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Profile Enhancement – PhD

PhD applications require the applicant to be completely on top of the subject and present relevant research experience and recommendations. Because these applications involve a lot of research work by our experts, it is highly recommended that the applicant starts early, as early as in the year 2 of his or her Master’s programme or a year before he or she has to send the PhD applications.

The following services will be provided to students under this service including but not restricted to as well as not every point below may be relevant to the candidate:

the education system and admissions process of country interested in

Profile Enhancement

Different modules on:

  • Internships and how to make most of it
  • Enhancing academic profile
  • Class and university projects
  • How publications help and how to work on them (MS clients)
  • Social skills and soft skills enhancement
  • Community service and extracurricular activities

Career Enhancement - Diploma and degree courses recognized and what options client has

How to take standardized tests (GMAT, TOEFL/ IELTS/PTE)- Strategy, advice on test taking and registering tips

Networking - Prospective recommenders, professors (to avail TA/RA and scholarships) and potential companies

Importance of early applications

Application component -SOP, essay, resume building, financial documents, GPA conversion, WES and other external evaluation details

How to get a successful visa - Visa process and components

Specialization -which field to choose for your Bachelors

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