Putalisadak, Opp. Shankar Dev Campus (Near Capital Hospital) , Kathmandu, Kathmandu

Putalisadak, Opp. Shankar Dev Campus (Near Capital Hospital) , Kathmandu

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About Us

Gantabya is a study abroad consultancy that represents institutions around the world and places students in these institutions. We are a part of a global network that focuses on the betterment of students and helps them to achieve their academic objectives. We work with various partners around the globe in facilitating access to information for students. We have become a one-stop solution provider, as we provide students with a wide spectrum of opportunities across the globe and assist them in making the right choice in terms of cost, program specialization, living arrangements, etc. We find the appropriate institution for all students, based on their academic, financial and location preferences.

Right from our inception, we’ve had an obsession with Quality & Commitment, and as we proceed further, our commitment to you gets even stronger, enabling us to continue giving our best, today and into the future.

The Indian education system is as diverse as the country’s culture. Apart from its proximity to Nepal & affordable tuition fees, the fact that the two countries share similar culture makes parents feel India as a secure destination for their children’s higher education. English is used as a medium of conduct in almost every educational institution. A warm and welcoming population will make a home away from home.

Bangladesh, officially the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, is a country in South Asia with Dhaka as its capital. English is widely used in medical and other higher education. The climate is tropical with a mild winter from October to March, and summer from March to June. Bangladesh is the Next Eleven Emerging Economy. It has achieved significant strides in human and social development. The country is a founding member of SAARC, the Developing 8 Countries, and Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC). It contributes one of the largest peacekeeping to the United Nations.

The Philippines, officially the Republic of the Philippines is an archipelagic nation located in Southeast Asia, with Manila as its capital city. Philippines cover a total land area of approximately 300,000 sq. km. and a population of around 98 million. the Philippines influenced by western culture having been ruled by the Spain for 333 years and nearly 50 years by the united states of America. it is located in between the south China sea and the pacific ocean 1.5 hours by air from hongkong and 3 hours from Bangkok or Singapore. The two official languages of the Philippines are English and Filipino.

Australia is currently the third most popular destination for international students in the English-speaking world, behind the United States and the UK. Many international students choose to study there because of the cultural diversity, friendly natives, and high quality of education.Australia actually has some of the best colleges in the world. If you look at the list of the top 100 countries in the world, you will find that seven of them are actually found in Australia, which is quite a feat when the country only has 23 million residents. You also have a lot of choice when you go to Australia. There are over 1100 institutions found across the entire country.It’s also very easy to find a job so that you can make ends meet while you’re studying. In the urban areas, you may be able to find internships and apprenticeships that are related to the field that you are studying. Depending on what region of Australia you are living in, you may also be able to find employment in the tourism industry, which can help you interact with people from all over the world that come to visit Australia.

The cutting edge innovation for which Japan is known didn’t happen spontaneously. A formidable higher educational system with a commitment to research and development stands behind it. Japan boasts Asia’s highest number of Nobel prize winners thanks to to its extraordinary academic tradition. Earlier this year, Japan fended off challenges from rising higher education powers to hold onto 20 of the top 100 spots with ultimate #1 bragging rights going to the University of Tokyo in Times Higher Education’s Asian University Rankings. With measures based on everything from teaching and research to knowledge transfer and international outlook, Japan’s dominance as a higher education power is well-known.
With approximately 780 universities from which to choose, as well as specialized vocational institutions, the academic options for international students are nearly boundless. Japan is increasingly prioritizing education as a means of fostering economic growth, and internationalization leads the charge among higher education reforms. Universities are pulling out all the stops for international students, beginning with a simplified application process, continuing throughout the study experience and culminating with help on the job