FAQ

Who can apply to university abroad?


All the students who are finishing their final year of studies or who already achieved high school diploma.




How much it costs to study abroad?


It depends on a country you would like to apply. In some places like Denmark and Finland there is no tuition fee. In the Netherlands and England there will be a tuition fee. If you are a citizen of European Union you have an option to take a student loan with great conditions or use 50% off from tuition fee first year in Holland.

If you would like more information about grants, loans or how to get money for collage we encourage you to contact us and together we can make a plan for you. Easiest way is to contact us in Facebook, email or here on the website using our chatbox.




What is “sandwich course”?


Sandwich course is usually a 4 year program which includes at least 1 year of work placement or internship. It allows students to be more prepared and ready when they graduate. It also helps to gain new connections while in university.




Where should I find accommodation and how much it costs?


It depends on a country you would like to study. You have to keep in mind that the prices are usually higher than in Estonia because living standards and monthly salaries are also higher. All the accommodation information is usually up on universities website. If there is no information there might be a case where some universities do not have their own student housing.

If you have any questions regarding accommodation or living cost feel free to contact us.




How to find a job to support myself?


Finding a job is actually not that different than it is here in Estonia. If you are looking for a job or someone who could help you always go to your universities career centre. Trust us they know a lot more than you do and they are always willing to help. If you are looking some other options then check this out.

  1. Always hunt for jobs or job placements in your school websites. Companies will post information there through career centres.
  2. Ask from friends. If they do not know their mom or uncle might know. Always post on social media that you are looking for a job because if your friends see some opportunities they know that you are on a job hunt.
  3. Go to internship. Internships are all paid and you will gain experience. Who knows maybe after your time as an intern is up they would actually like to hire you.
  4. Go through local newspapers, magazines, Linked In, and job portals.




How to apply?


The process to apply varies on a university and country you are planning to go. For detailed introductions always visit school website because they will have step by step guides up on a website.

If you have any questions or you are stuck on your application feel free to write us and we will help you. Even if you noticed that you have missed the deadline you can still contact us and we will figure out how we can help you.

You can contact us via email, Facebook and here on the website using chatbox.




Why should I use Bellnor help?


We strongly believe that application process should be easy and not time consuming at all so you can focus on more important things in life than filling out paperwork especially when you do it first time. We would like to help you with your application and also by answering your questions.

We have partners all over the world which means we also have connections. Since we started out business more than 20 years ago we also have experience. Using our help you are guaranteed that you will get in to a good university.





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