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How are you different?

We have professionally trained program advisors to guide students at every step of the way. We can help you find job placement in that country.


Where are the study opportunities available with you?

With EduCav, you can choose any location for higher studies or postgraduate course. you may choose to study in the US, UK, Egypt, or Canada.


Is studying abroad too expensive?

When you compare education at home to studying abroad, it may appear more expensive to study overseas for the Middle East students. However, you will find unmatched education facilities overseas.


Can my family accompany me?

You can take you family along when travelling to certain countries. Or we can make visa and accommodation arrangements for parents of students who are keen to meet their kids studying abroad.


Can I work while pursuing a graduate or post graduation course in an overseas county?

In some countries, students are permitted to undertake part-time jobs while studying in a higher studies course. additionally, with EduCav, you have the opportunity to join an internship program at our office.


Do I need to clear IELTS/TOEFL for admission?

IELTS and TOEFL are not mandatory in all countries. But these tests support your application and give you an added benefit of proficiency in the English language. The US, UK, and Germany make it mandatory for international students to clear.


How do you train students for a career?

Our goal is to spread education and awareness and prepare them for the challenges . The idea is to groom students for successful careers ahead. We can help you with soft skills training, personality development, and offer support for career advancement. We offer a follow-up service for our students to see who is doing what.


What is your post-landing assistance?

EduCav has joined hands with a number of overseas institutions to provide you hostel and accommodation assistance when you land there. We have a team of dedicated travel desk to provide you with all possible support post landing. This includes pick up, job search, accommodation, and parents visa and accommodation needs.

Recruitment Q & A’s

What is a recruitment agency?

Recruitment agencies match candidates to job vacancies, working with companies directly to help fill their roles.
Their consultants’ source new opportunities, edit and optimise CVs, and even provide pointers to help candidates prepare for interviews.
Essentially, they streamline the whole job seeking process

How do recruitment agencies work?

Recruitment agencies work in a number of different ways.
Initially, a company will get in touch with them to say they have a role on offer. The recruitment agency will then either:
  > Look at their current database, to find matching candidates
  > Post the job online to source applicants with the right skills
When they’ve sourced some suitable candidates, they’ll then send them through to the company for approval, and generally arrange interviews for the best-matching candidates.

Where are your local Middle East offices?
We have one recruitment agency in the Middle East; our main office is located in Cairo.
What recruitment services do you offer to employers?

We offer a wide range of recruitment solutions which include:

  •  Contingent recruitment: for 1 – 4 vacancies
  •  Multiple hiring: for 5 + vacancies
  •  Contracting: for short-term hiring
  •  Recruitment Process Outsourcing: fully managed recruitment service
  •  Middle East: specialist recruitment of national and expat professionals for organizations operating within the Middle East.
  •  Student placement and Internship
How can I register a job?

Email the job details to info@dev-spread360.pantheonsite.io . A recruitment consultant will then be matched to you based on your needs and get in touch to discuss the vacancy further and arrange a meeting.
Essentially, they streamline the whole job seeking process

What sectors or industries do you recruit for?

Each year EduCav place tens of professional candidates into permanent and contract roles across a broad range of industries and job categories. These include:

  • &nbspAccountancy & Finance
  • &nbspArchitecture
  • &nbspBanking & Financial institutions
  • &nbspConstruction
  • &nbspDigital Technology
  • &nbspEngineering
  • &nbspFacilities Management
  • &nbspHealthcare
  • &nbspHR
  • &nbspIT
  • &nbspLegal
  • &nbspMarketing
  • &nbspOffice support
  • &nbspOil & Gas
  • &nbspProperty
  • &nbspSales
Where will you advertise my job vacancy?

Via EduCav digital channels we can access candidates that no other recruitment agencies can.
Our website attracts, on average, over hundreds of visitors a month; EduCav have close relationships with the leading regional job boards; plus, our EduCav Group LinkedIn company page is one of the most followed pages on LinkedIn.
By harnessing a combination of these networks we can target your job advert to be seen by candidates that match your specific needs.

How do I apply for jobs through agencies?

Your EduCav recruitment consultant will act as the middle-man between you and the recruiter, sending in your CV and putting you forward for an interview.
If your application is successful, EduCav ’ll help with interview preparation and give you lots of tips and pointers, from providing you with directions, to advising you on what to wear on the day.
You’ll then be able to walk into that interview feeling totally prepared, with everything you need to nail it.

What are the benefits of using a recruitment agency?

Finding a job through a recruitment agency has a lot of advantages.
Firstly, they’ll often have built up good relationships with a lot of top employers, giving you exclusive access to their jobs. You’ll also get put forward for positions that you wouldn’t otherwise have heard about.
Other benefits of using a recruitment agency include:

  • &nbspCV and cover letter advice
  • &nbspExpert interview coaching
  • &nbspConstructive feedback from each interview and employer
  • &nbspSpecialist advice for your chosen field
  • &nbspBeing put forward for any relevant roles that come up
What happens once I get a job?

