Career Counselling

Oxford Education Consultancy knows a lot about educational, work and training options. By considering your interests and experience, we will guide you to make decisions on what you might study and what work or training you can or should do.

Oxford Education Consultancy can provide career counseling services when:

 looking for abroad work experience
 trying to decide what university course to do
 leaving, or have just left, your job
 thinking about changing careers while studying


Oxford Consultancy provides the opportunity to complete program work placements in Canada or abroad. In today’s competitive job market, having global work experience under your belt is one of the very best things you can do for your prospective career. But interning abroad is about much more than work experience. You’ll be challenged to adapt both personally and professionally, and the payoff will be enormous.

By leaving the comforts of home to immerse yourself in an entirely new culture, you’ll be pushing the boundaries of what you are capable of and gain an invaluable global perspective. You’ll have the opportunity to enhance many skills, including self-confidence, decision- making, building new networks, and communicating in different environment .The travel and life experience acquired through working abroad is even more important than the professional experience.

Credit Transfer

We can help our fellow student’s if they are willing to change their university within the country or to apply for Abroad Universities. The process of transferring credits can be divided into four main parts: what transpires prior to a college transfer, what transpires during college transfer, what transpires after college transfer and what proactive efforts are managed to help define academic pathways and agreements between institutions to streamline college transfer.

Prior to college transfer, a student may engage and receive different levels of advising and counseling from an institution they attend. The advising process affects the course enrollment decisions a student makes, which often leads to expectations that course work will transfer or not, depending upon the acknowledged student aspirations and goals. Often, a student changes goals and aspirations as a result of their course exposure.


We provide platform for our students to apply for internships while studying in abroad international internships can be enormous and even easy to cope up with the environment which they are recently exposed with. Interning abroad is sort of like the more exotic with less baggage has their life together cousin of study abroad, who shows up at a family party and totally rocks your world.

The benefits of international internships are unique and, while not as prevalent as study abroad, very versatile. Due to the direct correlation that internships have to potential career paths, these opportunities are considered to be a better fit for students who want to maximize their investment in an experience abroad.

Documentation Guidance

The application process for a study abroad student visa can be confusing because it’s different for different countries. With that being said, if you follow these basic guidelines as well as those from the state department of the country where you’re going to be studying, you should have no trouble. Unfortunately, unlike a passport, there is no single application for a Student Visa as the requirements differ from country to country.

You’re first step should be to take a look at the government official website for the requirement. This won’t take you directly to the visa application, but it will give you an overview of things like the location of the embassy and any consular offices; whether you need a visa; crime and security information; health and medical conditions; drug penalties; and localized hot spots among other things.