It is the time of the year when admission offer letters have started pouring in for all those students who have applied to foreign universities for their higher studies. Generally the letter would state whether they are accepted (conditionally/unconditionally) , rejected or deferred. What is a ‘Conditional Offer Letter’?
We took stock of all the important sessions we had at Continental Leap in 2019 and we realized that of the many aspects of our services, selecting a field of study for a student is an area where most of the students and their parents flounder.
Read an incident, which we have generalized from the many that occurred at Continental Leap, and our analysis.
If foreign education is on your mind, then the best time to start planning is as soon as the child begins her/his high school. Even if you are not sure but have a slight inclination towards it, it’s advisable to start early so that you have all the options open.
After twelve years of schooling, when it is time to apply for university/college, there are many students who are unsure of their interests and aptitude. Some are simply overwhelmed by the rigor of high school and want to take a break. For such students ‘GAP year’ seems very exciting. However exciting and fun it may seem, it is essential to have certain set of expectations from your gap year so that it can be utilized in a constructive way.