Once you’ve secured the job, the role of your agency doesn’t stop there.
They’ll handle all of the paperwork and other formalities, and liaise with your new employer to make sure everything is in place for your first day and beyond.  They can even negotiate your salary for you and make sure you get the best package out there.
Essentially, it’s in their best interest to make sure they find a role that’s right for you – and make it as easy as possible for you to apply, and get started.
Job hunting can be a lonely process, but it becomes so much less so when you’re with a recruitment agency.

Online Studies Q&A’s

Are EduCav'S online courses self-paced?

Yes, online courses at EduCav Group are self-paced. While you can access your course material anytime, you are expected to complete the course requirements as outlined by your teacher in the critical path. You can access your login area on the website any time after the start date, providing you register before the course starts.

What is the difference between online studies and distance studies?

Essentially there is no difference.

What is distance education?
Distance education occurs when a student and an instructor are in different places. Learning occurs by mail, telephone, internet, or by other means.
I haven't taken an online course before -What should I expect?

With the right higher education experience, you can create the life and career you deserve. Studying online with EduCav Group will give you the skills you need to succeed in your professional life—wherever you are in the world.
Life is unpredictable, and geography may sometimes limit your available options. By choosing to study online with us, you will receive the same high quality education that you would get in a lecture hall, but without sacrificing other priorities in your life.
At EduCav, we believe everyone has the potential to achieve their career goals if given access to high quality distance learning resources. Our online students are professionals, parents, business owners, and creatives, and our partner’s industry-renowned online education platform allows you to complete your online courses and assignments outside of typical classroom hours, without attending in-person classes.
Discover life online with EduCav Group and learn how we can help you gain life-changing skills for career success.

What are some tips for success in online learning ?

Participate: Stay in contact with your teacher and your classmates through the discussion board and other activities. Participation often contributes to your final grade. Know your deadlines: Look for table of deadlines when you first login to your course site. If you feel you can’t meet a deadline, let your teacher know as soon as possible don’t wait until the last minute as it is often harder to accommodate your request then. Be patient: You have access to the course site 24×7, but remember your teacher and classmates are not sitting at the other end waiting for your email or discussion posting. Give them time to reply. Usually, you can expect a response within 48 hours or sooner. Be organized: Manage your time appropriately. As a guideline, you should give yourself about 2-3 hours per week to work through the course content and another 3-4 hours per week to complete assignments and participate in discussions and online activities. Read: It is very easy to skim information on the web, but it is important that you read through the material in your course site to ensure a positive learning experience.

What to do next after getting the qualification ?

Universities: You can go for a Bachelors or Masters Degree after completion of the programmes. All our qualifications come with progression agreements with over 80 universities worldwide.
Other exam boards: We have agreements with a number of professional bodies who offer exemptions to holders of our qualifications. Employment: Our qualifications can help you to get a better position, increase your confidence in your current role, gain a promotion, set up your own business or to change careers. For more details on what you could do with your qualification, please click here.

Can I contact my professors ?

The programme is self-paced and has been developed in such a manner that you will not require any academic support. However, if you feel that you need some support from the professors, you can at any point of time request for live one to one chat session with the professors. You can get in touch with the administrator for such sessions.

How are examinations/assessments conducted ?

Assessment is conducted via on-line quizzes, assignment submission and dissertation project. You can speak to EduCav admission officer to know if your course involves assessments via quiz or assignments.

What are the Fee Payment modes ?

The fee can be paid in either of the following modes:

  • Online using your Debit / Credit Card OR
  • Bank Transfer
  • Who award the degree / Certificate ?

    Degrees are awarded by a university/course provider. EduCav Group does not award/ confers degrees.

    Do I have to pay the full amount for the course in advance ?

    EduCav Group generally take payments in monthly, quarterly or half yearly instalments. Please speak to admissions officer for the payment plans.

    CV Q & A’s

    What is the free resume review?

    EduCav Group knows what recruiters are looking for and how to present yourself on paper to maximize opportunities. We will review your resume for free, to provide:

    • Free, confidential, personalized evaluation from trusted experts
    • Objective feedback on layout, language and how well your resume communicates your skills and expertise
    • Personalized recommendations on how to make your resume stronger
    • Upload your resume for a free review now and you’ll receive your personalized expert review within 2 business days.

    Who do you provide services to?
    • Students
    • Fresh graduates
    • Professionals
    • Specialized resumes i.e. the military, federal and academic sectors.
    How does the resume-writing process work?

    EduCav Group uses the expert knowledge of our resume writers, combined with feedback from resume-scanning software called applicant tracking systems (ATS). ATS filters applicants based on keywords and formatting, and EduCav Group analyzes your resume using similar technology. Our expert writers break down this analysis to figure out how to make your resume more effective.
    Your writer will collaborate with you to provide a first draft, which will be delivered to you in about a week. Then, you’ll have another week to provide feedback to your writer, with up to two rounds of revisions. The process typically takes one to two weeks.
    In addition to resumes, we professionally write cover letters and LinkedIn profiles. For help with interviews, we now also offer TopInterview2020, which provides proven strategies and customized interview coaching from the best in the industry.

