Frequently Asked Questions

  • 1. What makes SP Study Planner LLP different from other consultancies?

    SP Study Planner LLP uniquely focuses both on college admis­sions and scholarship advising. We’re backed by over a decade of experience, hundreds of satisfied clients, and we proudly stand behind our services.

  • 2. How early can I start planning for studying overseas?

    We work with students as early as possible, preferably in the beginning of 12th grade to assemble a portfolio for college and scholarship committees.

  • 3. How many universities do you offer for admission?

    We’re delighted to say that you over 200+ universities in different countries. You would be spoilt for choice. You are free to choose any of these universities which suit you best!

  • 4. What is conditional acceptance?

    Conditional admission means they’ll accept you if you can meet some condition, normally that your final semester’s grades are good or that you take a summer class or an additional test.

  • 5. What are the intakes available in UK?

    The UK universities and colleges offer two intakes. The first intake starts in January or February and the second intake is in September or October.

  • 6. Why are letter of recommendation and statement of purpose required by the universities?

    The statement of purpose and recommendation letters are documents which hold significant importance. These 2 documents have to be well written as this inclines the admission committee to consider your application

  • 7. Would a scholarship help me in the visa process?

    It would help you to a large extent. Scholarships are considered to be an asset as it shows that you’re a highly qualified student.

  • 8. What is the most common basis on which a student visas are refused?

    An applicant that fails to communicate properly or shows that he/she has other intensions instead of study are usually rejected.

  • 9. Will I be eligible for scholarship/financial aid?

    Some universities do offer scholarships and financial aids depending on how good your portfolio is but it is not guaranteed that you will get on.

  • 10. Why should I study abroad?

    Studying internationally offers a wider variety of courses, some also including research options and skill-based training for students. This helps expand your horizons and opens up a world of new educational opportunities. Not only this, certain programs abroad also allow you to take different courses at the same time.

  • 11. Can a student be sponsored by someone other than his/her parents?

    The student can only be sponsored blood relatives or by education loan

  • 12. Is the ranking of the university important?

    To some extent a well reputed university does has its benefits but you should always select a university which is best suited for, offers the right course you desire to pursue and university which fits under your budget.

  • 13. Can an international student study part time?

    International students cannot be a part time student. It is a must for them to study full time

  • 14. Why is choosing the right country important?

    It is important because you get the opportunity to see this place, especially if the beginnings of your career will be your main focus post-university. By studying abroad, you can live somewhere abroad AND receive a world class education which benefits you.

  • 15. Is the application process same for all countries?

    The application process varies from country to country in terms of the documents required and the standardised tests that have to be taken by a student.