EduVelocity Global: Guiding students for the best-fit universities overseas despite covid challenges

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While the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the country’s key business sectors, real providers who aid international student applications appear to be thriving. Despite (or perhaps because of) the Covid-related hurdles over the last year and a half, Indian students continue to express their willingness to follow their “study abroad” goals at both the undergraduate and master’s degrees. Surprisingly, even in these times of unparalleled obstacles, many of them have continued to add exciting academic and co-curricular successes to their resumes in order to ensure that they are competitive as applicants to their best-ranked programmes and institutions in their fields of choice.

eduVelocity is an international education consultancy with a 100% success rate. It has offices in Delhi and Chandigarh and works with students from all across India and the world, including California, Toronto, Penang, Singapore, Italy, Dubai, and other locations. With more than 50 years of combined experience, the organisation aims to assist young, bright, and talented undergraduate and graduate students in finding — and receiving admissions and scholarship offers from — their best-fit programmes at renowned universities in more than 16 countries so that they can fully realise their potential to make a difference in their chosen fields and communities.

Engineers and computer aficionados, for example, are joined by economists, industrial and graphic designers, psychologists, fashion designers and marketers, creative authors, attorneys, and musicians. The EV Class of 2021 is made up of undergraduate and postgraduate students with a wide range of interests, backgrounds, personalities, and personal goals for pursuing worldwide careers. eduVelocity has been successful in obtaining good offers and scholarships for various programmes from top-ranked colleges for nearly 7 years, under the guidance of Vinu Warrier, who has more than 25 years of expertise in the field of foreign education. For his exceptional work with and mentorship of students and his team, Warrier was recently named the Best Education Counselor in 2020 at the International Education Awards (virtual), produced by KitesKraft Productions (@iesa 2020).

“I can’t think of a more worthwhile way for us to spend our time than assisting bright, talented young kids in finding excellent homes throughout the world where they can fully realise their potential to make a difference. I am very proud of our Class of 2021, who have worked so hard despite the pandemic’s exceptional hurdles to achieve such incredible outcomes “eduVelocity Global’s Founder & Managing Partner, Vinu Warrier, stated.

Even as the pandemic continues to spread, EV will graduate 102 students this year, including 79 undergraduates and 23 postgraduates who are preparing to enrol in top-tier colleges throughout the world. Students from India, the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and Germany have received 584 admissions offers and scholarships totaling USD 5638133 (INR 392249260) from universities in India, the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and Germany.

The different counselling services at EV develop students’ personalities in addition to assisting with the overall admissions process. Despite the pandemic, the EV’s Class of 2021 successfully completed profile building through virtual MUNs, online events such as the eduVelocity Global Business Challenge (a social entrepreneurship competition), job shadowing and internship experiences, various research projects and paper publications, Massive Open Online Courses, webinars, international third party collaborations, and knowledge sharing.

For the several rounds of the recently held eduVelocity Global Business Challenge 2021, virtual interactions were used. High school students were encouraged to show off their entrepreneurial skills and expand their business knowledge and expertise. The event featured 16 teams of students fighting for first place with creative and sustainable business ideas that also had a good social and environmental impact.

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