Normally you should hear back in four to six weeks from the time we receive all your documents for your application. If this takes longer then we will let you know the reason for the delay by liaising on your behalf with the University about your application status. We will keep you updated with your application status all the time as it progresses.
Different entrance exams are required depending on the country chosen. As a general rule, American universities require TOEFL from all applicants – undergraduate and graduate. GRE/GMAT is required for admission into the Masters Degree Programs and SAT-1 (and in some cases SAT-II) is required for admission into the undergraduate programs. IELTS is mandatory for UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
Yes, you can. There are few universities which accept students with 15 years of education. Some top universities like The Wharton Business School, Duke University and Columbia University etc. accept students with 15 years of education.
Cost of studying abroad varies significantly by country and course. In countries like Germany education is free yet extremely good. Some universities also offer scholarships to merit students. Most students work part time to support themselves while studying overseas and are able to cover their living expenses and sometimes even a significant part of tuition fees.