Flying overseas can be daunting if you haven’t had the experience before. Here you will find some useful tips and important recommendations that we hope will be useful.


You will receive valuable information about living in abroad, life as a student at your institution, tips on adapting to the culture, and dealing with homesickness. You will also have the opportunity to network with other students, including alumni, current students and future classmates.


Our team will assist you on ticketing, foreign exchange, travel insurance, opening an Bank account and international calling cards.

Before leaving on any trip it is always a good idea to have a checklist to help stay organized. Please refer to the following list to make sure you have all the items you need prior to departure.


Check for the following BEFORE you leave:
  • Updated Passport
  • Valid ID which shows proof of age/student status
  • Plane ticket
  • Traveler's checks Credit/debit cards that are accepted at your destination
  • Prescription drugs (a supply large enough to last for the time you will be abroad)
  • A/C adapter for electrical appliances if needed
  • Guidebook for your study abroad destination
  • Metro plan and a map of your destination

Any emergency contact information you might need
Why Statement Of Purpose?
WHAT IS A STATEMENT OF PURPOSE?
The Statement of Purpose is the single most important part of your application that’s


  • your chance to talk directly to the admission committee
  • To explain the admissions committee who you are, what has influenced your career path so far, your professional interests and where you plan to go from here.
  • To make yourself stand out from among a multitude of similarly qualified candidates.
  • To convince the committee that you have the spark, the thirst for knowledge that could add value to your class.

Things to Keep in Mind:

  • The admissions committee will read between the lines: motivation, competence, potential as a student.
  • Emphasize everything from a positive perspective and write in an active, not a passive voice.
  • Demonstrate everything by example; don’t say directly that you’re a persistent person, show it.
  • If there is something important that happened to you that affected your grades, such as poverty, illness, or excessive work, state it. Write it affirmatively, however, showing your perseverance.
  • Make sure everything is linked with continuity and focus.

Writing the Statement of Purpose:
  • The first sentence is the most important. It is your introduction, and should hook the reader's attention from the start
  • Create a strong opening paragraph of five sentences or less. Briefly explain who you are, where you're from, why you have chosen the particular field to which you're applying, and why the university is among your first choices.Make it count. The first paragraph is very important. It is your introduction, and should hook the reader from the start. You want to make him or her want to continue reading.

Summarize what you did as an undergraduate
  • Important paper or thesis project you completed, as well as anything scholarly beyond your curricular requirements.
  • Work experience, especially if you had any kind of responsibility for testing, designing, researching or interning in an area similar to what you wish to study in graduate school.

Indicate your current activities.

If you graduated and worked prior to returning to grad school, indicate what you’ve been doing: company or non-profit, your work/design team, responsibilities, what you learned. You can also indicate here how this helped you focus your graduate studies.



Elaborate on the topic you wish to pursue for graduate school

Here you indicate what you would like to study in graduate school in greater detail.


  • Indicate an area of interest, then state questions, concerns, and thoughts associated with the topic. This should be an ample paragraph!
  • Look on the web for information about departments you’re interested in, as well as the professors and their research. Are there professors whose research interests parallel yours? If so, indicate this.
  • End your statement in a positive manner, indicating your excitement and readiness for the challenges ahead of you.

Thank the admissions committee for their time.

Education Loan for Study abroad - With universities abroad launching attractive professional opportunities, more and more Indian students are getting geared up for the experience in a new country. As the numbers are surging everyday, the demand for financial aids is also taking an upward turn. While grants are the perfect choice, huge competition deter many students from it. In that case, education loans are the best ways to fund your studies abroad. But the question is, whom to approach for an education loan?


The first thing that comes to a student’s mind while arranging funds for his education abroad are Scholarships and Financial aids. However, given the huge crowd and competition in international education it is not always possible to secure such benefits.


As such, Education loans to study abroad become an easier way to secure funds. The following points helps you gain some insight into why exactly you should consider applying for an education loan for studying abroad:


  • Education loan is one of the priority sector under which banks are required to lend by the Reserve Bank of India.
  • Students applying for education loan for education abroad can avail tax benefits under section 80 (E) of Income Tax Act 1961. Some of the highlights of this Act are:
    • a. Loan should be taken from approved financial institution
    • b. Loan should be for full-time studies for any graduate or postgraduate course.
    • c. Deduction is allowed for a continuous period of eight years.
  • The loans provided for education usually cover the following areas:
    • a. Institution Fee
    • b. Hostel Fee
    • c. Examination Fee
    • d. Library and Laboratory Fee/li>
    • e. Purchases of Books
    • f. Equipment and Instruments
    • g. Caution or Refundable Deposit
    • h. Passage money to the host country.
  • Most of the banks provide an average of 7 to 12 years for the candidates to repay the education loan.
  • An aspirant can expect to be provided with atleast 20 to 40 lakhs for pursuing his/hers studies abroad



Thank the admissions committee for their time.

A subsidiary of HDFC, Credila is the only lender in India, which is exclusively focused on Education Loans. A specialized lender of education loans Credila offers loans to:


  • Indian students going overseas
  • Indian students already in the USA

*** Credila says that it can issue the sanction letter for a student wishing to study abroad even before he/she applies to the institute.
Credila processes loans starting from Rs. 1, 00, 000 which can go upto or exceed Rs.20,00,000.



Credila covers the following costs:
  • Tuition fees as determined by the college/University
  • Up to 100% of other expenses including living and hostel expenses, examination fees, library/laboratory fees; purchase of books / equipments/instruments/uniforms; passage money for studies abroad; purchase of computers / laptops considered necessary for completion of the course.
  • Travel fare restricted to one economy class return ticket between India and the country of study, if applicable.
  • . Get tax benefits under Section 80(E) of Income Tax Act of India
  • . Education Loan Home Delivered!
  • . Flexible choices of repayment terms
  • . Loan up to 100% of educational expenses. No margin money required.
  • . Flexibility on collateral security
  • . Loan sanction before admission
  • . Multi city co-borrowers accepte

Do not wait till last minute to apply for education loan, delays in getting a loan can cost you your dream of Higher Education.



    For More Details Please Contact:
Mr. Kiran Kumar MP
Sr. Manger, Cell: +91-7799843111


It doesn’t cost you anything to apply online to Credila. It just takes 5 minutes of your time!