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IMTP Overseas Education Consultancy helps foreign education aspirants fulfil dreams

At a time when the world is reeling from the effects of the global pandemic and normal life is slowly being restored back and students are once again dreaming to fly high, IMTP Overseas Consultants and coaching centre is giving a shape to their long-awaited dreams which had been unfulfilled for the last two years. 

IMTP Overseas Consultants and coaching centre located in Indiranagar, Bengaluru was inaugurated a month ago by managing director Mr. Sashidhar Nambair in presence of other dignitaries. 

Since its inception in 1997, the centre has been successfully placing students for education- undergraduate, postgraduate, information technology, engineering, medicine amongst others, in more than 400 universities and colleges across 20+ countries. The counselling sessions and motivational classes help students with a commitment to maintain high standards of ethics and integrity. 


The institution has helped students realize their dreams to study in a foreign land and receive the best education for themselves for the last 23 years. “Students have benefited from our expertise. We have a wide experience in providing the best study abroad programmes for students based on their strengths and weaknesses. Our tie-ups with the top-rated universities across the globe put us in a better spot and give the students the best of the guidance needed,” said Ms. Sunita Stanley, who is presently spearheading the Bengaluru site. The centre also plans to widen themselves in other cities like Mysore, Mangalore, Hubli, etc.

Coaching classes on IELTS, TOEFL, PTE, GRE, GMAT, and SAT are offered across its branches in Kochi, Allahabad, Trichy, Tirunelveli, Kanpur, Chennai (also admin office), Coimbatore (also corporate office).

Although the global pandemic had deferred students from international travelling, it has picked up well now. “Since the vaccines are available for children above 18 years of age, students can now travel safely. The international universities too, in the past two years have taken this pandemic as an opportunity to equip themselves with new curriculum, courses and technical tools to attract the students and eventually this has also added value to their institutions,” added she.

While explaining the main motivation that helped them take their idea forward, Stanley said, “We believe in serving young people. It is more like a socially fulfilling mission for us. We try to help them pursue better education and their dreams abroad. Unlike other players, we provide an end-to-end solution to students’ dreams of studying abroad.”

The centre also caters end-to-end deployment procedures starting from to admission to documentation, VISA assistance, education loan assistance from a reputed bank, air ticketing, safe accommodation abroad, healthy and hygienic food to name a few.

Apart from these necessities, it also provides orientation before departure. “We share a list of do’s and don’ts with our students so that they do not fall into trouble. We guide them with important places to visit, climatic conditions, things to backpack, and every other miniscule details which might be required for them during their stay in the foreign country, added Stanley.

Ms. Sunita Stanley, who with a mind-set of serving the community for better education abroad gave a kick-start to this centre without giving it a second thought. She strongly believes in the “Right to Education Abroad”. 

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