Planning to study in the Kuwait? Well, that can actually be among the wisest decisions you can every make. Kuwait gives an opportunity for young and ambitious students to secure vacancies in the best universities in the world. Additionally, the knowledge you get can help you come up with projects that can make a major impact in your home country. But to achieve this, there is one important step you need to make. That is acquiring a student visa. Here are some of the tips to help you out.
Every applicant is usually given a specific time period to answer the questions. Considering that there will also be other applicants waiting, you need to keep your answers as short and precise as possible. Avoid wasting time on questions that you are not asked or answering irrelevant questions. As much as you may not know the answer to every question, you can always say something related rather than giving an ‘I don’t know’ answer. Basically, the secret lies on how confident you are in answering these questions.
You also should be in a position to hand over your supporting documents and clearly explain what each of of them mean. If the supporting documents are lengthy enough to make you spend a whole day with the consular officer, then you will be doing yourself more damage than good. Remember that you will only have 2 or at most 3 minutes to answer the questions and explain to the consular officer the exact reasons why you are eligible for the visa.
Know Your Program
Everyone has a reason for pursuing studies in Kuwait. Well this seems like general knowledge, but there are usually cases where students cannot tell how the courses they are going to pursue will be of benefit to their career plan. If you do not know the reasons why you should pursue the course, how can you be able to explain to the consular officer that you really need that visa? It is usually important that you know the reasons for studies in Kuwait and how your studies will be of help to both your career and the residents of your home country.
The main reason for going to Kuwait should be for educational purposes. Well, you may get occasional jobs when on vacations or off -study hours, but this does not mean that you qualify for permanent employment Kuwait. You therefore need to convince the consular officer that you have plans of returning to your home country immediately your Kuwait visa validity expires.
If you have left any dependents behind, you need to explain to the consular officer how they can support themselves in your absence. However, this can be the hardest part to explain and especially if you are the only dependent for the family. But you also need to be extra careful when answering the question. If for instance you explain that you intend to support them by working abroad, there are higher chances that your visa will be denied.