Programs of Study:
We help students to get admission in the following programs in United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Poland, Holland, China & Malaysia:
List of universities/colleges Education Concern® represents in Pakistan and have formal contracts
Introduction of Countries we deal:
Study in UK
'UK life is an incredible mix of international cultures and contemporary thinking, held together by a strong sense of identity and tradition. Study in the UK and you’ll find an array of exciting experiences to discover - music, celebrations, accents, people to meet, places to visit – the list is endless. As the UK is such a cosmopolitan society you’ll find that many UK customs are already familiar to you – so you’ll settle in faster than you think.'
The food you can buy in the UK reflects the many ethnic influences in British society. Most supermarkets sell ingredients from Asia, Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America, as well as food from many other parts of the world. The British are increasingly healthy eaters and there is a very wide range of organic produce available in shops and supermarkets.
Of course, you’ll still find the famous English breakfast and fish and chips, but you’ll also see a very diverse range of meals and menus while you’re studying in the UK. Families in the UK often eat a traditional ‘Sunday roast’ on Sundays, but those same families are also likely to enjoy anything from Italian pizza to Singapore Noodles. When you become an international student in the UK, cooking and sharing a traditional meal from your home country is a great way to make new friends.
Music is a big part of UK culture. Whether you just listen or take part, you’ll find pop, rock, electro, hip-hop, classical, folk, jazz, opera and all sorts of world music. From small clubs, independent cafes and bars to international scale concert halls, rock festivals or gigs, you can listen and dance to live music all over the UK. Many big-name and independent artists and bands play at UK university or college venues too.
Apart from a wealth of clubs and societies on campus or in local communities, you can visit traditional museums, contemporary art spaces and galleries in most UK cities. Sculpture, painting, video and photography are widely available to see in the UK. The UK also has a vibrant theatre and performing arts heritage, maintaining both traditional plays and musicals, and encouraging new and alternative productions.
There are cinemas in almost every UK town and city, showing feature films from all over the world. There are also many film festivals in Britain, focusing on themes in film, specific directors or animation.
Top Ranked UK Based Universities at our panel (Guardian Ranking 2012)
|1||Architecture||University of Dundee||18th|
|2||Art & design||Kingston University||10th|
|4||Building & town & country planning||University of Dundee||10th|
|5||Business & management studies||University of Glasgow||12th|
|7||Classics||University of Glasgow||5th|
|8||Computer Sciences & IT||University of Stirling||10th|
|9||Dentistry||University of Glasgow||2nd|
|10||Drama & dance||University of Glasgow||12th|
|11||Earth & marine sciences||University of Glasgow||22nd|
|14||Chemical Engineering||Heriot-Watt University||11th|
|15||Civil Engineering & General Eng.||Swansea University||23rd|
|16||Electronic & Electrical Engineering||University of Glasgow||11th|
|17||Materials & Mineral Engineering||Swansea University||5th|
|18||Mechanical Engineering||Heriot-Watt University||13th|
|19||English||University of Dundee||12th|
|20||Geography & Environmental Studies||University of Glasgow||7th|
|21||History & History of Art||University of Glasgow||15th|
|22||Law||University of Glasgow||14th|
|23||Mathematics||University of Stirling||9th|
|24||Media & Communication Studies||University of Stirling||15th|
|25||Medicine||University of Dundee||4th|
|26||Modern Languages & Linguistics||Heriot-Watt University||16th|
|27||Music||Birmingham City Uni.||24th|
|28||Nursing & Pharmaceutical Studies||University of Glasgow||2nd|
|29||Pharmacy & Pharmacology||University of Dundee||4th|
|30||Philosophy||University of Dundee||12th|
|31||Physics||University of Glasgow||25th|
|32||Politics||University of Glasgow||20th|
|33||Psychology||University of Glasgow||4th|
|34||Religious studies & theology||University of Glasgow||6th|
|35||Social policy & administration||University of Glasgow||7th|
|36||Social Work||Middlesex University||5th|
|37||Sociology||University of Glasgow||8th|
|38||Sports science||Heriot-Watt University||10th|
|39||Tourism, transport & travel||Ulster University||2nd|
|40||Veterinary science||University of Glasgow||4th|
Study in USA
The United States has the largest and most versatile system of higher education in the world. Any student willing and able to study will find a suitable place at one of the more than 3000 American colleges and universities – the key is finding the right institution.
The U.S. provides some of world's finest higher education, especially in the field of technology. U.S. degrees are recognized all over the world and are considered to be one of the best in the world.
