What is EAP?
Who is this applicable for?
High Achieving Students
Students who look to study abroad
Students who wants to explore study abroad options
What’s our Real Client Stories
About Our Work & Passion
Frequently Asked Questions
The best time to start the process is when your child is in the last year of secondary school or even earlier. This will give them enough time to research universities, apply to the ones they prefer, and ensure they have all the necessary documents and test scores ready to go.
However, it’s important to talk to your child and research schools’ opening and closing dates for applications, when tests should be taken, and any other important deadlines that may apply. If you don’t start the process early enough, it’s possible that your child won’t have enough time to apply to their preferred universities and colleges.
The best way to help your child is to provide them with knowledge and support. Knowing what type of study field your child wants to pursue can be a great help. Research the various universities’ requirements and differences in admission processes. This will help them focus the process and help you determine the best fit.
When shortlisting colleges and universities, it’s important to be thorough. Start by finding out what criteria and requirements each college and university have for admissions. Compare the criteria to ensure that your child is eligible to apply.
It’s also a good idea to set up a spreadsheet that tracks each college’s requirements, fees, scholarships and other relevant information. This will make it easier to compare and contrast the various universities.
To apply to colleges abroad, students usually need to meet a certain minimum in their academic results. Different countries may have different requirements, so it’s important to find out what the minimum for each college is.
In general, most universities will require your child to have good grades in English, Math, Science, and a second language. Some universities may also require them to have taken certain standardized tests, such as the SAT or ACT.
Scholarships for international students are becoming increasingly popular as more countries are trying to attract top talent from around the world.
Look for opportunities available and any applications open to your child. You can apply directly via the university’s site or through an education consultant, who can help identify all scholarship opportunities available to you.
Early Advising Program Possibilities
SILVERAssignment-based program + summer planning + counseling
Assignment-based program + holiday (summer, winter) planning/counseling
1 hour counseling session per month
GOLDAssignment-based program only
One customized roadmap to plan out your pathway to your “Dream” universities based on your priorities
Two video check-in sessions on Zoom per year (every March and September) with an AddedSport consultant to review your progress
Regular (once a month) themed emails from our consultants filled with resources and activities for you to complete in order to help you build your profile
1x every month (12 total) - College Prep program (Grade 8, 9, 10)
PLATINUMAssignment-based program + holiday (summer, winter) planning/counseling
Assignment-based program + summer planning
Summer planning services (1 holiday only) - ie if client engages for 1.5 years, they will get 3 holiday planning
1 call to find out about your summer interests and options that we have available
Design a plan
1 call to finalize the summer plan
Edits to summer plan + finalization