How it works

Do you know that studying in Europe is far cheaper and easier than the USA and Canada? You can also settle down after studies.

This service is provided by iTravel Limited in conjunction with our European-based partner. We offer admission to the following countries:

 

BALTIC COUNTRIES (Including Poland):

  • Lithuania

  • Estonia

  • Poland

 

NORDIC COUNTRIES:

  • Sweden

  • Finland

  • Norway

  1. The Nordic and Baltic countries are both Schengen states. For proof, click here

  2. The Nordic countries rank higher than Canada and the USA in terms of Happiness and well-being of its people. For proof, click here.

  3. The Nordic countries rank higher than Canada and the USA in terms of Economy. For proof, click here.

  4. The Nordic and Baltic countries are amongst the 15 Most powerful passports in the world. Some Nordic countries have more powerful passports than the USA and Canada. For proof, click here.

  5. There is no limit to the number of hours of work per week in Sweden and Estonia. Finland allows 25hours of work per week. However, in the USA and Canada you can only work 20 hours per week as an international student. This makes studying in these countries better than the USA and Canada, because you earn better as an international student.

  6. Language is not a barrier as residents in most of these countries understand English. You do not need to know their language to be able to work or get citizenship.

LITHUANIA 🇱🇹 ESTONIA 🇪🇪  POLAND 🇵🇱 ADMISSIONS

These countries are suitable for low-income earners. Admissions are usually for September each year. Spring and Summer admissions available.

 

For Masters Admissions:

  1. International passport.

  2. Degree certificate (We can help HND holders gain Master’s admission to Poland).

  3. High School certificate.

  4. Passport photo (white background).

  5. Transcript copy (You can apply using the student copy of your transcript).

  6. English proficiency (TOEFL) is required for Estonia.

  7. We have an age limit for Poland admissions: 26years (For BSc), 31years (For MSc).

 

For Bachelors Admissions:

  1. International passport.

  2. High School certificate.

  3. Passport photo (white background).

  4. Copy of Scratch card to check your High School Certificate online (If applicable).

  5. English proficiency (TOEFL) is required for Estonia.

  6. We have an age limit for Poland admissions: 26years (For BSc), 31years (For MSc).

 

For Visa Application:

  1. Proof of accommodation in Europe (We recommend 6months minimum for study visas).

  2. Medical fitness report is required for Poland.

  3. Travel medical insurance covering 1year of studies.

  4. Bank statement (3months) covering your study expenses for a year.

  5. Travel history is an added advantage.

  6. For Business owners: (a) Certificate of Business Incorporation; (b) Proof of commercial activities in your country (e.g. bills of lading, receipt book);  (c) Statement of taxes payment

  7. For the employed: Employment letter stating the days of leave for employee.

  8. For Students/Scholarship-holders: Letter issued by school or university confirming status of student.

  9. Using a Sponsor? We recommend singles to use their parents as sponsors. Married individuals should self-sponsor or use their spouses as sponsor. The sponsor must provide an Affidavit of sponsorship and a Government issued ID (International Passport, National ID or Driver’s License).

 

Expenses:

Process

Individual (Euros)

Family, 5max (Euros)

Visa fees + Courier fees

120

320

Average Tuition fees (per year)

3,500 (MSc), 2,500 (BSc)

3,500 (MSc), 2,500 (BSc)

Accommodation (6 months)

2,400

4,200

Medical report

40

200

Travel Medical Insurance (1year)

280

1400

Our fees (Admission only)

350

350

Our fees (Admission + Visa)

600 (includes visa fees)

1,000 (includes visa fees)

Average Total Expenses

6,820

10,300

* All expenses mentioned are average and are for regular programs. Special courses like Nursing, MBA, Pharmacology, Law, etc come with higher tuition.

 

* For candidates in Nigeria: Securing a visa appointment for Poland now takes time and costs lots of money. We can connect you with an agent to help you secure an appointment. This would not be covered by our processing fees. We recommend getting a visa appointment up to 3months ahead of your visa date.

 

* Universities require 100% of tuition be paid before admission letter is issued. Universities process refunds if client’s visa is denied.

 

* Partial scholarships available for some programs.

 

* Estonia does not operate an embassy in Nigeria. Clients interested in Estonia may have to travel to Russia or Israel for their visa application.

* We do not encourage families to apply to study in Poland due to restrictions in family visas.

 

AVERAGE PROCESSING TIME FOR ADMISSIONS: About 3weeks.

 

There are other countries on this website, read on.

SWEDEN 🇸🇪 NORWAY 🇳🇴  FINLAND 🇫🇮 ADMISSIONS

The Nordic countries are most suitable for individuals who want to relocate with their families on study visa. Spouses of applicants have the ability to work and support the family. These countries are also suitable for degree holders with low GPA. We offer fast admissions with our affiliate universities in Sweden, Norway and Finland.

 

Sweden allows unlimited work hours per week for international students. There is no age limit for applications.

 
 
 

For Master’s Admissions:

  1. International passport.

  2. Degree certificate.

  3. Academic transcript.

  4. High School certificate.

  5. Passport photo (white background).

 

For Bachelor’s Admissions:

  1. International passport.

  2. High School certificate.

  3. Copy of Scratch card to check your High School Certificate online (If applicable).

  4. Passport photo (white background).

 

For Visa Application:

  1. Proof of accommodation in Europe (We recommend 6months minimum for study visas).

  2. Travel medical insurance covering 1year of studies.

  3. Bank statement (3months) covering your study expenses for a year.

  4. Travel history is an added advantage.

  5. For the employed: Employment letter stating the days of leave for employee.

  6. For Students/Scholarship-holders: Letter issued by school or university confirming status of the student.

  7. Using a Sponsor? We recommend singles to use their parents as sponsors. Married individuals should self-sponsor or use their spouses as sponsor. The sponsor must provide an Affidavit of sponsorship and a Government issued ID (International Passport, National ID or Driver’s License).

  8. Using a Sponsor? We recommend singles to use their parents as sponsors. Married individuals should self-sponsor or use their spouses as sponsor. The sponsor must provide an Affidavit of sponsorship and a Government issued ID (International Passport, National ID or Driver’s License).

 

Expenses:

Process

Individual (Euros)

Family, 5max (Euros)

Visa fees + Courier fees

120

320

Tuition fees (per year)

10,000

10,000

Accommodation (6 months)

3,600

6,000

Travel Medical Insurance (1year)

300

1400

Our fees (Admission only)

350

350

Our fees (Admission + Visa)

600 (includes visa fees)

1,000 (includes visa fees)

Average Total Expenses

14,500

18,400

* The fees mentioned are average and are for regular programs. Special courses like Nursing, MBA, Pharmacology, Law, etc come with higher tuition.

 

* Most universities require 50% of tuition fees before final admission letter is granted. The other 50% is usually paid at the beginning of second semester. Universities process refunds if client’s visa is denied.

 

* Partial scholarships available for some programs.

 

AVERAGE PROCESSING TIME FOR ADMISSIONS: About 1 month.

TERMS OF SERVICE:

This process is operated by iTravel Limited in conjunction with our European-based partner. Our track record of excellence and quality speaks volumes. We thrive with God on our side. We function on the policy of honesty and truth. Tuition fees are refundable, however our processing fees are non-refundable. We do not accept everyone. Once you have read this document, click below to begin.