FAQ Questions

We treat each client differently depending on their aptitude, needs and level of contact desired. We offer tailored one off fee packages to select clients and group services depending on your budget and availability.
At minimum we advise all clients to interact with Interspark's team of experts at least 8 months prior to applying to any European university.
The visa application process varies from country to country in the European Union (EU). Not withstanding this, It is typically advisable to start the application and visa process at least 6 months prior to your course commencement date. Typically in the United Kingdom and Ireland, if your application is successful you will receive an Initial Offer letter from your university of choice. When your fees have been paid in full you will be supplied with a Final Offer letter from your chosen university. When you have received this letter you will be able to apply for your student visa. Our visa advisors will be on hand to guide you though the process helping you to avoid refusals, potential fraudsters and delays throughout the application process.
The answer to this questions depends on you. Some clients require dedicated asistance prior, during and after they have completed their tutition. Others require guidance and direction to make the right course search and selection. At Interspark, we view learning as a lifelong journey and we see ourselves as mentors in aiding and assisting you along the way.
A multitude of courses exisit throughout Europe ranging from Humanities to Information Technology, Medicine, Science and Engineering. In the Unitied Kingdom and Ireland typically students can avail of taught Higher Diploma degrees in addition to Master and PhD degree programmes. Master Degrees Two types of Master’s degrees are commonplace: Taught Master’s and Research-based Master’s. Taught Master’s programmes usually take 1 or 2 years to complete and consist mainly of classes, seminars and coursework, as well as minor research project and dissertation. Taught Masters are designed to enable graduate students gain specialised skills and knowledge in a particular area of study. Research-based Master’s courses usually take two years to complete and involve working on a specified research project under faculty supervision and the completion of a thesis. Doctoral (PhD) Programmes Doctoral (PhD) programmes usually take three to four years to complete. Students undertake independent research under faculty supervision before presenting a thesis for assessment. Structured PhD programmes also include a significant amount of professional and general skills training in addition to research.