Halp Teams With Indian Institutions To Guide On Study Abroad Plans
The company's partnerships enable students to apply to over 15,000 programmes across Canada, US, UK and Australia
Halp, global tech-enabled international college admissions coaching platforms backed by tennis player Serena Williams, has partnered with more than 70 Indian institutions in a bid to further its reach to Indian students seeking admission abroad. Thakur Shyamnarayan Degree College, Tolani College of Commerce and Mumbai College of Hotel Management, are a few of the institutions Halp has joined hands with. The company has an online and free admission assistance model.
Halp’s international coaches live and have studied in the destination countries where students are applying. Along with admissions counselling, the coaches assist the students with end-to-end support in setting up a new life in the new country; including flights, phone plans, bank accounts, accommodation, VISA, scholarships and loans.
Halp’s partnerships enable students to apply to over 15,000 programmes across Canada, US, UK and Australia. Their partnerships allow them to offer their services for free as the financial burden is put on the destination institutions, financial services partners and other corporate partners.
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