Visa Interview rounds are some of the most significant and turning points for your study abroad dream. While most of the questions are regular but their answers can be tricky. It leaves a long-lasting impression on your visa process.
It’s better to be prepared for those most frequently asked questions to assure a better interview experience.
Let’s check all these questions that are most likely to be asked in your visa interview.
Question No.1: Why did you choose this particular university? How did you find out about it?
It’s an obvious question. Candidates need to justify their answer by stating few facts.Such as the reputation of a certain university and the quality of their offered course. This will be the reason why you chose this particular university for your higher education.
This justification will make the interviewer understand your point.
Question No.2: Why did you select X country for higher education?
Isn’t this similar course offered in any other university in your country?
The main point is to understand your purpose in choosing a foreign country and that certain course for your higher education. You can address the advantages of the country, the course you are applying for and your future goals.
Question No.3: Why did you select this course? Is it relevant to your previous studies?
It’s a general question. If you choose a course that is relevant to your previously taken up subjects such as art and design, any specific language or electives you can share a brief detail about them with the interviewer. If not then don’t cook up any kind of false story. It can create more trouble for you.
In this type of case just mention your interest in that particular subject or topic is high and you are enthusiastic about taking up the course.
Question No.4: Who is your sponsor person? How much do they earn annually? What’s the source of their income?
It’s one of those straightforward questions that need to be answered precisely. State one-liner facts.
For Example, My father is sponsoring me for my education. He’s a real estate agent. Annually he earns about XXX amount.
Question No.5: Can you tell me the location of your college or university?
It’s a simple yet tricky question. The main focus is to understand your curiosity and attention to minor details.
Its location is easily available on Google map and other local cab drivers or fellow students can guide you to the address. The interviewer wants to see you being genuinely interested or not.
Question No.6: After completing your graduation degree. Are you willing to apply for the masters from the same country?
Answer it with few words, make it clear. Don’t throw words like maybe, afterwards or will think after the graduation ceremony. Make it apparent, it’s not obligated to stick to your 100percent but try to come up with a positive response.
Question No.7: What’s the scope of your course?
This question focuses on your future goals and objectives. Are you enthusiastic enough about your future and profession? Willing to take up strong and firm decision in life and work towards your goals? As you are at the initial stages of your higher education. The questions are here to define your perspective towards your future.
Question No.8: Do you prefer to work in X country after the completion of your studies?
It’s a very important question. Many counties such as Canada, Australia and Singapore and others provide work permit, International students who completed their studies from the country. It’s a great opportunity to gain work experience and settle down in the country. It also helps you in PR and Citizenship claim.
Question No.9: What do you intend to do after the completion of your studies?
Different people have different perspective and ambition towards life. Some of them want to continue with living, earning and enjoying their life. While others tend to volunteer in social work through their studies. It’s better to be clear with your goals.
Question No.10: What are your future goals?
The best way to answer this question is to make your answer parallel to your career choice. It will make it more significant. Try to include your personal goals as well, such as travelling, learning new skills and adding miscellaneous experience to your life.
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