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Advice on all aspects of the study process

We'll find the right option for you

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Frequently asked questions

The first thing to note is that submitting documents abroad is not straightforward. It can be time-consuming if done on your own, and students often make mistakes on their first application that cannot be corrected once the application is sent. KALBA has 30 years of experience and ensures that the paperwork is processed quickly and efficiently. In addition, we always add value: we provide additional advice to students if questions arise during the application process, we mediate communication with universities, and we help to resolve problems faster. We also organise parents’ meetings to answer parents’ questions and practical advice workshops for students to help prospective students prepare for their first steps at the university. So, in addition to organising the paperwork, KALBA helps students throughout the year – from the first counselling session to the final departure, and advice after departure.
The admissions process is not only about filling in the documents for the university of your choice, but also about assessing your realistic chances of getting in. We have accumulated a wealth of experience over 30 years of operation, and we offer Plan A, Plan B and Plan C, thus insuring our clients against the risk of failure if they do not meet the requirements of their initial choice, such as failing to obtain the required IELTS score, failing the maths national exam, etc.
There are specific requirements for each country and even university, so you don’t have to worry about anything as your study coordinator will do everything for you.
It certainly is. You could argue that this is one of the main advantages of studying abroad – early financial independence. This is because at university, students have to be present for a maximum of 20 hours a week, the rest of the time being dedicated to home study. For this reason, all students have excellent opportunities to combine their studies with work. There is also the possibility of receiving additional incentives from the state on top of their salary. In Denmark, for example, all students who work at least 12 hours a week receive around €700 a month from the state in addition to their Scandinavian salary (so-called student support). Similar types of incentives apply in the Netherlands and the UK. It is also important to note that all foreign universities have separate career centres that are responsible for helping students looking for a job. As well as helping with the job search process, careers advisers also help with CV writing, cover letters and preparing for job interviews.

Studying abroad can therefore not only help students to obtain a foreign higher education diploma, but also to gain work experience that will be a big plus after graduation.
It is certainly worthwhile and even highly recommended. Students come from all over the world to study abroad, and each student’s level of English is different. Universities understand this, so the first month is always more of an “adaptation” month, during which students are given a general introduction to the university or speciality, and allowed to get used to the environment, so that they will not be overwhelmed with complicated foreign literature as soon as they arrive. Usually after a month or two, students have overcome the language barrier and English is no longer a problem. We can safely say that we have never had a student return from studying abroad because they didn’t understand what the lecturers were saying. :)

Another important thing is that English will be the language of every employee in the future, so if, after school, a student feels that his or her English is not good enough, studying abroad will be the perfect opportunity to improve the language and bridge the gap that can be a barrier to finding a job in the future.They will send you the information about what has been covered in the lesson and the homework assignments that need to be completed in the online exercises.

We recommend choosing a dormitory in your first year, as almost all universities
guarantee it for first-year students. Usually, university halls of residence are located
close to the university to make it easy for first-year students to find their way around
their new environment and to give them a great opportunity to meet other students
from the same university. Of course, it should be pointed out that living in halls of
residence is usually slightly more expensive than living in the private sector, but the
price usually includes all the taxes, insurances, internet, and other charges that may
be extra in the private sector. If you want a cheaper option, there is a good range of
private housing on offer. Before the students leave, we try very hard to make sure that
all the prospective first-year students going to the same university get to know each
other, so it is not uncommon for students who have ‘partnered up’ to share a room or
two and the rent in the private sector.

Definitely not. Both the Netherlands and Germany have a large number of study programmes in English, so our study abroad advisers can help you find study programmes in English. Of course, knowing the local language is an advantage, especially when you are looking for a job, but both Dutch and German universities offer free second language tuition for international students. This gives students a unique opportunity to be able to speak not only English, but also another foreign language after graduation.
Not necessarily. Study abroad is great because it gives even students who did less well at school the chance to learn, as it takes more account of the student’s motivation to learn, school or volunteering experience. There are also different types of studies on offer, so that if a prospective student does not meet the entry criteria, alternatives can be offered.

Our study abroad advisers could share many success stories of students who went to school with less than perfect grades, but now have jobs that some would only dream of. One of the best examples is our student Aivaras. This young man went to study in England with a barely satisfactory annual average. All his friends and classmates told him that he would never get in with those grades. Today, Aivaras can boast that he has successfully completed his studies in music (saxophone) at the University of West London and is working in his field. This is just one of the success stories that can inspire everyone that all you need to do is believe in yourself and what you are doing, because school grades do not tell you how successful we can be in life.


Czech Republic
United Kingdom

Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT)

BIMM Dublin

Institute of Technology Carlow

Royal Irish Academy of Music

University of Limerick

Letterkenny Institute of Technology (Atlantic Technological University)


St. Angelas Campus (Atlantic Technological University)

Institute of Technology Sligo (Atlantic Technological University)

National College of Ireland

Griffith College

Irish American University (American College Dublin)

University College Dublin

JAM Music Lab University (Partner via Modul Uni)

Modul University

Thomas More University of Applied Sciences

Howest University of Applied Sciences

KdG University of Applied Sciences and Arts

Arts University Bournemouth
Canterbury Christ Church
Lancaster University
East London
Robert Gordon University
University of Gloucestershire
Arden University
ARU London
Cambridge Education Group (CEG)
Cambridge School of Visual & Performing Arts
Central Film School London
City, University of London
Hult International Business School
Istituto Marangoni London
NAVITAS – Birmingham City University International College (BCUIC)
NAVITAS – Cambridge Ruskin International College (CRIC)
NAVITAS – London Brunel International College (LBIC)
NAVITAS – University of Plymouth International College (UPIC)
Regent’s University
Study Group
INTO – Newcastle London

AAS College

DEI College

Metropolitan College

Accademia del Lusso

Ca’ Foscari University of Venice

Domus Academy Milano

EU Business School

IED Istituto Europeo di Design

Istituto Marangoni

Istituto Secoli

John Cabot University

LUISS University

Nouva Accademia Di Belle Arti (NABA)

Swiss School of Management

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

ESIC Business & Marketing School

EU Business School

GBSB Global Business School

IED Istituto Europeo di Design

International University of Catalonia

IQS School of Management

LCI Barcelona

Modul Aviation

Swiss School of Management

UCAM Catholic University of Murcia

UIC Barcelona International University of Catalonia

Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia

Universidad CEU Cardenal Herrera

Universidad Europea

Arizona State University (KAPLAN)

INTO Global

New York Film Academy

Pace University (KAPLAN)

Schiller International University

Simmons University (KAPLAN)

Study Group

University of Connecticut (UConn) (KAPLAN)


Alfa Culinary & Beverage

UCLan Cyprus

Ledra College

Coventry University

Kozminski University

Lazarski University

Anáhuac Cancún University

Massey University (KAPLAN)

Solbridge University

Galileo Global Education France

Le Cordon Bleu Paris

Neoma Business School

Paris College of Art

Toulouse Business School

Geneva Business School

Arden University

Online Business School

Cambridge Education Group (CEG)
New Zealand
Hong Kong
South Korea