Educational Consultancy

Recruiting students for Australia and New Zealand

Interested in studying down under? You are in the right place!

With thousands of courses offered, and we have the number one guide to help you from the beginning to the end. Our Australia and New Zealand school search can help you find the right school while our resource pages will assist in work and living options for both countries. We even have information on what to expect after graduation.


Australia promotes innovation, creativity, and independent thinking throughout its universities. International students who study and live in Australia soon find that their education is challenging, fun, and rewarding.

As an international student in Australia, you can expect to live, grow, and learn in a young, friendly country full of opportunities. For those who successfully complete their degree, they can expect to be highly desired in the international job market.


One of the benefits of being an international student in Australia is the ability to work part-time while completing your degree. Australia, unlike other countries, gives those with a student visa automatic permission to work. International students must find a job on their own, but once hired they can gain hands-on experience in fields such as retail, administration and hospitality.

Not only is this a unique opportunity for students to gain real work-experience in Australia, but it also helps students cover their living and college expenses and improve their professional English fluency.

If you are interested in working in Australia, we can help provide you with information on visa requirements, working permissions, landing a job, and more.

Monash University, Australia University of Queensland (UQ), Australia Charles Darwin University, Australia Charles Sturt University, Australia Curtin University, Australia Queensland University of Technology James Cook University, Brisbane (JCUB) University of technology, Sydney University of New England Macquarie University Sarina Russo Institute IES Foundation Year


Although not the same population size as Australia, there are a number of reasons you should consider New Zealand for your study abroad. Locals or “Kiwis” (as they are nicknamed after the Kiwi bird that is only found there) are one of the friendliest people in the world.

There are eight main tertiary schools across the country, all governed by the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF). These institutions vary based on programs offered, tuition costs, and their location within the country. One thing that does not vary is the quality of education received from a university in New Zealand.

As you will find, they are among some of the best in the world and you can be assured to learn everything you need to succeed, no matter what area of schooling you decide to pursue. Similar to Australia, graduates of New Zealander tertiary institutions can also expect to be highly desired in the international job market.


While some may tell you to avoid working while studying abroad as it  “takes away from the experience” or "takes up too much time that could be spent seeing the country", the good news is that most jobs will work with you so that you can pursue your studies and still have some free time to enjoy the cultural sites. Further, because New Zealand only allows you to work 20 hours a week on a student visa, you don’t have to worry about this aspect taking over your entire life. You can still have the full experience of being in another country while getting some money and experience on the side.

Otago Polytechnic Wintec University New Zealand International Commercial Pilot Academy Auckland University of Technology (AUT) WelTec Victoria University of Wellington  Lincoln University


St. George University, USA


Humber College University Canada West


University of Nicosia, Cyprus Wittenborg University, Netherlands Humboldt-Institut, Germany


  • Student Placing: Placing clients within appropriate universities and courses
  • Admission and Visa processing
  • Assist parents/students and organisations with educational planning
  • Organise education event to showcasing institutions adequate facilities and enhance the confidence of prospective students and parents/guardians.
  • Visit schools and venues to meet prospective clients, present the foreign universities and privode accurate advice regarding overseas admission process
  • Financial/budgeting/school fee advice
  • Accommodation referral, ticketing options, Airport pickup, settling in Australia and pre-departure counselling.
  • · Assist with English exam registration
  • · Follow up on student’s welfare at the destination


Undergraduate and Postgraduate Applicants: N80,000 documentation fee for admission process for three universities

PhD Applicants: N60,000 documentation fee for admission process

If an admission offer is granted and the applicant does not accept the offer or decides to defer for more than a year, we reserve the right to charge an N40,000 reapplication fee.

Visa Applications: $500 USD (August 2020)

Subject to review if the Department of Home Affairs changes the fees. Kindly note that our agency will refer you to an immigration consultant for the visa application process for dependents.