The U.S. is the right choice for research professionals. There are many opportunities to do research in any field. The funding for most of the research projects are sponsored by the U.S. Government or by corporations. Also, many companies provide projects for the students in the neighboring universities to gain practical experience during their studies. Most of the research students receive waivers for their tuition fees and in some cases they are also provided with a stipend to help with their living expenses.
Students are allowed to work in their respective fields outside the campus for approximately three months as Interns during summer vacation. There are Intern programs during the academic year as well. Internships are a valuable part of education, as they help students gain practical experience while taking classes. Most universities offer academic credit for internship experience.
Study in Canada
Canadians place great importance on learning, and have developed one of the world’s finest education system with high standards. The country spends more on education (as a percentage of GDP) as compared to the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) average, and is the second highest among G-8 countries.
Canada is currently ranked 4th on the United Nations Human Development Index, an annual survey that uses a number of factors (life expectancy, literacy, education, standard of living, and GDP per capita) to determine quality of life. It also includes abundance of fresh water, comfortable population density, low incidence of violent crime and a health care system that is a model for the world. Canada also has the highest ranking cities in North America for living according to the Mercer Human Resource Consulting Worldwide Quality of Living Survey 2007. This ranking is based on two important criteria of safety and stability. Five Canadian cities ranked within the Top 25 cities in North America include Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Calgary.
All public and private recognized and authorized post-secondary institutions in Canada have been given the authority to grant academic credentials by their provincial or territorial governments, through charters or legislation that ensures or enables mechanisms for institutional and program quality. At the provincial and national levels, Canadian professional-regulatory bodies (for example, in the fields of nursing, architecture, and engineering) participate in the establishment and review of postsecondary curriculum standards. Accreditation reviews are conducted through analysis of reports and on-site visits. There are a number of organizations in Canada that promote quality and the use of high academic standards in post-secondary programs such as the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC), the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC) and the Association of Accrediting Agencies of Canada (AAAC). Higher education degrees from Canada are accepted and respected worldwide.
By studying in Canada, you can receive a high quality education in a friendly and welcoming environment for a reasonable cost.
Study in Australia
In Australia, you have the freedom to choose a path that suits your particular goals. There are thousands of courses on offer. Whichever course you choose, you’ll experience a unique kind of education. Studying in Australia promotes innovative, creative and independent thinking. You’ll learn to work as part of a team, to communicate effectively with others and to develop the practical skills and intellectual abilities you need for global success.
Most importantly, you’ll learn how to use your initiative. Your teachers will encourage you to think of original, practical solutions to real-world problems. Upon graduation, your qualification will make you highly sought after by Australian and international employers. The Australian education system has a strong international reputation and is known for its effective structure and innovative policy developments. Many other countries, eager to improve their own education systems, turn to Australia for advice.
Australia is also one of the best places to live. It is a young, vibrant and friendly country in which students can live, learn and grow. So if you want a quality education and a good lifestyle, Australia’s the place to be. More than 450,000 international students were enrolled in Australian institutions in 2007. Students come from around the world to learn in Australia’s dynamic, exciting study environment.
Students come to Australia for many reasons including:
• the excellent education system
• the range of courses from school to postgraduate degrees
• the many types of specialist institutions
• the worldwide acceptance of Australian qualifications
• the innovative teaching and learning
• the quality of scientific research
• the support for international students
• the safe environment
• the multicultural society.
An Australian qualification will develop you personally and professionally. It is your passport to a well-paid career and a secure future.
Successful graduates from Australian institutions are working globally at the highest levels in government and business. You’d be surprised by the Australian alumni in your own country.
Study in Ireland
Ireland is a part of European Union and is a very dynamic and modern country with a young population of 40% population below 25 years and one of the fastest growing economics in the world, with population of 4.33 million. The country also boasts the highest quality of life in the world, ranking first in the Economist Intelligence Unit's Quality-of-life index. Ireland has topped a list of the World's Friendliest Countries in a survey drawn up by the Lonely Planet travel guide group.
Accepts student's for post graduation with 15 yrs of education, unlike some countries.
One of the best education systems in Europe (2004 IMD World competitiveness Report) with a history rich in tradition and learning.
Quality education leading to rapid growth of economy. It has 4.4% unemployment rate.
Over 2,00,000 international students.
1 year master's degree
No prior work experience required for MBA
International Students can work Part-time (approximately 20 hrs/week)
Excellent wages: € 8-9 per hr
Government policy on investment in research to develop Ireland as a knowledge society.
Close links between educational institutions & thriving economy.
Temperate climate. It rarely drops below freezing and snow is uncommon.
Modern lively, safe & secure environment in which one can live, work & study.
An English speaking country.
Reputation of Irish people for friendliness.