    What is your refund policy?
    All sales are final, but there will be multiple drafts and revisions to ensure your satisfaction. EduCav’s writers will work with you throughout the revision period until you are satisfied with your resume.
    How do I collaborate with my resume writer?

    Our resume-writing process is collaborative between the writer and the client. We use your old resume as a primary source of information. If you don’t have a resume, don’t worry, your writer will send you a brief questionnaire that will provide all the information that we need to get started. Once this has been provided, your new resume will be delivered to you in about a week. Then, you’ll have another week to provide feedback to your writer, with up to two rounds of revisions. The process typically takes one to two weeks.

    International Students Q&A

    Documents needed for entry

    In order to get your request processed, some documents will be needed, find here list of documents that you will need to prepare for the process, some other documents may be required according to your status.

    • Current valid passport
    • Secondary school certificate
    • Bachelor degree certificate
    • Academic transcripts
    • Two recommendation letters
    • English language proficiency certificate (IELTS / TOEFL)
    • Work experience certificate (if available)
    • Birth certificate
    • Bank certificate
    • Bank statement
    • Documents to show the source of money
    • Six personal pictures
    What is CAS Number?

    CAS stands for Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies. UK immigration rules require the University to sponsor your application for a student visa (this is not the same as financial sponsorship). A CAS number confirms that we have made you an Unconditional offer of a place to study with us, and that you have accepted this.

    How do I get a CAS number?

    The University will apply to the UK government’s UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI) for your CAS number, confirming that we have made you an Unconditional offer of a study place, and that you have accepted this. UKVI will then issue a CAS number for you. They will send this to the University, and we will tell you what this is.

    Can I apply for a student visa with my offer letter?

    No, you can only apply for your Tier 4 visa with the CAS number arranged by the University.

    What do I do if any of my CAS Application Information is missing or incorrect?

    In the CAS Application task you will be able to add or amend any information which is currently missing or incorrect.

    Why is the course start date in my CAS Application Information different to the start date in my offer letter?

    The start date in your CAS Application Information has changed from the date in the offer letter to include the University’s Orientation Week and Intro Week. You should use the start date in your CAS Application Information for your visa application.
    Intro Week is a programme of welcome events for new students the week before teaching begins. It is also when you will be expected to register at the University. We strongly recommend that you arrive for the start of Intro Week.

    What are the study costs?

    Study costs vary from country to country. In the UK fees start at approx. £3500 per year and up to £12000 a year. Our cheapest courses are in Europe starting at $3500 a year.

    Am I guaranteed a VISA

    No , we cannot guarantee a VISA however if you follow all procedures and you have the finances you should normally be successful.

    What happens if I don’t get an offer from my chosen Institution?

    EduCav will process another application for you from our member list. We are confident we will get an offer.

    What is the main reason for not getting a visa for study abroad?

    Normally it is due to a lack of finances.

    When do I apply?

    Apply at any time during the year. most courses start in September but we work with Institutions that offer multiple entry points.

    What happens after I apply?

    EduCav Group send your application to your chosen institution. We then press them for a decision within 28 days.

    What happens if I am refused a VISA?

    EduCav look at your refusal. If we feel it’s unfair we will contact your institution to write to visa authorities of your chosen country. If it is fair, we will re-look and re-advice.

    Charge membership fees?

    EduCav have staff costs to pay, training of staff, office overheads and most important if you are serious about studying it is our first filter for serious students.

    I am working at the moment and can’t make it to see you can you help me?

    Yes, we can do things via email and telephone. Fees can be paid into our accounts for membership.

    If I pay a deposit to an institution and don’t get a VISA will I get a refund?

    Yes, you will as long as you send your refusal notice to the institution. You may have to pay an admin charge AND refunds can take between 8-12 weeks.

    What’s the difference between a college and a university?

    A Colleges offer only undergraduate degrees while universities offer graduate degrees as well, but the terms are often used interchangeably.

    Are there age limitations to attend U.S. universities?

    In general, you must have completed high school and you must be at least 17 years of age.

    What is the academic calendar for universities in the United States?

    The academic year usually runs from August through May with breaks for holidays. Most universities use either the semester system (two terms), the quarter system (students attend three out of four total terms), or the trimester system (three terms).

    What is the difference between "Undergraduate" and "Graduate" degrees?

    Undergraduate programs follow high school and lead to an associate (two-year) degree or a bachelor (four-year) degree. Graduate programs follow a bachelor’s degree and lead to a master’s or doctoral degree.

    What is the length of study for MBA programs in the U.S.?

    MBA programs typically last one to two years.

    Can you work while studying in the United States?

    With permission of the International Student Office, international students may work on campus up to 20 hours/week their first year and can apply to work off-campus in subsequent years.

    Can I transfer to a U.S. university from a university outside of the United States?

    Yes, although you may lose some credits and require extra time to complete your degree.

    What is a GPA?

    Grade Point Average (GPA) is a numeric indicator for a student’s academic performance, calculated on a scale of 4.0.