Al Qahera Al Youm interview with EDRES CEO regarding Studying Abroad & its benefits and why should we create awareness of that.
Studying abroad automatically put you up to the work field, you get educated on that basis. Sadly here in Egypt you will always have to take short courses or attend workshops during or after graduation trying to be up to the level of working in a reputable company. governments abroad invest in the universities paying millions to develop the facilities so students can receive the best level of education. Universities invest in students by having strong business links and partnerships with huge international companies
which allow students to experience some real life work situations and of course this automatically helps students to find a job anywhere worldwide. Its not expensive to study abroad because lots of the universities we deal with cost similar to many of the private universities here in Egypt.
In the UK, USA, Canada, and Holland, you are legally allowed to work up to 20 hours per week while you study. Which could possibly cover your living expenses and maybe a small part of your rent.
Yes, all the universities we represent are fully accredited in their own country, in Egypt, and all over the world.
No, unfortunately we can’t as we believe that our biggest strength lies in our strong partnership with our universities that allows us to always be reliable and always give you the
Edres is an official representative for universities across 7 countries, none of the public or world recognized German universities have any representatives. Edres only deals with the universities where the medium language of education is 100% in English, as all German universities either teach in Dutch or require a whole year of studding Dutch before
starting your course.
You are one step away from attending the Study Abroad Universities fair where you can meet 25+ Universities from
(UK, USA, Holland, North Cyprus, Turkey, Malaysia & Spain)