Study in New Zealand
New Zealand’s colleges and universities are well respected internationally and offer a broad range of educational opportunities for international students here.
New Zealand has quality institutions including a nationwide network of English language schools as well as internationally regarded and accredited tertiary education providers.
International students can study for a certificate, diploma through to masters and doctoral degrees.
Study abroad students are able to combine study and travel, exploring the great outdoors of New Zealand. Ther e are literally hundreds of different activities that can be undertaken throughout the seasons of the year. Students can also combine study and working if you have a Working Holiday Visa.
Alternatively students can enroll in a long-term study abroad course and get a world-class degree at one of New Zealand’s highly reputable polytechnics or universities.
Study in Holland
The Netherlands (also known as Holland) is a great study destination. Centrally situated in Europe, you can enjoy the best cities within a few hours of travelling.
A few good reasons to study in Holland:
Netherlands: a worldwide reputation for high quality education;
Low tuition fees compared to other English spoken study destinations. International living environment;
Multicultural, tolerant and safe society with very low crime rates
World wide trade, home to major multinationals. In worldwide top-10 of exporting countries
16 million inhabitants
Study in Malaysia
Malaysia has grown tremendously and has become a more developed country over the years since its independence more than 51 years ago. It has soared like an eagle, evolving into a high technology nation with her own Silicon Valley and, her many high technology buildings, some of which were built to depict the rich heritage of Malaysia, like the Petronas Twin Towers. Malaysia has experienced a steady economic progression and rapid infrastructural development of which Malaysians are truly proud.
This would be a real bliss to study in the harmonious and peaceful multicultural and multi ethnic society of Malaysia with exquisite treasures of beaches, oceans, lakes, waterfalls, forests and lots of other natural treasures. Since its independence Malaysia has evolved into a highly technology nation and experienced a steady economic progression. The excellent and innovative educational system of Malaysia emphasizes on quality research and strong, improvised and modern ways of teaching to assure best education.
You can study in world class colleges and universities offering reputable degrees at relatively low tuition fees and moderate living expenses. The medium of teaching is English and the other considerable factors include lovely weather, excellent transport system and diverse culture. Malaysia has a number of universities with better reputation and international recognition that can surely make a considerable difference to your career and provide you the opportunity to improve your skills.
According to the world competitive yearbook published by Swiss institute of management development in 2010, Malaysia had an overall ranking as world’s 10th most competitive country. At the time of independence the economy was fully dependent upon rubber and tin industry but over the years Malaysia has become more efficient and competitive globally. World Bank has reported Malaysia as the world’s 24th most business friendly nation. A survey conducted by ECA International showed that Kuala Lumpur is still among the least expensive cities in terms of cost of living relative to other Asian cities.
Malaysia has a 30 year experience of international education and offer international students to be a part of its world renowned and well structured educational system at extremely affordable cost. 1n 2010 there were more than 80,000 international students studying in Malaysia proving Malaysia a better choice for international education.
The tropical climate makes the Malaysia a very pleasant place. The weather is generally hot for being close to equator. Overall the weather is lovely. Being multicultural makes Malaysia a food heaven. Malaysia is highly stable politically making it a peaceful and crime free place to live. The natives are very friendly and you will always feel home.
With years of experience in international students, Malaysia welcomes thousands of international students every year. Studying at Malaysia will help you acquire all the necessary knowledge and skills needed to meet demands of a global market.
Study in China
China has been offering education to foreign students for more than fifty years and today it ranks one among the top countries of the world that are most-sought-after by international students for quality education. With the availability of large number of top universities, colleges, institutes in china, China accommodates abundant number of students from more than hundred different countries across the world these days. Universities in China make regular efforts to enhance distinctive teaching and training methods to complement the different academic settings of the foreign students. Foreign students are encouraged to work towards postgraduate and doctoral degrees in Chinese universities and those who study graduation in china are welcome to return for further education with many special considerations. In several universities courses conducted directly in foreign languages are available for the students who are studying in China.
China is a land of archeological wonders, fabulous beauty and charming people. It presents a blend of age-old tradition yet has a lot to offer to the study-abroad students with varied academic interests. China is one of the countries of the globe that harbor oldest living culture and yet is well developed enough to offer world-famous higher education to thousands of students from overseas aspiring to study in China. The fastest growing economy, enchanting culture and high spirits of its people make studying in China a perfect place to have a unique study-abroad experience. Scholarship programs in China are available on the basis of mutual exchange programs. Those who want to apply to study in China on a Chinese scholarship have to go through government policies. Private students can make application directly to the top universities, colleges, institutes in China where they wish to pursue their study program (or study graduation in china).