study support. You can get a more in depth look at some of the possible reasons to use an education counsellor with our exploration of the topic



Undertaking the process of using an education counsellor is not as difficult as you may imagine. You can fill out an online for with some basic information about who you are and what you’re looking for. This would include where you’re based, what you’re looking to study and where, as well as your desired qualification level. Once you submit the form you’ll receive confirmation of your enquiry and a counsellor will get in touch with you. In addition, you’ll also be able to go in for a face-to-face consultation with a counsellor. This may include one-to-one meetings and information sessions on destinations, language requirements and finance advice. 


Your questions 

Naturally you’re likely to have many questions about studying abroad, for example what you’d like to study, whether you’re eligible to study a certain programme, how much it will cost, how long it will take, what the career prospects are like, what to expect overseas and if you’ll qualify for funding. A systematic approach to answering such questions and addressing these concerns is best, often helped by the presence of a counsellor who can guide you. 


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