Company Profile

In this era of globalization and in the face of a fast changing corporate world, the need for international education has become a necessity rather than a luxury. The world has become a global village, placing high demands of cross cultural adaptability on the young people today and added to this is the need for personal and professional growth which has become an ongoing life long learning process.

So it has become a challenge to choose the perfect qualification at a perfect institute in order to meet the individual goal of perfection in a chosen career and it becomes hard to make that choice alone without any expert guidance, when there is so much to choose from. This is where the teams at EXCEL come for assistance with their expertise and in depth knowledge about international education. We provide information, guidance and expert assistance in completion of application process, which makes transaction so much easier from one country to another.

The mission statement of EXCEL is to provide the most transparent, honest and efficient services network for prospective students and each team member strives towards that goal. Students are the most important entity at all the EXCEL offices and there is a tireless effort to help you achieve what you have dreamt of in terms of your educational aspirations.

Excel has staffs of experienced & professional employees, which provides students a friendly environment.

Our consultation involves placements for undergraduate and post graduate courses, secondary schools, English and other foreign language courses, TAFE courses and special short term study courses all over the world.

We are more interactive and communicative with our students through various activities organized with an aim to provide a platform to the students to have a direct interaction with various overseas institutes.

We understand & appreciate that education is an investment in the student’s future & therefore focuses special attention on the student’s needs by objective professional advice