AdmitKard is a platform that enables students to study in their dream universities abroad. The team takes care of admissions, test preparations, loans, visas, and accommodations. According to their website, they have mentors who are studying abroad to guide those who are willing to study abroad. The mentors claim to provide you with university recommendations, course guidance and doubt clearing sessions and help with scholarships.
The platform covers 50,000+ courses across 700+ universities. It says the team helps you apply effortlessly to any university with one form though that didn’t happen in my case.
AdmitKard provides all services related to studying abroad. They claim to guide students throughout the admission process though the guidance can be confusing since the team isn’t aware of the latest rules and norms of foreign universities.
Here is a glimpse of what AdmitKard offers:
⇒ Website: www.admitkard.com
⇒ Based in: India
⇒ Pricing: The prices are not mentioned on their website. You have to share what you need to know what it is going to cost you. The prices differ on the basis of the university and the course you pick.
⇒ Establish: 2017
⇒ Size: The website claims that there are 1043 mentors working with AdmitKard.
⇒ Serving Country: USA, UK, Australia, Canada, Singapore, and New Zealand
AdmitKard is a good but not the best study abroad platform that I have come across. They still need to stay abreast of the changes in foreign universities and study visas or immigration rules. They try to help, but it won’t matter if they don’t provide the right or updated information. Planning to study abroad is already a big step. Misleading or confusing information can delay the entire admission process, which happened in my case.
Not all that glitters is gold. It is the same case with AdmitKard. The website looks appealing, and they boast of providing the best guidance for studying abroad. But, I didn’t get the "best guidance." They gave me pretty basic information that I already knew. The mentor guided me with my application form though I knew nothing of the mentor's qualifications or experience.
I wanted to pursue my Ph.D. in Biotechnology from a top US university. They shortlisted the best universities for me but didn’t provide me with scholarship details though I had mentioned my budget issues. I came to know later on that scholarships were available at that university.
They provide visa support for the US and Australia only. So, that might be a problem if students are looking for visa support for Canada or any other country. The visa support team needs to be more updated with the new immigration and study visa rules. The rules have changed and are still changing. The visa application process can take forever if their mentors do not update themselves with the changes. It was only after their visa support that I came to know from my seniors about the paperwork I needed to immigrate, which they didn’t let me know.
They haven’t mentioned anything about the pre-departure support on their website. The mentors shortlisted some accommodation options based on my preferences, but honestly, that wasn’t enough. I wanted to be fully prepared before flying down to a foreign country for higher studies. AdmitKard doesn’t really prepare you completely for abroad studies. You need to do your homework regarding the recent laws, regulations, and job opportunities in your preferred study destination.
AdmitKard needs to work on its expertise. They claim to be experts in helping students study abroad though they are not familiar with the updated study rules or university admission criteria. They have good response timing, and the staff is professional enough to listen to your preferences.
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