Admission and Visa Process

Learn about the Admission and Visa Process

Choose your path

Foundation Undergraduate Post Graduate

Foundation courses prepare international students academically for progression onto a degree programme. It is a pathway to university degree.

 

An undergraduate degree is a type of academic degree that is typically pursued after completing high school (secondary education). Undergraduate degrees are typically the first level of higher education and include programs such as associate's degrees and bachelor's degrees.

 

A postgraduate degree is an academic degree that is pursued after completing an undergraduate degree. These degrees are typically more advanced and specialized than undergraduate degrees, and may include programs such as master's degrees, doctoral degrees, and professional degrees.

 

Admission and Visa Process

What’s next?

An appointment with a PUC counselor can help you explore your educational options and make an informed decision about your future. Our counselors have experience guiding students and are available to support you in choosing a path, whether you are just starting to think about your options or have a specific program in mind but want more information. A counseling appointment can provide valuable guidance and direction.

 

Once you have made a decision on which university and course you would like to pursue, our counselor will request that you submit a set of documents in order to complete the application process for admission to the chosen institution. These documents will likely include transcripts, test scores, and any other relevant materials required by the university for review. It is important to ensure that you provide all necessary documents in a timely manner to ensure a smooth and successful application process.

 

If you meet the requirements for admission to the university, you will receive an offer letter. During the decision-making process, we will keep in regular communication with you to ensure that you are informed about the status of your application.

 

Upon receiving an offer letter from the university, you will need to make a decision about whether to accept or decline the offer. If you choose to accept, it is important to complete any necessary enrollment procedures in order to secure your place at the university. Our team of experts will handle the process of communicating your acceptance to the school and will assist you in fulfilling any other conditions of acceptance, such as making the necessary tuition deposit. We will make sure that all necessary steps are taken in a timely and secure manner.

 

Our counselors are knowledgeable and experienced in the visa process and are here to provide you with expert guidance and advice. We will help you prepare your visa application file and review your documents to ensure that they are complete and in order before they are submitted. It is important to note that incomplete or inaccurate documents can cause delays in the visa process and, in some cases, lead to a rejection of the visa application. Our counselors will work with you to ensure that you have all the necessary documents and information to make the process as smooth and successful as possible

 

Congratulations on taking the first steps towards living abroad! Now that your visa application has been filed, you will need to start planning for your move and getting settled in your new location. This may include booking accommodation and making arrangements for other aspects of your daily life. PUC is here to support you through this process and will offer pre-departure briefings for students to help you prepare for your move. Our team is dedicated to helping you have a smooth and successful transition to living abroad.

 

Admission Requirements

Admission and Visa Process requirements can differ from one country to another. However, there are some general requirements that are commonly applied in many countries.

 

Undergraduate Requirements

  • O’ Level (WAEC or NECO) at least C6
  • School Leaving testimonial from Principal
  • Secondary School Report Sheet – (SS1 – SS3)
  • Personal Statement
  • Scratch Card
  • Reference Letter from Principal or Class Teacher
  • International Passport
  • IELTS result (optional)
  • Postgraduate Requirements (Pre-Masters, Post-Graduate Diploma & Masters)

    • Undergraduate Certificate
    • Undergraduate Transcript
    • Personal Statement
    • CV
    • Two Reference Letters (1 Academic, 1 Professional)
    • IELTS Result (optional)
    • International Passport

    Why do students get refused a study visa?

    Generally, we must let you know that anyone can be refused a study visa, no matter their status or that of their sponsor. Embassies do not deny visas arbitrarily, but only if the applicant has not met the necessary requirements. There are various reasons why a student’s visa application may be denied including:
    • Submitting suspicious or questionable financial documents to prove the sponsor's financial capability
    • Filling out visa application forms improperly or incompletely
    • Not receiving proper visa counseling before the visa appointment/interview
    • Not having the necessary information to answer questions on the visa application form
    • Being dishonest or presenting fake documents as credentials
    • Having inconsistencies in information provided on previous visa applications
    • Failing to provide complete documentation when applying for a visa
    • Having insufficient funds in the student's or sponsor's bank account
    • Lacking required ties to the home country
    • Having a history of violating immigration laws or being banned from certain countries
    • Ignorance on the part of the students