How Can AGSD Help You

Find Right Program & University

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Building a Strong Profile

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Document Preparation

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Application Assistance

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Unique Features of the Program

SWOT Analysis

One to one counseling & SWOT analysis for unique profile building

Communication Skills

Regular communication skills and PD workshops

Scholarship Assistance

Scholarship profile building and documentation as per the need of specific universities.

Classroom Lectures

Simplified yet comprehensive classroom lectures

Regular Interaction

Brainstorming sessions to understand student’s interests and help him to set long term goals.

Voice of Alumni

Expert and unbiased advice from students studying in preferred International Universities.

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Frequently Asked Questions

You need to look beyond ‘only academic’ excellence while considering admission abroad. It’s advisable to start as early as 9th or 10th grade so that you get sufficient time to build an overall strong profile.
Preparation for standardized tests and profile building can be started as early as possible, yet one should plan to appear for test only in 11th or 12th (as per one’s level of preparation). Though, one can apply to university for undergraduate program only in the beginning of 12th class.
Definitely, you can avail partial or full scholarship depending on your academic credentials and performance. The desired country for admission also plays an important role in getting the scholarship. For more details, contact us.
No, any student seeking admission in foreign universities can apply for the courses provided by ALLEN Global Studies Division.
You can choose any entrance examination among SAT, ACT, TOEFL, and IELTS. The examination will be subjected to the university you are willing to get admission to. You have to target the universities and accordingly decide the desirable entrance test for it. As mentioned earlier, each examination has different validity period of its scores.
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What Students Say

Students Experience With AGSD

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ALLEN Student Stuti Khandwala's
Journey to MIT, USA