Bi-weekly Progress Meetings

Studey’s Individual Calls add-on enriches your support experience through bi-weekly, personalized sessions with your dedicated advisor. Open to parental participation, these calls provide an inclusive, tailored guidance platform for progress discussions and doubt clarification, encouraging informed decisions throughout your educational journey.

Add on available for

Bi-Weekly Calls

Experience personalized support through bi-weekly calls with your dedicated advisor, opening up a dedicated space for progress discussions and queries.

Personalized Guidance

These one-on-one sessions offer tailored guidance based on your needs, ensuring that you’re making informed decisions throughout your journey.

Parents Support

Parents are welcome to join these calls, offering an inclusive approach to discussing progress and clarifying doubts. 

Description and Benefits

The Individual Calls add-on at Studey offers an elevated support experience with bi-weekly calls with your dedicated advisor. These sessions provide a personalized space for detailed discussions on your progress, doubts clarification, and ongoing guidance.

Maintaining inclusivity, these calls also allow for parental participation. Tailored to your needs, the one-on-one sessions ensure that you’re on the right track and making informed decisions throughout your journey.

Our UCAS center status also allows us to access a wide range of resources and tools that further enhance our ability to assist students effectively. Whether it’s providing detailed information about specific universities and courses, clarifying application deadlines, or supporting students with unique circumstances, we have the expertise to address a diverse range of needs.

At Studey, we are committed to supporting international students through every step of the UCAS application process, ensuring that their journey towards studying in the United Kingdom is seamless and successful. We understand that filling out the UCAS application can be a daunting and complex task, especially for international students who may face additional challenges due to varying educational systems, language barriers, and unfamiliarity with the UK application process.