EVS introduces Global Study Partners facility for students

CEYLON TODAY | Published: 2:00 AM Jul 31 2021

Visa consultancy agency Expo Visa Services (EVS) recently introduced an innovative and scalable student recruitment platform titled Global Study Partners (GSP) after becoming the first channel partner for GSP in Sri Lanka. The platform provides guidance — from application to enrolment — to prospective students and those wishing to migrate and study abroad. EVS will join an ecosystem of education agents, travel agents, schools, and other entities that GSP has identified as a source of international student recruitment and enrolment. 

A free service, GSP offers a unique online two-sided EdTech marketplace, linking millions of students through their agents and channels to over 35,000 courses and 500 institutions globally. The gamut of courses accessible through GSP vary from Pathway Programmes to Vocational Training, Private Higher Education and University. The platform will also provide post-study work visa opportunities, offering overseas graduates from Sri Lanka the option to apply for the right to stay on for job experience at the end of their university courses. 

Through GSP, students may purchase additional products prior to their departure to their educational destination. These products include but are not limited to Compulsory Student Health Cover, Study Loans, Accommodation, Wi-Fi & Connectivity, Travel, and even extra tutoring. GSP is not only limited to the student’s educational prospects but also provides students with access to over 900 recruitment partners across the globe. Due to a high-cost factor when studying overseas, GSP offers Scholarships to eligible students in Australia, Tasmania, Ireland, UK, USA, Canada and Singapore. Students who may wish to utilise the GSP facility can now reach out to EVS and contact any expert advisor who is available to deliver highly qualified counselling and provide insights into the world’s best study options.

CEYLON TODAY | Published: 2:00 AM Jul 31 2021

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